Filing a Treasurer Appointment

Are you running for a position on the upcoming ballot? Are you the treasurer of a political committee that is involved in the 2018 elections?

Texas state law requires all candidates, all officeholders, and all political committees to file a campaign treasurer appointment with the appropriate filing authority. You are required to have a campaign treasurer appointment on file with your filing authority EVEN IF YOU DO NOT PLAN TO RAISE OR SPEND ANY MONEY.

Follow these steps to file your treasurer appointment form with your filing authority:

STEP 1: Select the appropriate Treasurer Appointment (TA) form from this table.

Filer Type and Description Use This Form to File Your TA Use This Form to Correct/Amend Your TA Use This Form to Transfer Your TA to Another Filing Authority
COH:
Non-Judicial Candidates and Officeholders
Form CTA
Printable version
Fillable version
Instructions: PDF  HTML
Form ACTA
Printable version
Fillable version
Instructions: PDF  HTML
Form CTA-T
Printable version
Fillable version
JCOH:
Judicial Candidates and Officeholders
Form JCTA
Printable version
Fillable version
Instructions: PDF  HTML
Form AJCTA
Printable version
Fillable version
Instructions: PDF  HTML
Form CTA-T
Printable version
Fillable version
SCCOH:
State and County Chair Candidates and Officeholders
Form CTA
Printable version
Fillable version
Instructions: PDF  HTML
Form ACTA
Printable version
Fillable version
Instructions: PDF  HTML
Form CTA-T
Printable version
Fillable version
SPAC, JSPAC, SCSPAC:
Specific-Purpose Political Committees
Form STA
Printable version
Fillable version
Instructions: PDF  HTML
Form ASTA
Printable version
Fillable version
Instructions: PDF  HTML
Not applicable
GPAC, MPAC:
General-Purpose Political Committees
Form GTA
Printable version
Fillable version
Instructions: PDF  HTML
Form AGTA
Printable version
Fillable version
Instructions: PDF  HTML
Not applicable
CEC:
County Executive Committees
Form CECTA
Printable version
Fillable version
Instructions: PDF  HTML
Form ACECTA
Printable version
Fillable version
Instructions: PDF  HTML
Not applicable

STEP 2: Fill out the TA form.
    Read the TA form carefully and fill out all fields and all pages. Consider using business street addresses instead of residence addresses so that you do not advertise home addresses.
STEP 3: Determine your filing authority. STEP 4: Deliver your completed TA form to your filing authority.
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Last Revision: December 13, 2017
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