The Illinois Governmental Ethics Act requires Will County elected and appointed officials and certain employees of units of local government to file a Statement of Economic Interests with the Will County Clerk’s Office each year. The units of local government certify to the Will County Clerk the persons within their organizations who meet the statutory criteria for filing.
Candidates seeking to file a Statement of Economic Interests in conjunction with their nominating petitions for the April 2021 Consolidated Election may NOT file a new Statement online. Incumbents seeking reelection may obtain a duplicate of their 2020 filing using the PUBLIC PORTAL (link below). Non-incumbent candidates must file a paper Statement by mail or in person with our office. Statement of Economic Interest
Filing information is e-mailed to all persons certified to the Will County Clerk’s Office as being required to file by early February each year. Filers are required to file their Statement by May 1. Access your online account and file your Statement of Economic Interests and find other helpful information at the links below.
UNITS OF LOCAL GOVERNMENT INFORMATION
Each unit of local government must submit the list of persons within their organization who will need to file for the current year by February 1. Submit your list of required filers and find other helpful information at the links below.
- Instructions for using the portal to submit list.
- Frequently asked questions for units of local government.
- Who has to file?
For more information on Statements of Economic Interests email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (815) 740-4628.