FRAMINGHAM – Former City of Framingham Mayor Yvonne Spicer has not announced what her new occupation will be after ending her term as the City’s first-ever Mayor.
But in filings with the Massachusetts Office of Campaign & Political Finance, she is supposed to declare an occupation when she donates to a a political campaign.
She has donated twice in 2022 since leaving the job of Framingham Mayor, but both times she listed a former occupation.
When Yvonne Spicer donated to Maura Healey, running for Governor of Massachusetts, Spicer listed her occupation as Vice President of the Museum of Science, a position she has not held since 2017. She donated $100 to Healey on January 25, 2022.
When Spicer donated to Margareth Shepard, who is running for state representative in Framingham, she listed her occupation as Mayor of the City of Framingham. Her last day was December 31, 2021. Spicer donated $100 to Shepard on February 17, 2022.
As the donations were $100, Spicer was not required to file her occupation and her employer, but when filed the information is supposed to be accurate as of the filing date.
State law required “all candidates and political committees must report both the occupation and the employer or employers of each person whose contribution or contributions in the aggregate equal or exceed the sum of $200 within any one calendar year.”