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Campaign Financing
The Political Reform Act, adopted by California voters in 1974, established the Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) to oversee campaign finance transparency. This law requires candidates and committees involved in Moreno Valley elections to disclose their campaign contributions and expenditures. To comply with this Act, those participating in local campaigns must file regular campaign disclosure statements. These reports ensure transparency in the funding of campaigns for Moreno Valley candidates and ballot measures.

To see the forms for a City Councilmember, select a tab below. You can also check the City's Campaign Electronic Filing System: Netfile: Public Access Portal.

Ulises Cabrera, Mayor

Ulises Cabrera, Mayor

Ulises Cabrera, Councilmember

Cheylynda Barnard, Council Member

Public Official Appointments

Form 806 Agency Report Of Public Officials Appointments Report

This form lists additional compensation that officials receive when appointing themselves to positions on committees, boards or commissions of a public agency, special district, joint powers agency or authority. Each agency must post on its website a single Form 806 which lists all the paid appointed positions. When there is a change in compensation or a new appointment, the Form 806 is updated to reflect the change.

See the Form 806 listing the current paid appointments:

Statements of Economic Interest

Form 700

The Political Reform Act requires Moreno Valley officials and employees to disclose their financial interests and recuse themselves from decisions that could affect their personal finances. These disclosures, known as Statements of Economic Interests (Form 700), are public records available for inspection and copying at City Hall within two business days of receipt.

The Public can access filed Statements of Economic Interests through our online Public Portal. Some officials' forms are also forwarded to the Fair Political Practices Commission, as required by state law. This transparency measure helps ensure that city decisions are made in the public interest, free from conflicts of interest.

For a list of Moreno Valley designated filers whose forms are sent to the FPPC, please contact the City Clerk's office: 951.413.3001.

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