Cambridge Civic Journal Forum

July 15, 2010

Campaign Finance Reports – State Senate – Middlesex, Suffolk, and Essex

Filed under: 2010 State Senate election,campaign finance — Tags: — Robert Winters @ 1:21 pm

Here are the updated totals for all candidates who sought the seat formerly held by Anthony Galluccio. Marjorie Decker is included because she was a candidate for part of this year.

2010 State Senate Campaign Finance (Middlesex, Suffolk, and Essex)

Albano, Michael J.1/1/20104/3/2010$0.00$46241.00$35716.01$10524.99$0.00$0.00
Benzan, Dennis A.11/5/20085/31/2010$0.00$44083.24$41996.53$2086.71$0.00$5600$5600 candidate loan
Cesan, John1/1/20105/31/2010$0.00$92.30$92.30$0.00$0.00$0.00
Decker, Marjorie C.1/1/20107/31/2010$2229.66$28557.07$28123.42$2663.31$0.00$10116.97withdrew, $10116.97 owed to Cambridge Offset Printing from previous campaigns
DiDomenico, Sal1/1/20105/31/2010$19201.42$108955.00$124627.59$3528.83$350.00$1550.00$1550 candidate loan
Flaherty, Tim1/1/20105/31/2010$756.91$154289.00$154753.44$292.47$0.00$0.00
Hill, Daniel C.12/2/20095/31/2010$0.00$11754.33$11433.30$321.03$0.00$0.00
Simmons, E. Denise1/1/20105/31/2010$1102.74$40162.00$38233.08$3031.66$0.00$1844.85$1200 candidate loan

Full reports are available at:

The results of the April 2010 Special Democratic Primary Election may be found here:
The May 2010 Special Election was just a formality after the results of the Democratic Primary were determined.


  1. According to this chart, Decker has roughly $10k in liabilities. Is this only from the Senate race, or does it include liabilities carried-over from her City Council account?

    Comment by Dee — July 20, 2010 @ 11:14 am

  2. Decker’s liabilities date back to previous campaigns – primarily 2005. You can find these details on the OCPF page for each candidate by clicking on the “Periodic Reports” tab and then choosing the latest report.

    I just exposed a hidden column in the chart giving some additional notes for the candidates.

    Comment by Robert Winters — July 20, 2010 @ 11:41 am

  3. Great, thanks Robert.

    Comment by Dee — July 20, 2010 @ 5:08 pm

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