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The New York City Campaign Finance Board was created in 1988 as an independent, nonpartisan city agency. The CFB has three primary mandates: administering the Campaign Finance Program, publishing the Voter Guide, and overseeing the Debate Program. The Board is strictly nonpartisan and composed of five board members. Two board members (who cannot be enrolled in the same political party) are appointed by the mayor, and two board members (who cannot be enrolled in the same political party) are appointed by the speaker of the City Council. The chairman of the board is appointed by the mayor after consultation with the speaker. Board members serve staggered five-year terms.

If you would like to learn more about the Campaign Finance Board, you can find a brief history of the CFB; information about the chairman, the board members and the CFB’s executive director and staff; a calendar of upcoming public board meetings; a list of frequently asked questions; and more in the Press and Voters sections of this website.

Interested in working at the Campaign Finance Board? Check out our current Career Opportunities. You can also find any current solicitations and requests for proposals (RFPs) on our Vendor Opportunities page.