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What is the Depository Reporting System?

The depository reporting system was established by Section 19 of M.G.L. Chapter 55, the Massachusetts campaign finance law. Candidates and committees in this reporting system arrange for their financial institutions to file monthly reports with OCPF listing their total monthly deposits and providing detailed information about the committee's expenditures. In addition, these candidates file monthly reports of contribution information, and, if applicable, detailed reports for any reimbursement or credit card payments made by the committee. For candidates on the ballot, the frequency of reporting increases to twice-monthly in the last six months of an election year. These candidates and committees are also responsible for filing year-end summary reports.  Depository candidates and committees include seats in cities with 100,000+ Populations this includes the communities of: Boston, Cambridge, Lowell, Springfield and Worcester.Below are CPF D 103 forms that have been filed with our office.  For more information click here.

Campaign Finance Reporting

The campaign finance law currently requires local election officials to make campaign finance reports available for public inspection and copying during normal business hours.  A change to Section 26 expands that reponsiblity by requiring local election officials to post any campaign finance report on their municipal web site if the report discloses activity (receipts, expenditures or liabilities) of $1,000 or more during a reporting period.  The following is a list of School Committee members, candidates & organizations that meet this criteria.

 

CANDIDATE NAMEREPORT TYPEREPORT TYPEREPORT TYPE
JAMES ANZIANOM101 -Statement of OrganizationM102 - 8 Days Preceding Preliminary
CHRISTOPHER COLLINS2016 Year End ReportM102-0 Affidavit    Year End
LAMAR COOKM101 - Statement of OrganizationM102- 8 Days Preceding PreliminaryM102 - Year End
JAMES J. FERRERA IIIM101 - Statement of OrganizationM102 - 8 Days Preceding PreliminaryM102 - 30 Day After ElectionM102 - Year End
JOESIAH GONZALEZM101 - Statement of OrganizationM102 - 8 Days Preceding PreliminaryM102 - Dissolution
ZAIDA GOVANM101 - Statement of OrganizationM102 - 8 Days Preceding PreliminaryM102 - 30 Days After ElectionM102 - Year End
BARBARA GRESHAM2016 Year End ReportM102 - 8 Days Preceding PreliminaryM102 - 30 Days After Election
RYAN HESSM101 - Statement of OrganizationM102 - 8 Days Preceding PreliminaryAmendment to M102- Days Preceding ElectionM102 - 30 Days After ElectionM102 - Year End
DENISE MARIE HURST2016 Year End ReportM102 - 8 Days Preceding PreliminaryM102 - 30 Days After ElectionM102 - Year End
MICHAEL D. KOCSMIERSKYM101 - Statement of OrganizationM102 - 8 Days Preceding Preliminary
LATONIA MONROE NAYLORM101 - Statement of OrganizationM102 - 8 Days Preceding PreliminaryM102 - 30 Days After ElectionM102 - Year End
STEPHANIE MURCHISON-BROWNM101 - Statement of OrganizationM102 - 8 Days Preceding PreliminaryM102 - 30 Days After ElectionM102 - Year End
PETER M. MURPHY2016 Year End ReportM102 - 8 Days Preceding Preliminary
MARIA PEREZM101 - Statement of OrganizationM102 - Year End
ROSA PEREZ2016 - Year End Report
NORMAN ROLDAN2014 - Year End Report

 

 

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