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  105.483.  Financial interest statements — who shall file, exception. — Each of the following persons shall be required to file a financial interest statement:

  (1)  Associate circuit judges, circuit court judges, judges of the courts of appeals and of the supreme court, and candidates for any such office;

  (2)  Persons holding an elective office of the state, whether by election or appointment, and candidates for such elective office, except those running for or serving as county committee members for a political party pursuant to section 115.609 or section 115.611;

  (3)  The principal administrative or deputy officers or assistants serving the governor, lieutenant governor, secretary of state, state treasurer, state auditor and attorney general, which officers shall be designated by the respective elected state official;

  (4)  The members of each board or commission and the chief executive officer of each public entity created pursuant to the constitution or interstate compact or agreement and the members of each board of regents or curators and the chancellor or president of each state institution of higher education;

  (5)  The director and each assistant deputy director and the general counsel and the chief purchasing officer of each department, division and agency of state government;

  (6)  Any official or employee of the state authorized by law to promulgate rules and regulations or authorized by law to vote on the adoption of rules and regulations;

  (7)  Any member of a board or commission created by interstate compact or agreement, including the executive director and any Missouri resident who is a member of the bi-state development agency created pursuant to sections 70.370 to 70.440*;

  (8)  Any board member of a metropolitan sewer district authorized under Section 30(a) of Article VI of the State Constitution;

  (9)  Any member of a commission appointed or operating pursuant to sections 64.650 to 64.950, sections 67.650 to 67.658, or sections 70.840 to 70.859;

  (10)  The members, the chief executive officer and the chief purchasing officer of each board or commission which enters into or approves contracts for the expenditure of state funds;

  (11)  Each elected official, candidate for elective office, the chief administrative officer, the chief purchasing officer and the general counsel, if employed full time, of each political subdivision with an annual operating budget in excess of one million dollars, and each official or employee of a political subdivision who is authorized by the governing body of the political subdivision to promulgate rules and regulations with the force of law or to vote on the adoption of rules and regulations with the force of law; unless the political subdivision adopts an ordinance, order or resolution pursuant to subsection 4 of section 105.485;

  (12)  Any person who is designated as a decision-making public servant by any of the officials or entities listed in subdivision (6) of section 105.450;

  (13)  Any person selected by the state auditor as an applicant to be considered by the majority leader and minority leader of the senate for the post of nonpartisan state demographer pursuant to Article III, Section 3 of the Missouri Constitution.


(L. 1990 H.B. 1650 & 1565 § 1, A.L. 1991 S.B. 262, A.L. 1996 H.B. 846, A.L. 1997 S.B. 16, A.L. 2019 S.B. 213)

*Section 70.440 was repealed by H.B. 1248 & 1048, 1994.

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