Welcome to the St. Clair County Economic Interest Statement Site

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Statement of Economic Interests

Persons required to file a Statement of Economic Interests include all elected and appointed officials and local government employees who have authority to authorize the expenditure of public funds, execute contracts and issue licenses and permits. For additional information on who has to file, please see Excerpt from Article 4A-101 of the Illinois Governmental Ethics Act.

The Illinois Attorney General has ruled that lists of required filers must be certified by the local unit of government to the County Clerk for the county where the local unit of government's principal office is located. This list must be certified to the
County Clerk on or before Feb. 1st annually.

Required filers may submit Statement of Economic Interests forms online using the County Clerk ’s secured web site.  After the first year of filing online, when the filer has supplied an email address, all future notices of filing requirements will be sent via email and are deemed notice sent by first class mail. (5 ILCS 420/4A-108)  A filer who has supplied an email address is responsible to notify the County Clerk of a new email address or if he or she no longer wishes to receive notices by email.

All candidates seeking public office must file a current Statement of Economic Interests in the same year as they file candidate's petitions. Candidates may not use the Internet filing pursuant to 5ILCS 420/4A-108(b) (3). The Statement of Economic Interests must be in written or printed form filed with the County Clerk and a printed receipt must be attached to such filings. Candidates seeking a duplicate receipt for a previous filed Statement of Economic Interests filing for the same calendar year and same unit of government may print the online receipt as a duplicate.