Getting Started — Ballot Question Committees



Committees that raise or spend money to support or oppose a question put to voters at a state election must organize with OCPF and file periodic campaign finance reports. If the question the committee was formed to support or oppose is put to voters in a municipal election, the committee must organize with their local election official: the city or town clerk or election commission. In either case, a ballot question committee is not intended to have an indefinite life; it must dissolve after the resolution of the question at the election.

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