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Campaign Reporting

Information about Campaign Reporting.

Who Files Campaign Finance Reports?

  • Measure Finance Committees (MFC's), which either receives contributions or expends funds in an amount that equals or exceeds $250 in aid of or opposition to the qualification for the ballot or for voter approval or disapproval of one or more measures.
  • All candidates running for Mayor or City Council
  • City Charter - Articles 12 and Article 13 detail the requirements of Campaign Finance Reporting.


  • Prior to filing their initial reports, all campaigns and committees must receive training on the campaign finance reporting system. Ideally, the candidate and the campaign treasurer with both receive training in the system. The City Clerk's Office has created an electronic document to assist with training in the system, and will work with campaigns and committees one-on-one via zoom to facilitate these trainings. Please email [email protected] to schedule a training.
  • Candidates seeking public financing or their representative must receive the training prior to filing their Declaration of Intent to Seek Public Financing. Privately financed candidates or their representative must receive training once they have raised or spent $1000 on their campaign. Candidates and committees are able to schedule these trainings at anytime prior to these deadlines.

Standard Reports

View campaign finance reports for City of Albuquerque elections.

Campaign Finance Reports

Filings: Federal Election Commission

Filings from Albuquerque elected officials with the Federal Election Commission.

2018 FEC Filings

Pat Davis FEC Report - Quarter 1, 2018

2017 FEC Filings

2011 FEC Filings

Dan Lewis 2011 FEC Filing

2008 FEC Filings

Martin Chavez 2008 FEC Filing

2007 FEC Filings

Filings: New Mexico State

Brad Winter New Mexico State Filing - April 9, 2018

Campaign Reporting: Accuracy

Please note the following:

  • The accuracy and timeliness of this information remains the sole responsibility of the Candidate or the Chairperson of a Measure Finance Committee.
  • The Candidate or the Chairperson of a Measure Finance Committee may enter, edit or amend current or previous period's statements and bears the responsibility of finalizing (submitting) all statements. This is not considered public information until it is finalized (submitted).
  • Once the Candidate or the Chairperson of a Measure Finance Committee finalizes their data submission, the reports will include any amendments and/or late filings from previous General Statements, Quarterly Statements, and Runoff statements.