Jamie is dedicated to ensuring that the residents of the Middlesex & Worcester District receive a top standard of service from his office. Visit his Senate Website to see his past legislation, district outreach, and initiatives.
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State Senator Jamie Eldridge has served as State Senator for the Middlesex and Worcester district since January 2009. Previously, Jamie served as State Representative for the 37th Middlesex district, after being elected the only Clean Elections candidate to public office in Massachusetts history in November 2002. Jamie is known for his leadership and independence on behalf of his constituents, including standing up against corporate interests, fighting for more transparency in government, and election and campaign finance reform.
Thank you so much, @michaellatweets! Great night and successful fundraiser! https://t.co/8LjDwn0eUf
A non-profit I believe in and help out when possible is #BostonShareNetwork, run by Dot Werst (in her 90s! She is a force!) We had a successful fundraising dinner last night, and I think it’s awesome that Senator @JamieEldridgeMA always comes out to support. https://t.co/qYt7fDNxZ2
Impressive turnout at #Acton Town Hall for Water Resources Advisory Committee workshop, discussing Acton's water needs, #infrastructure, Nagog Pond & superfund sites. Pleased to welcome the group and talk about my water legislation addressing draughts, state funding & streamflow https://t.co/49F063qQww
Two special #Acton events tonight - 10th Anniversary #Acton #Boxborough Farmers Market dinner at NARA Park, and spaghetti supper at St. Matthew's church to raise $ for the #Boston Share Network, helping #homeless individuals in Boston. Grateful for both organizations! https://t.co/XYD9IYtELQ