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Municipal Political Action Committees & Ballot Question Committees
Town and cities with a population of 15,000* or more are subject to Chapter 13 of the Maine Election Law. Organizations that meet the definition of a Political Action Committee (PAC) or Ballot Question Committee (BQC) and that receive contributions or make expenditures to influence a municipal campaign in towns or cities subject to Maine Election Law must register and file campaign finance reports with the municipal clerk of the town or city.
PACs and BQCs can obtain the necessary registration and reporting forms from the municipal clerk of their town or city. The forms, reports and guidebook are also available below.
The towns in Maine with a population of 15,000 or more according to the 2010 U.S. Census are:
*Standish and Union have elected to be subject to the provision of Chapter 13 with respect to referenda and initiatives, but not candidate elections. (30-A M.R.S.A. § 2502(2)).
2012 Guidebook for Municipal Political Action Committees and Ballot Question Committees (coming soon)
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