Special elections are held to fill vacancies in House and Senate seats. Elections are called by the respective chambers, with the filing dates for nomination papers subsequently set by the Secretary of the Commonwealth. OCPF sets the campaign finance reporting schedule after notification by the Secretary.
Candidates in special legislative elections have three reporting periods for the election cycle:
Expenditures made by the candidate are reported by the candidate's designated depository bank by the 5th of each month, covering the entire previous month, i.e. January's report is due by February 5th and covers January 1st through the 31st.
If a candidate maintains a committee or has money or liabilities outstanding after the Post Election report, he or she must file a year-end report covering the subsequent activity as well as in-kind contributions received through this election cycle.
Boston (Wd. 1, Pcts. 1-14; Wd. 3, Pcts. 1-4, 6, 8; Wd. 5, Pcts. 1, 3-5, 11); Revere; Winthrop; Cambridge (Wd. 2, Pcts. 2, 3; Wd. 4, Pcts. 1, 3; Wd. 5)
To fill vacancy caused by the resignation of Senator Joseph A. Boncore.
Special Primary Election: December 14, 2021
Special (Final) Election: January 11, 2022
|Reporting Period||Due Date||Late Contribution Reporting Period|
|Pre-Primary Period||1/1/2021 through 11/26/2021||12/6/2021||11/27/2021 through 12/10/2021|
|Pre-Election Period||11/27/2021 through 12/24/2021||1/3/2022||12/25/2021 through 1/7/2022|
|Post-Election Period||12/25/2021 through 1/31/2022||2/10/2022||-|
Totals include reported activity with dates between the pre-primary period's starting date and the post-election period's ending date. Expenditures are reported by the candidate's depository bank. Contributions are reported by the candidate via deposit reports. In-kind contributions are not included in the total until a year-end report covering the period is filed.
|Candidate||Party Affiliation||Winner?||Contributions reported to date||Expenditures reported to date||Cash On Hand|
|15114 Caruccio, Paul||Republican||$8,595.00||$8,072.50||$522.51 (as of 4/30/2022)|
|17793 D'Ambrosio, Anthony||Democratic||$376,326.18||$370,558.71||$0.00 (as of 3/31/2022)|
|16314 Edwards, Lydia||Democratic||$469,901.25||$567,287.84||$62,133.74 (as of 4/30/2022)|