slides: See How Much Worcester City Councilors Spent on the 2013 Election
Friday, January 24, 2014
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In Massachusetts, campaign finance regulations require periodic filings through the state's Office of Campaign and Political Finance, and political candidates running in cities of more than 100,000 residents (Boston, Cambridge, Lowell, Springfield, and Worcester) are subject to further requirements.
While individual donations are limited to $500 annually in Massachusetts, candidates may use an unlimited amount of their own money.
See how much money Worcester's City Councilors spent in the 2013 election in the slides below
Related Slideshow: Worcester City Council Campaign Expenditures 2013
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