Executive Committee Information
This page contains files for forms and publications of interest to state and local Executive Committees. Please contact the Registry if you cannot locate the form that you are seeking
Executive Committee - Political Party
A "political party"… is an affiliation or organization of electors representing a political policy and having a constituted authority for its government and regulation, and whose candidate received at least twenty percent (20%) of the total vote cast at the last preceding election at which presidential electors were voted for.
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Current Executive Committee List (.pdf 221kb)
Current Executive Committee List (.txt file)
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Executive Committee Guide to Campaign Finance - KREF 016/E (.pdf 2126kb)
The Executive Committee Guide to Campaign Finance is created and published by the Registry. Its purpose is to assist county, and district, and state Executive Committees in complying with campaign finance laws and regulations.
County Executive and District Committee Election Finance Statement - KREF 006/E-C&D (.pdf 435kb)
This is the set of forms that county and district Executive Committees use for reporting financial transactions of the committee to the Registry.
Instructions for Completing Election Finance Statement - KREF 006/E-C&D (.pdf 400kb)
These instructions show county and district Executive Committees how to complete the schedules in the Election Finance Statement.
State Executive Committee - Election Finance Statement - KREF 006/E-S (.pdf 436kb)
This is the set of forms that state Executive Committees use for reporting financial transactions of the committee to the Registry.
Instructions for Completing Election Finance Statement - KREF 006/E-S (.pdf 400kb)
These instructions show the state Executive Committees how to complete the schedules in the Election Finance Statement.
Committee Update Form
The Committee Update form should be completed when there is a change in a committee’s designated officers or campaign depository (bank). Kentucky law requires that a committee designate a chairperson and treasurer (who must be separate persons), and an official contact person. NOTE: Executive agency lobbyists (as defined in KRS 11A.201) and legislative agents (as defined in KRS 6.611) are prohibited from serving as the official contact person of a permanent committee. In addition, if there is a vacancy in a committee’s treasurer, the chairperson shall be accountable as the committee’s treasurer, if the vacancy is not filled within three (3) days following the treasurer’s notice of resignation. See KRS 121.170.