Rule 11-03 Periodic Disclosure Reports.
(a) Forms. The Board shall provide forms and instructions for the submission of periodic disclosure reports by entities registered under Rule 11-02. Except as otherwise provided in subdivision (b), disclosure reports shall be submitted on the forms provided by the Board and shall contain all information for the reporting period required by the Board, including: (1) the cash balance at the beginning and end of the reporting period; (2) total itemized and unitemized donations, loans, and other receipts accepted during the reporting period; (3) total itemized and unitemized expenditures made during the reporting period; (4) for each donation accepted, the contributor's and intermediary's (if any) full name, residential address, occupation, employer, and business address, to the best of the elected candidate's, treasurer's, and entity's knowledge; (5) the date of receipt and amount of each donation accepted or other receipt; (6) whether a donation was made in cash; (7) the date and amount of each donation returned to a donor; (8) each previously reported donation for which the check was returned unpaid; (9) for each loan accepted, the lender's, guarantor's or other obligor's full name, residential address, occupation, employer, and business address, to the best of the elected candidate's, treasurer's, and entity's knowledge; (10) the date and amount of each loan, guarantee, or other security for a loan accepted; (11) the date and amount of each loan payment made; (12) the amount of any portion of a loan which has been forgiven; (13) the date, amount, name and address of the payee, purpose, and check and account number of each disbursement; (14) the date, amount, name and address of the obligee, and purpose of each unpaid obligation incurred; and (15) such other information as the Board may require. All data reported in disclosure reports, amendments, and resubmissions shall be accurate as of the last day of the reporting period.
(c) Bimonthly reports. (1) The first report is due on the fifth business day of January, March, May, July, September, or November, whichever occurs first after the election, provided that the closing date of the first report shall not be less than six weeks after the entity was registered.
(2) The first report shall cover a period of not less than six weeks from the day the entity was registered through the last day of the calendar month immediately preceding the month in which the report is due. Each subsequent report shall cover the next two calendar months, and shall be due on the fifth business day after the close of the later month.
(3) The final report shall cover the period from the day after the conclusion of the preceding report through the day the entity terminates its activities (by complete payment of all liabilities and complete disposition of funds), and shall include such information about the disposition of any funds remaining after all liabilities are paid as shall be required by the Board. The final report is due on the fifth business day after the entity terminates its activities.
(4) Disclosure reports that fail to comply substantially with the disclosure requirements described in the Code or these rules will not be accepted by the Board. Amendments to or resubmissions of disclosure reports are prohibited unless expressly authorized or requested by the Board.
(5) The disclosure report shall contain a verification from the elected candidate, treasurer, or other officer designated in the registration that the disclosure report is true and complete to the best of his or her knowledge, information, and belief, and shall contain such signatures as may be required by the Board; provided, however, that, to the extent the Board permits a candidate to submit a disclosure report in a non-electronic format pursuant to Rule 11-03(b) and Chapter 9 of these rules, such disclosure report will only be accepted by the Board if it contains an original signature from either the elected candidate, the treasurer, or another officer designated in the registration to sign the periodic disclosure reports required by this Rule 11-03.