Campaign Finance Information
- The Statewide Offices: The constitutional offices of Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General, State Secretary, State Treasurer or State Auditor.
- County and District Offices: County Clerks of Court, Commissioners and Treasurers; Registers of Deeds and Probate; District Attorneys; Sheriffs and Suffolk County Clerks of the Superior and Supreme Judicial Courts.
- Governor's Council: One of the eight district seats of the Executive Council.
- Political action committees. (People's committees must organize and operate as political action committees for six months before they can seek a change of status.)
- The state committees of political parties organized under M.G.L. chapter 52, section 1.
Statement of Organization for Political Action Committee
Candidates and Candidate Committees
Candidates for local offices with reporting requirements to their local election officials
Statement of Organization for Candidates Committee for Municipality
Local Political Action Committees
Organized to support or oppose a roster of candidates in a single municipality.
Local Ballot Question Committees
Organized to support or oppose a question appearing on a city or town ballot.
Campaign Finance Report
See the candidates who filed CPF 101 for 2017
OCPF is writing to assist local election officials in providing materials for campaign finance reporting by local candidates and committees for year-end reports and municipal elections. All forms and guides are available at our website, www.ocpf.us.
Campaign Finance Reporting
Campaign Finance Reporting 2013
Campaign Finance Reporting 2014
Campaign Finance Reporting 2015
Campaign Finance Reporting 2016
Campaign Finance Reporting 2017
Campaign Finance Reporting 2018
Campaign Finance Reporting 2019
Campaign Finance Reporting 2020