Financial Disclosure Forms

Maryland doesn’t have an ethics system with a whole lot of teeth to it, but it does require elected officials and candidates to file financial disclosure forms. Like campaign finance reports, these forms are not particularly easy to find, although they are “public” in the sense that you can go to Annapolis and ask for copies of them. Which is a pain in the ass, costly, and time-consuming.

Bryan Sears of the Daily Record has compiled all the delegates and senators’ Form 19 disclosures from 2015, as well as executive branch employees required to file Form 1, in one handy location. So if you want to know more about any particular legislator or executive branch official, this is the go to repository of information.

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