63A-15-501 Ethics complaints -- Who may file -- Form.
(a) Notwithstanding any other provision, the following may file a complaint, subject to the requirements of Subsections (1)(b) and (c) and Section 63A-15-301, against a political subdivision officer or employee:
(i) two or more registered voters who reside within the boundaries of a political subdivision;
(iii) one or more registered voters who reside within the boundaries of a political subdivision and one or more registered voters who pay a fee or tax to the political subdivision.
(b) A person described in Subsection (1)(a) may not file a complaint unless at least one person described in Subsection (1)(a)(i), (ii), or (iii) has actual knowledge of the facts and circumstances supporting the alleged ethics violation.
(c) A complainant may file a complaint only against an individual who, on the date that the complaint is filed, is serving as a political subdivision officer or is a political subdivision employee.
(a) The commission shall post, on the state’s website, a conspicuous and clearly identified link to the name and address of an individual authorized to accept a complaint on behalf of the commission.
(b) A complainant shall file a complaint with the individual described in Subsection (2)(a).
(c) An individual may not file a complaint during the 60 calendar days immediately preceding:
(ii) a brief summary of the testimony to be provided by the witness; and
(iii) a specific description of any documents or evidence a complainant desires the witness to produce;
(f) a statement that each complainant:
(i) has reviewed the allegations contained in the complaint and the sworn statements and documents attached to the complaint;
(ii) believes that the complaint is submitted in good faith and not for any improper purpose such as for the purpose of harassing the respondent, causing unwarranted harm to the respondent’s reputation, or causing unnecessary expenditure of public funds; and
(iii) believes the allegations contained in the complaint to be true and accurate; and
(g) the signature of each complainant.
(4) An affidavit described in Subsection (3)(d)(iii)(B) shall include: