Campaign Finance

Campaign Finance Information:

CPF M109- Candidates who will not raise or spend any money 
CPF M 102-0 Campaign Finance Report  - use this form if you had no activity
 
 

Candidates and their committees, if any, are required by statute to file periodic campaign finance reports and are also responsible for the legality, validity, completeness and accuracy of their reports. The following is a schedule for filing reports.  These reports must be filed whether or not money has been raised or expended during the reporting period and whether or not the candidate is nominated or elected.  Reports are due to the local election official by the close of business on the day the report is due.  All forms, as well as filing software, are available on the OCPF website.

2023 Dates-  Annual Town Election

Pre-Election Report: Due on or before the 8th day preceding the city or town general election (Monday, April 3rd), complete from the day following the ending date of the last report filed through 10 days before the due date (March 24, 2023).

Post-Election Report: Due on or before the 30th day following the general election (Thursday, May 11th) complete from the day following the ending date of the last report filed through 10 days before the due date (Monday, May 1, 2023). This report may be considered a final report if the candidate/committee has no cash balance, assets or outstanding liabilities. Most spring elections occur in towns.

Year-End Report:  Due on or before January 20, 2024 in the year following, complete from the day following the ending date of the last report filed through December 31. This year-end report must also be filed every year so long as a committee is in existence, or a candidate maintains a campaign fund, has outstanding debts, or is an incumbent elected official. 

2024 Dates-  Annual Town Election

Pre-Election Report: Due on or before the 8th day preceding the city or town general election (Monday, April 1st), complete from the day following the ending date of the last report filed through 10 days before the due date (March 22, 2024).

Post-Election Report: Due on or before the 30th day following the general election (Thursday, May 9th) complete from the day following the ending date of the last report filed through 10 days before the due date (Monday, April 29, 2024). This report may be considered a final report if the candidate/committee has no cash balance, assets or outstanding liabilities. Most spring elections occur in towns.

Year-End Report:  Due on or before January 21, 2025 in the year following, complete from the day following the ending date of the last report filed through December 31. This year-end report must also be filed every year so long as a committee is in existence, or a candidate maintains a campaign fund, has outstanding debts, or is an incumbent elected official. 

 

CAMPAIGN FINANCE REPORTS:

CANDIDATES NAMETIME FRAMEDATE RECEIVED
Robert BradyPost Election5/11/2017
Robert BradyPre Election5/4/2017
Tracy SelfPre Election4/2/2018
John Walker Kelley Jr.Pre Election4/1/2019
Shannon Coffey202212/2022
Paul Garcia202212/2022
Peter Marinelli202212/2022
Daniel Norian202212/2022
Paul Garcia20234/3/2023
Jason L. Suzor20234/3/2023