Washington State Public Disclosure Commission

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The Washington State Public Disclosure Commission is a non-partisan agency of the Washington State government, chaired by Amit Ranade. Its purpose is to collect reports from political candidates and ballot measure sponsors regarding campaign contributions and expenditures, and provide these reports to the public. The Washington State Public Disclosure Commission (PDC) was created in 1972 by Initiative 276. The ballot measure was approved by 72% of the vote and became effective as law on January 1, 1973. The laws governing the PDC are found in the Revised Code of Washington, Title 42, Chapter 17.

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