CCSF trustee Chris Jackson under fire for failing to file campaign finance reports

Courtesy PhotoCCSF trustee Chris Jackson failed to file updated campaign finance reports on July 31

Courtesy PhotoCCSF trustee Chris Jackson failed to file updated campaign finance reports on July 31

Chris Jackson was re-elected to his position on the City College of San Francisco board of trustees last month, but he might have to forfeit the seat if he does not submit certain paperwork before the official swearing-in ceremony.

According to the Ethics Commission, Jackson failed to file updated campaign finance reports on July 31,  Oct. 5 and Oct. 30. He also has not satisfied the requirements to complete training on campaign finance.

Jackson has also not paid late fees resulting from his failure to file the reports. The late fees could  total thousands of dollars because Jackson will be charged as much as $35 for each day he is late. Since he has not filed his paperwork, the total amount is not known.

Under state law, Jackson has until the new board is sworn in to file his finance reports, and that date has yet to be set.

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