New Hampshire
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Executive Branch Ethics RSA 21-G:24

Disclosure Statement for the Acceptance of a Contribution by Executive Branch Officials.

RSA 21-G:24 Acceptance of Campaign Contribution. An executive branch official who is a candidate for an elective office that is not subject to the reporting requirements of RSA 664 and who accepts a political contribution from any person or entity which is or is likely to become subject to the executive branch official's duties shall make a disclosure of such contribution to the secretary of state within 5 days of receipt of such contributions. The disclosure shall be in writing and on such form as the secretary of state shall prescribe.

Persons required to file: See RSA 21-G:21, II-a

Executive Branch Ethics Committee. View the members of the committee, opinions, schedule of meetings and minutes.

Financial Interests RSA 15-A and 12-G

To view RSA 15-A filings for 2022 click here to access New Hampshire Quick Start and then click on "15-A Search"


Note: The Secretary of State's Office is working on an on-line system for filing the RSA 15-A statements.  Unfortunately, the vendor did not fulfill their obligation to facilitate filings to be made on-line for the January 2021 filings.  Therefore, we are placing the filings here on the website as we have in the past, as well as posting the pdf's on the on-line system.   You can access the on-line system at  NHQS and clicking on "15-A Search"  Please be aware that the on-line system is a work in progress.

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Candidate Filings - June 2020

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RSA 15-A. 15-A:1 Purpose. The purpose of this chapter is to ensure that the performance of official duties does not give rise to a conflict of interest, by requiring the following persons to file a statement of financial interests with the secretary of state.

Statement of Financial Interest - For your convenience, the forms can be filled out online then printed, signed and mailed to this office:  2021 STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL INTERESTS | 2022 STATEMENT OF FINANCIAL INTERESTSOrganizational Charts 

Statement of Financial Interests for Members of the Pease Development Authority - RSA 12-G:5

Executive Branch Ethics Committee Opinion 2010-002 re. RSA 15-A Financial Statements

Executive Branch Ethics Committee Opinion 2012-1 re. RSA 15-A Financial Statements and RSA 14-B Financial Disclosure Form

2020 Candidate Filings

Honorariums and Expense Reports – RSA 15-B and 14-C


EXECUTIVE BRANCH Honorarium or Expense Reimbursement Report

RSA 15-B Purpose. The purpose of this chapter is to ensure that the performance of official duties does not give rise to a conflict of interest, by prohibiting certain gifts and by requiring certain persons to file with the secretary of state a report of any honorarium or expense reimbursement received.

LEGISLATIVE BRANCH Honorarium or Expense Reimbursement Report

RSA 14-C Purpose. The purpose of this chapter is to ensure that persons charged with carrying out the duties and activities of the legislative branch of state government do so in an atmosphere that supports the independent judgment of such persons and minimizes the opportunity for inappropriate influence by persons or organizations subject to or likely to become subject to or interested in any matter or action pending in the legislative branch. To that end, this chapter defines gifts that may not be given to, solicited by, or accepted by persons subject to the provisions of the chapter and establishes requirements for the reporting of honorariums, expense reimbursements, and certain other receipts.

Guideline to State Agencies Offering Free or Discounted Items to State Legislators

Interpretive Ruling 2013 - (RSA 15-B) Payments to Legislators for Sponsored Travel and Services - What's Allowed and What Isn't

Advisory Opinion 2015-001: Whether an executive branch official who heads an agency can accept an all-expense paid 7-day trip to Israel, funded by the American-Israel Friendship League.



Lobbyists registered for:  2021 legislative session - updated through December 21, 2021  pdf | excel 

Lobbyists registered for 2022 legislative session - updated through January 14, 2022  pdf | excel   

View Lobbyists Financial Reports

Letter dated Sept. 21, 2021  from Attorney General re: Lobbyists General Reporting Requirements | In-House Employees/Lobbyists

2022 Registration Forms - individual lobbyists | multi-lobbyists  

Statement of Income and Expenses (2021)
 Addendum A (You must file this if you have received fees or made expenditures)
 Addendum B (You must file this if you have paid an honorarium or have reimbursed expenses)
Addendum C (You must file this if you, your firm or your family has made political contributions)
Signature Form for Associated Lobbyists

Lobbyist Monthly Statement of Income and Expenses
(RSA Chapter 15)

Each lobbyist shall file with the Secretary of State itemized statements under oath of all fees received from any lobbying client that are related, directly or indirectly, to lobbying, such as public advocacy, government relations, or public relations services including research, monitoring legislation, and related legal work. RSA 15:6, I(a). The statement shall also include all expenditures made from lobbying fees, including by whom paid or to whom charged, any honorarium or expense reimbursement, as defined in RSA 15-B, or political contribution, as defined in RSA 664, made by the lobbyist in his or her professional or personal capacity, on behalf of the lobbyist, the partnership, firm, or corporation, or by the lobbyist on behalf of the client or employer or by a family member of the lobbyist. Family member shall mean any person related to and living in the same domicile as the lobbyist, who share a common economic interest in the expenses of daily living, including, but not limited to a spouse, child, or parents. RSA 15:6, I(b) and (c).

The last statement due for lobbyists who were registered for the 2021 session is January 26, 2022. Statements for lobbyists registered for the 2022 legislative session shall be filed no later than the last Wednesday of April (April 27, 2022), July (July 27, 2022), October (October 26, 2022) and January (January 25, 2023) and will cover all fees received and expenditures, contributions, honorariums, or expense reimbursements made since the last required filing, from fees received at any time from a lobbying client or employer or from funds otherwise provided by the lobbyist, partnership, firm, or corporation, or from the client or employer. RSA 15:5, II.

A separate statement shall be filed by a lobbyist for each client for whom there has been reportable transactions. A separate statement may be filed for transactions which have been made by the lobbyist or lobbying partnership, firm, or corporation which are unrelated to any specific client, for example reporting a political contribution made by a lobbyist family member. If there has been no change to the aggregate year to date income reported on the last statement filed and there have been no other reportable transactions relative to a particular client or by the lobbyist/lobbyist firm unrelated to any client, an abbreviated report (summary page only) may be filed in lieu of a full statement.
Lobbyist Employment Restrictions - RSA 21-G:26

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