This is a list of the Jan. 2001 State of Washington Public Disclosure Commission employees and their job title and salaries.(2011, 28 multiple job employees (includes 0 duplicates) (2007, 23 employees) (2005, 26 employees) (2003, 27 employees) (2001, 28 employees) (1999, 20 employees) (1997, 20 employees) (1995, 23 employees)

All 50 states have a campaign finance disclosure agency or program which is responsible for receiving, processing and auditing filings of political campaigns. Some states also have programs concerning disclosure of lobbying and the financial affairs of elected officials and candidates. In Washington State, the Public Disclosure Commissionís comprehensive jurisdiction includes the aforementioned duties. The Commission also provides access to those filings and ensures compliance with disclosure provisions, contribution limits, campaign practices and other campaign finance laws. The disclosure law in Washington State can be traced to the efforts of concerned citizens who came together in the early 1970ís to place Initiative 276 on the ballot, which was approved by 72 percent of the voters and became law on January 1, 1973. In 1992, voters again supported campaign finance reform and approved Initiative 134, setting contribution limits and other campaign restrictions. The Commissionís mission is to provide timely and meaningful public access to information about the financing of political campaigns, lobbyist expenditures and the financial affairs of public officials and candidates, and to ensure compliance with disclosure provisions, contribution limits, campaign practices and other campaign finance laws. The public disclosure statute contains five main areas of jurisdiction concerning campaign finance, contribution limits, political advertising, lobbyist reporting and the disclosure of Personal Financial Affairs of elected officials and candidates. Together, these sections of Chapter 42.17 RCW constitute one of the most exhaustive disclosure laws in the country. Initiative 276 created the five-member, bi-partisan citizen Commission to ensure that the provisions of the disclosure law are fully met. Commission Members are appointed by the Governor for one, five-year term and are confirmed by the state Senate. Each Commissioner serves a staggered term of five years and no more than three members can be affiliated with the same political party. In fiscal year 2006, the Commission employed 22 staff and operated on a $1,999,000 budget.
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2001 State of Washington Public Disclosure Commission List of Employees, Job Title and Salary

January 25, 2001 Personnel Detail
082 Public Disclosure Commission
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                                                                                        2001 Personnel Detail
082  Public Disclosure Commission   

ANDERSON, LORI L.             SR POL FIN SPEC     1 - M    100%    3,256.00
BENNETT, ROBERT F             INFO TECH S S 5     1 - M    100%    5,606.00
BRADY, SUSAN P.               MEMBER              2 - D    10%      100.00
BRYANT, RUTHANN C             CONF. SECRETARY     2 - M    100%    2,833.00
CAHILL, RONDA                 MEMBER              2 - D    10%      100.00
CHRISTIAN, TERESA             OFFICE ASST         1 - M    100%    1,847.00
COPELAND, KAREN MARI          WMS BAND 2          1 - M    100%    4,980.00
DAVIS, DEVONEE H.             OFFICE ASST         1 - M    100%    2,071.00
ELLIS, DOUGLAS J              WMS BAND 2          1 - M    100%    4,366.00
GUBBE, KYLE                   INFO TECH TEC 2     1 - M    100%    2,327.00
HALEY, SCOTT E.               OFFICE ASST         1 - M    100%    2,025.00
HARRIS, SUSAN                 WMS BAND 2          1 - M    100%    5,318.00
HAWKINSON, NICHOLAS           INVESTIGATOR 2      1 - M    100%    3,100.00
JOHNSON, MARK B               ITAS2               2 - M    100%    3,776.00
KELLY, JAMES P                COL C GRAD - SS     1 - M    100%    2,221.00
LINCE, TONI L                 OFFICE ASST         1 - M    100%    2,221.00
MARSH, GERALD A               MEMBER              2 - D    100%     100.00
MICKELSON, DEANNA             OFFICE ASST         1 - M    100%    1,762.00
PERKINS, ANTHONY E            OFFICE ASST SR      1 - M    50%     1,190.00
PORTER, JANET L               OFFICE ASST         1 - M    100%    1,762.00
RIPPIE, VICKI L               DIRECTOR            2 - M    100%    6,631.00
SMITH, MICHAEL T              CH INFO TECH OFF    2 - M    100%    5,606.00
STUTZMAN, PHILIP E            WMS BAND 1          1 - M    100%    4,262.00
TROBAUGH, SUEMARY             SR POL FIN SPEC     1 - M    100%    2,740.00
WENDLER, BRUCE W              INFO TEC APP S 3    1 - M    100%    3,776.00
WINKLEY, S. MICHAELA          OFFICE ASST SR      1 - M    50%     1,190.00
YOROZU, CHRISTINE             MEMBER              2 - D    10%      100.00
YOUNG, WILLIAM K              SR POL FIN SPEC     1 - M    100%    3,256.00
                   28 Employees in agency 082



Jan 31, 2001                                                                   C - 1            Agency: 082



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