Statement of Economic Interests

Special Notice

Starting Monday, November 23rd, the County Clerk's Office will be closed to the public until further notice for most services. Candidates are highly encouraged to file statements using the online program. A receipt can be printed once it is completed. However, statements can still be filed in-person during the temporary office hours of 8:30 am - 4:30 pm Monday - Friday. We can be contacted by phone at 309-672-6059 or by using the email the County Clerk form.

File Online!

Individuals can now file online at: Statement of Economic Interest Program

Website filing is available for individuals required to file, candidates, and newly appointed officials.

A video explaining the website filing process is available at: Creating Account and Filing (YouTube video)

Search Online

Starting in 2019, all statements filed in the county clerk’s office are available for viewing online at: Statement of Economic Interest Program. This includes statements filed on paper. Addresses and signatures are redacted, as required by state law.

Governing Body List

All governing bodies in Peoria County are required to submit a list of individuals required to file a statement by February 1st each year. To enter your list of names online, log into the Statement of Economic Interest Program. If your contact person needs changed, please contact the county clerk’s office at 309-672-6059 or by email.

A video explaining how to add your entity’s list of names is available at: Board Clerk SEI Guide (YouTube video)

General Information

Persons required to file a Statement of Economic Interests (PDF) include all elected and appointed officials and local government employees who have authority to authorize the expenditure of public funds, execute contracts and issue licenses and permits. The Illinois Attorney General has ruled that lists of required filers must be certified by the local unit of government to the County Clerk for the county where the local unit of government’s principal office is located. All candidates seeking public office must file a current Statement of Economic Interests with the County Clerk in the same year they file candidate’s petitions and attach a receipt for such filings with their petitions.