How to Set Up Your Depository Bank Account

  • Download and complete one of these forms:
  • Your bank may require the following information to open a campaign account:
    • A copy of your completed statement of organization form (CPF 101).
    • An Employer Identification Number (EIN). The IRS allows you to apply for an EIN online. (click here for OCPF's instructions on how to obtain an EIN)
  • E-mail, fax, mail or hand-deliver the completed D103 or D104 form to OCPF.
  • Candidates and committees should also consult the Massachusetts Department of Revenue for information on any state tax requirements that may be applicable.

Additional Help & Information

What is the Depository Reporting System?

The depository reporting system was established by Section 19 of M.G.L. Chapter 55, the Massachusetts campaign finance law.

Candidates and committees in this reporting system arrange for their financial institutions to file monthly reports with OCPF listing their total monthly deposits and providing detailed information about the committee's expenditures. In addition, these candidates and committees file reports of contribution information, and, if applicable, detailed monthly reports for any reimbursement, subvendor or credit card payments made by the committee.

These candidates and committees are also responsible for filing year-end summary reports.

Who files in the Depository Reporting System?

Statewide (Constitutional) Offices
Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General, State Secretary, State Treasurer or State Auditor.
Governor's Council
One of the eight district seats of the Executive Council.
House & Senate
A candidate for the General Court is seeking a seat in the State House or State Senate.
County and District Offices
County Clerks of Court, Commissioners and Treasurers; Registers of Deeds and Probate; District Attorneys; Sheriffs and Suffolk County Clerks of the Superior and Supreme Judicial Courts.
Mayoral candidates in all cities in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
City Councilors in Cities with 65,000+ Populations
This includes the communities of Boston, Brockton, Cambridge, Fall River, Framingham, Lawrence, Lowell, Lynn, New Bedford, Newton, Quincy, Somerville, Springfield and Worcester.
State Party Committees
The state committees of political parties organized under M.G.L. chapter 52, section 1.
State Political Action Committees (PACs)
PACs and People's Committees. (Click on the tab above for more information about People's Committees.)

Participating Banks in OCPF Depository Reporting System *

  • Adams Community Bank
  • Align Credit Union
  • Amalgamated Bank
  • Athol Savings Bank
  • Bank Five
  • Bank Gloucester
  • Bank of America
  • Bay State Savings Bank
  • Berkshire Bank
  • Boston Firefighters Credit Union
  • Bristol County Savings Bank
  • Cape Ann Savings Bank
  • Cape Cod 5
  • Central One Federal Credit Union
  • Citizens Bank
  • City of Boston Credit Union
  • Coastal Heritage Bank
  • Community Credit Union
  • Country Bank for Savings
  • Dedham Savings
  • East Cambridge Savings Bank
  • Easthampton Savings Bank
  • Enterprise Bank & Trust
  • Everett Bank
  • Florence Bank
  • Greenfield Savings Bank
  • Greylock Federal Credit Union
  • Hanscom Federal Credit Union
  • Haverhill Bank
  • Leader Bank
  • Lending Club Bank
  • Liberty Bay Credit Union
  • Lowell Five Cent Savings Bank
  • M & T Bank
  • Main Street Bank
  • Mechanics Cooperative Bank
  • Millbury Federal Credit Union
  • Mountain One Bank
  • Mutual One Bank
  • Needham Bank
  • New Bedford Credit Union
  • Northern Bank & Trust
  • Polish National Credit Union
  • Rockland Trust
  • Saint Michael's Federal Credit Union
  • Santander
  • Somerset Federal Credit Union
  • Southcoast Health System Federal Credit Union
  • St. Jean's Credit Union
  • Taunton Federal Credit Union
  • TD Bank
  • The Cooperative Bank of Cape Cod
  • The Pittsfield Cooperative Bank
  • The Provident Bank
  • The Savings Bank
  • The Village Bank
  • Westfield Bank
  • Winter Hill Bank
  • Workers Credit Union
* If your bank is not in the above list, please contact OCPF (617-979-8300, for more information.