D.C. Code § 1-1106.02(a)

(a) Any candidate for nomination for election, or election, to public office at the time he or she becomes a candidate, who does not occupy any such office, shall file within one month after he or she becomes a candidate for such office, and the Mayor and the Chairman and each member of the Council of the District of Columbia holding office under the District of Columbia Home Rule Act, a Representative or Senator elected pursuant to § 1-123, the President and each member of the Board of Education, and persons serving as subordinate agency heads or serving in positions designated as within the Legal Service, the Excepted Service, or the Management Supervisory Service (regardless of date of appointment) and paid at a rate of DS-13 or above, or MS-13 or above in case of the Management Supervisory Service, or designated in § 1-609.08 and each member of the District of Columbia Board of Accountancy, established by § 3-1503 [repealed]; the Board of Examiners and Registrars of Architects, established by § 3-1601 [repealed]; the Board of Directors of the Public Parking Authority of the District of Columbia, established by § 50-2503; the Board of Barber Examiners for the District of Columbia, established by § 3-1703 [repealed]; the District of Columbia Boxing and Wrestling Commission, established by § 3-604; the Board of Dental Examiners, established by § 3-2101 [repealed]; the District of Columbia Board of Cosmetology, established by § 3-2002 [repealed]; the Education Licensure Commission, established by § 38-1303; the Electrical Board, established by Commissioners’ Order No. 54-1301, dated June 17, 1954; the Board of Funeral Directors, established by § 3-403 [repealed]; District of Columbia Taxicab Commission, established by Chapter 3 of Title 50; the Commission on Licensure to Practice the Healing Art in the District of Columbia, established by § 3-2903 [repealed]; the Board of Examiners for Nursing Home Administrators, established by Commissioner’s Order No. 70-37, effective October 15, 1970; the Board of Occupational Therapy Practice, established by § 3-2305.5 [repealed]; the Board of Optometry, established by § 3-2403 [repealed]; the Board of Pharmacy, established by Chapter 20 of Title 2 [see now § 3-1202.08]; the Practical Nurses’ Examining Board, established by § 3-2302.06 [repealed]; the Physical Therapists’ Examining Board, established by § 3-2303.05 [repealed]; the Board of Psychologist Examiners, established by § 3-2304.05 [repealed]; the Plumbing Board, established by § 3-2501 [repealed]; the Board of Podiatry Examiners, established by § 3-2601 [repealed]; the District of Columbia Board of Registration for Professional Engineers, established by § 47-2886.05 [omitted]; the Real Estate Commission of the District of Columbia, established by § 42-1723 [repealed]; the Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Board, established by Commissioners’ Order No. 55-2028, effective October 18, 1955; the Nurses Examining Board, established by § 3-2301.02 [repealed]; the Board of Examiners of Steam and Other Operating Engineers, established by § 3-2702 [repealed]; the Board of Examiners in Veterinary Medicine, established by § 3-531 [repealed]; the Alcoholic Beverage Control Board, established by § 25-104; the Board of Appeals and Review, established by Part I of Commissioners’ Order No. 55-1500, effective August 11, 1955; the District of Columbia Armory Board, established by § 3-302; the Commission on the Arts and Humanities, established by § 39-203; the Condemnation Review Board, established by Commissioners’ Order No. 54-2305, dated September 27, 1954; the Contract Appeals Board, D.C., established by Part VI of Commissioner’s Order No. 68-399, dated June 6, 1968; the Criminal Justice Supervisory Board, established by § 3-903; the D.C. General Hospital Commission, established by § 44-1911 et seq. [repealed]; the District of Columbia Developmental Disabilities Planning Council, established by Mayor’s Order No. 77-51a, dated March 30, 1977; the District of Columbia Board of Elections and Ethics, established by § 1-1001.03; the Office of Employee Appeals, established by subchapter VI of Chapter 6 of this title; Board of Real Property Assessments and Appeals for the District, established by § 47-825.01; the Board of Library Trustees, established by § 39-104; the District of Columbia Small and Local Business Opportunity Commission, established by § 2-218.21; the District of Columbia Occupational Safety and Health Board, established by Reorganization Plan No. 1 of 1978, effective June 27, 1978; the Public Employee Relations Board, established by subchapter V of Chapter 6 of this title; the Committee for the Purchase of Products and Services of the Blind and Other Severely Handicapped, established by § 32-303; the District of Columbia Rental Accommodations Commission, established by Chapter 40 of Title 42 [expired and repealed]; the Statewide Health Coordinating Commission, established by Mayor’s Order No. 72-43, dated March 15, 1977; the Board of Trustees of the University of the District of Columbia, established by § 38-1202.01 et seq.; the Board of Zoning Adjustment, established by § 6-641.07; the Zoning Commission, established by § 6-621.01; the District of Columbia Commission on Postsecondary Education, established by Mayor’s Order No. 75-23a, dated February 1, 1975; the District of Columbia Redevelopment Land Agency, established by § 6-301.03 [repealed]; the District of Columbia Housing Finance Agency, established by § 42-2702.01; and any board or commission created after April 23, 1980, which makes decisions in areas of contracting, procurement, administration of grants or subsidies, planning or developing policies, inspecting, licensing, regulating, auditing or acting in areas of responsibility involving any potential conflict of interest shall file annually with the Board a report containing a full and complete statement of: (1) the name of each business entity (including sole proprietorships, partnerships, and corporations) transacting any business with the District of Columbia government (including any of its agencies, departments, boards, commissions, or educational bodies) in which such person (or his or her spouse, if property is jointly titled): (A) has a beneficial interest (including those held in such person’s own name, in trust, or in the name of a nominee) exceeding in the aggregate $ 1,000; provided, however, if such interest consists of corporate stocks which are registered and traded upon a recognized national exchange, such aggregate value must exceed $ 5,000; or (B) earns income for services rendered during a calendar year in excess of $ 1,000; or (C) serves as an officer, director, partner, employee, consultant, contractor, or in any other formal capacity or affiliation; (2) any outstanding individual liability in excess of $ 1,000 for borrowing by such person or his or her spouse if such liability is joint, from anyone other than a federal or state insured or regulated financial institution (including any revolving credit and installment accounts from any business enterprise regularly engaged in the business of providing revolving credit or installment accounts) or a member of such person’s immediate family; (3) all real property located in the District of Columbia (and its actual location) in which such person or his or her spouse if such property is jointly titled, has an interest with a fair market value in excess of $ 5,000; provided, however, that this provision shall not apply to personal residences actually occupied by such person or his or her spouse; (4) all professional or occupational licenses issued by the District of Columbia government held by such person; (5) all gifts received in an aggregate value of $ 100 in a calendar year by such person from any business entity (including sole proprietorships, partnerships, and corporations) transacting any business with the District of Columbia government (including any of its agencies, departments, boards, commissions, or educational bodies); and (6) an affidavit stating that the subject candidate or office holder has not caused title to property to be placed in another person or entity for purposes of avoiding the disclosure requirements of this subsection. In addition to the foregoing information required to be disclosed pursuant to this subsection, the Mayor, the members of the Council, and the members of the Board of Education shall also disclose annually all outside income and honoraria, as defined in § 1-1108.01, accepted during the calendar year, as well as the identity of any client for whom the public official performed a service in connection with the public official’s outside income if the client has a contract with the government of the District of Columbia or the client stands to gain a direct financial benefit from legislation that was pending before the Council during the calendar year. For the purpose of this subsection, “outside income” means any fixed payment at regular intervals for services rendered, self-employment, and royalties for any publication. For the purpose of this subsection, the words “immediate family” shall have the same meaning as in § 1-1106.01. The Board may, by rule, provide forms for the submission of the statement required by this subsection in aggregate categories. Information supplied pursuant to this subsection shall be modified by the filer within 30 days of any changes therein, and failure to inform the Board of such modifications is deemed to be a willful violation of this filing requirement. The Board may, on a case-by-case basis, provide for certain exemptions to this filing requirement which are deemed to be de minimis by the Board.

Seriously, two and a half pages? For a single section? With no subsections? My eyes glazed over by about the third line…

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