Campaign Finance Reports

The primary purpose of the campaign finance law is to provide public disclosure of money raised and expenditures made to influence Massachusetts elections, with the goal of transparency in the electoral process.

New requirements of the Campaign Finance Reform Law require local election officials to scan and post all campaign finance reports on municipal Web sites within 30 days of a filing deadline if $1,000 is raised or spent in a reporting period.

30 day after election Oct 8, 2016

Marc Finneran

Douglas Brown

William Dynan

Sheila Travers


8th day preceding an election September 1, 2016

Marc Finneran

Douglas Brown

William Dynan

Sheila Travers



30 day after election June 16, 2016

Ralph Herbst

Marc Finneran

Megan English Braga

William Dynan

Sheila Travers


8th day preceding an election MAY 9, 2016

Ralph Herbst

Marc Finneran

Megan English Braga

William Dynan

Sheila Travers




8th day preceding an election MAY 11, 2015

Douglas Jones

Marc Finneran

Ginamarie Tolentino

Melissa Keefe


Lawrence School Windows 1

30th day after an election June 19, 2015

Douglas Jones

Marc Finneran

Ginamarie Tolentino

Melissa Keefe

Lawrence School Windows 1




8th day preceding an election MAY 12, 2014

Susan Lynn Moran

Samuel Patterson, Jr.

Marc Finneran

David Braga

Rebecca Putnam

Committee for Question 1

Plan B Committee

Committee to Support Question 2


All-Purpose Field Advisory Committee


30th day after an election June 20, 2014

Susan Lynn Moran

Samuel Patterson, Jr.

Marc Finneran

David Braga

Rebecca Putnam

Committee for Question 1

Plan B Committee

Committee to Support Question 2


All-Purpose Field Advisory Committee