Campaign Finance Semi-Annual Reports
The Campaign Finance Law, Title 15 of the Election Code, regulates the acceptance of, expenditure of, and reports regarding money in political campaigns by candidates, officeholders, and political committees.
Officeholders and candidates are required to file reports of contributions and expenditures, as applicable, in accordance with the Texas Ethics Commission filing schedule.
Individual reports can be accessed by selecting the dates below:
|Cheryl Moore|| 04/23/21 COH|
|Jehangir Raja||04/30/21 COH/COR|
CTA (Campaign Treasurer Appointment) Only
The following reports are considered ACTIVE and will remain on this website page, or moved to appropriate election pages when available. Copies will also stay on file in the Town Secretary's Office, until they are FINALED by the applicant.
SPAC (Specific Purpose Committee)
The following reports are considered ACTIVE and will remain on this website page, and on file in the Town Secretary's Office, until they are FINALED by the group administrator.
|NFL for Flower Mound|
Flower Mound Yes!
Uniquely Flower Mound
Finalized Campaign Finance ReportsThe following reports are considered FINAL and will remain on this website page, and on file in the Town Secretary's Office, until the allotted two-year retention period has passed.
Filings for past candidates, or elected officials, are archived for two years and available for viewing on the Town's website.
[Folder: Town Secretary's Office, Subfolder: Elections and Voting]
Note: The Town Secretary's Office serves as the local filing authority in which these documents are filed in conjunction with Flower Mound elections, however, the Town Secretary's Office is not responsible for making sure that candidates, officeholders, or political committees file the required documents. All other inquiries should be directed to the Texas Ethics Commission.