Caucus Campaign Committee Information
This page contains files for forms and publications of interest to Caucus Campaign Committees. Please contact the Registry if you cannot locate the form that you are seeking.
Definition of a Caucus Campaign Committee
A Caucus Campaign Committee is one (1) of the following caucus groups who receive contributions and make expenditures to support or oppose one (1) or more specific candidates or slates of candidates for nomination or election, or a committee:
- House Democratic Caucus Campaign Committee;
- House Republican Caucus Campaign Committee;
- Senate Democratic Caucus Campaign Committee; and
- Senate Republican Caucus Campaign Committee.
||Caucus Campaign Committee Information
The .PDF and TEXT files posted are created by Registry staff and are provided for informational purposes only. This data is made available as a public service pursuant to KRS 121.120(4). The electronic documents posted at this site DO NOT CONSTITUTE THE OFFICIAL RECORD OF THE REGISTRY.
Current Caucus Campaign Committee List (.pdf 8kb)
Current Caucus Campaign Committee List (.txt file)
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Political Committee Registration - KREF 010 (.pdf 417kb)
This form is required to be completed by Caucus Campaign Committees.
Caucus Campaign Committee Guide to Campaign Finance - KREF 016/C (.pdf 2108kb)
The Caucus Campaign Committee Guide to Campaign Finance is created and published by the Registry. Its purpose is to assist Caucus Campaign Committees in complying with campaign finance laws and regulations.
Caucus Campaign Committee Election Finance Statement - KREF-006/C (.pdf 465kb)
This is the set of forms that Caucus Campaign Committees use for reporting financial transactions of the committee to the Registry.
Instructions for Completing Election Finance Statement - KREF 006/C (.pdf 403kb)
These instructions show the Caucus Campaign 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.