Bank SupportThe information page for financial institutions serving as depositories of campaign accounts
File Reports Online
Log on to Bank Reporter 2.0 OCPF's online filing application to file your reports.
First-time users will need a CPF ID number and password to use Bank Reporter 2.0. If you do not have a CPF ID and password, please contact OCPF.
If you have any questions, or require assistance with your reporting requirements, please contact Anne Bourque by e-mail at email@example.com, by phone at (617) 979-8300 or by fax at (617) 727-6549.
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Depository Candidates and Committees
The following candidates and committees must designate a depository bank. They are considered Depository Filers and are required to submit a CPF D103: Appointment of Depository Institution to their banks for completion and submission to OCPF. Their banks are required to file on their behalf:
- Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General, State Treasurer, Secretary of State, and State Auditor.
- One of the eight district seats of the Executive Council.
- A candidate for the General Court is seeking a seat in the State House or State Senate.
- Clerk of Courts, County Commissioner, County Treasurer, District Attorney, Register of Deeds, Register of Probate, Sheriff, and, in Suffolk Co. only: Superior Court-Civil, Superior Court-Criminal, and Supreme Judicial Clerk of Courts.
- Mayoral candidates in all cities in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
- in Boston, Brockton, Cambridge, Fall River, Lawrence, Lowell, Lynn, New Bedford, Newton, Quincy, Somerville, Springfield and Worcester.
- Committees that raise and spend money to support or oppose one or more statewide, legislative, district & county, mayoral or some city council candidates, based upon stated principles or interests (including people's committees, a form of PAC). These PACs organize and file periodic reports with OCPF.
- The state committees of political parties organized under M.G.L. chapter 52, section 1.
Statewide Office Candidates
Governor's Councillor Candidates
House & Senate
County and District Office Candidates
City Councilor or Alderman Candidates
Political Action Committees (PACs)
State Political Party Committees
The following candidates and committees are considered Non-Depository Filers. They do not need to submit the CPF D103 to their banks or OCPF. Their banks do not have to file on their behalf.
- MA Independent Expenditure Political Action Committees (IEPACs) .
- Committees supporting or opposing questions put to voters on the state ballot.
- The ward, town or city committees of the state political parties.
- Municipal candidates other than those listed above.
Participating Depository Banks in OCPF Depository Reporting System
Qualifying Financial Institutions
Section 19 of Chapter 55, the Massachusetts Campaign Finance Law, requires certain candidates to designate a financial institution as a depository for their campaign funds. In order to accept this designation, the financial institution must be:
- a national bank, federal savings bank, federal savings and loan association or federal credit union; provided, however, that the bank, association or credit union may transact business and has its main office or a branch office in the commonwealth; or
- a trust company, credit union, co-operative bank or savings bank; provided, however, that the company, credit union or bank is organized and exists under the laws of the commonwealth or any other state or otherwise may transact business in the commonwealth and has its main office or a branch office in the commonwealth.