Town and cities with a population of 15,000 or more are subject to Chapter 13 of the Maine Election Law. Candidates or organizations that meet the definition of a Political Action Committee (PAC) or Ballot Question Committee (BQC) and receive contributions or make expenditures to influence a municipal campaign in towns or cities are subject to Maine Election Law and must register and file campaign finance reports with the municipal clerk of the city. All filings are available for public inspection in the City Clerk's office.
For municipal PAC & BQC registration & reporting forms, click here.
This process is overseen by the office of Maine Commission on Governmental Ethics & Election Practices.
|File Name||Date Added||File Size|
|Neighbors for Neighborhoods PAC OCT. QUARTERLY REPORT PG.1 REVISED.pdf||10/19/2018||502.62 KB|
|Neighbors for Neighborhoods PAC OCT. QUARTERLY REPORT PG. 2 REVISED.pdf||10/19/2018||318.81 KB|
|South Portland Citizens for Property Rights 24 HR Report 10-12-18.pdf||10/12/2018||203.57 KB|
|South Portland Citizens for Property Rights PAC Registration 10-12-18.pdf||10/12/2018||250.12 KB|
|South Portland Citizens for Property Rights Initial Report 10-12-18.pdf||10/12/2018||348.58 KB|
|Neighbors for Neighborhoods October Quarterly Report 10-02-18.pdf||10/2/2018||430.57 KB|
|Neighbors for Neighborhoods - Initial Report 9-20-18.pdf||9/20/2018||456.87 KB|
|Neighbors for Neighborhoods PAC 9-20-18.pdf||9/20/2018||324.99 KB|