Post Office SEI Instructions & Forms

Welcome to the State Board of Elections and Ethics Enforcment's Statement of Economic Interest (SEI) Web Page for Post-Service filers.

Former elected officials, specifically constitutional officers, legislators, justices, judges, district attorneys, and clerks of court, must file an SEI by April 15th in the year following their last year of service.

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SEI Forms: For  2019, the following SEI forms are available:

  1. 2019 Long Form. If there are changes since your 2018 SEI filing or if you are a first time filer, you must file the 2019 Long Form.
  2. 2019 No Change Form. If you filed a 2018 SEI with the State Ethics Commission and you have no changes from your 2018 SEI filing, you may file a 2019 No Change Form.

Filing Options: For 2019, filers have 2 filing options:

  1. Manual. Filers can print out a blank hard copy, complete the form by hand, sign and mail or hand deliver the original completed form to the Commission.
  2. Electronic Filing. Filers need to register and complete and submit the form to the Commission online

Electronic Filers

Type your responses and file your SEI electronically. We HIGHLY RECOMMEND ELECTRONIC FILING. It’s fast, easy, ensures immediate confirmation of your filing, and saves your information for future filings.

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Manual Filers

Print PDF document and handwrite your responses and mail or hand deliver your SEI.

You MUST complete the ENTIRE form or you will be asked to re-file!! Do not leave answers blank!


2019 SEI Long Form  or
2019 SEI No Change Form
Real Estate Disclosure Form (This is only for MPO/RPO Filers)