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New Hampshire

Rank: 46 | Points: 30 | Grade: F

Secretary of State

Requires financial disclosure filing?Yes1
Requires complete financial disclosure filing (no update)?Yes1
Requires financial disclosure filing annually?Yes1
Requires complete financial disclosure filing for candidates?Yes1
Employment information required?Yes5
Employment information not narrowly defined?No0Filers not required to report sources of income unless they earn $10,000
or more.
Employer/business name required?Yes5
Employment job title required?No0
Employer description required?Yes2
Value range/income amount required?No0
Spouse employment information required and clear?Required and Not Clear2.5Change from 2006: Spouse information now required,
but not clearly identified.
Officer/director information required?No0
Officer/director information not narrowly defined?No0
Officer/director entity name required?No0
Officer/director entity description required?No0
Spouse officer/director information required and clear?No0
Investment information required?No0
Investment information not narrowly defined?No0
Investment entity name required?No0
Investment entity description required?No0
Investment value range/holding amount required?No0
Spouse investment information required and clear?No0
Client information required?No0
Client name required?No0
Client value range/income amount required?No0
Spouse client information required and clear?No0
Real-property information required?No0
Real-property information not narrowly defined?No0
Real-property value range/amount required?No0
Spouse real-property information required and clear?No0
Spouse name required?No0
Dependent name required?No0
Financial disclosure filings in central office?No1
Lawmakers not forwarded reviewer information?Yes1
In-person appearance not required to obtain filings?Yes1
Copy fees less than 50 cents per page?Yes1
Blank disclosure form available on Web?Yes1
Disclosure filings available electronically or online in any format?Yes3Change from 2006: Filings now available on the Web.
Late-filing penalties on the books?No0
Misfiling penalties on the books?Yes1
State has auditing authority?Yes1
State routinely reviews filings for accuracy and completeness either
through formal audit process or informal review process?
State published list of delinquent filers on Web or in printed document?Yes0.5Change from 2006: Half points awarded because list is available only
upon request.

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