Last week, Senator Sal DiDomenico was sworn into a fifth term in the Massachusetts Senate, pledging to continue fighting for our Commonwealth’s working families and working to lift up children and families throughout his district. He represents the Middlesex and Suffolk District, comprising the residents of Allston, Brighton, Cambridge, Charlestown, Chelsea, Everett and the West End of Boston. As he once again took the oath of office, DiDomenico was joined by his wife, Tricia; his sons, Matthew and Sal; his parents, Marie and Sal; and members of his staff.
“It was an honor to once again be sworn into the Massachusetts State Senate for another term, and I would like to sincerely thank my constituents for your trust and confidence,” said Senator DiDomenico. “Together, we are a proud and diverse district that represents the very best of our Commonwealth, and representing you in the Senate is a privilege that that I will never take lightly. I would also like to thank my amazing family, my outstanding staff, and my tenacious team in the district that works tirelessly to make sure that we have one of the strongest campaign organizations in Commonwealth.”
The swearing in of the Massachusetts Senate was a time to reflect on past accomplishments and look to the future, as the 40-member body once again voted for Senator Karen Spilka (D-Ashland) as Senate President.
“The last session was very productive, and we passed major pieces of legislation that will have a positive impact on the lives of millions of people in our state,” said Senator DiDomenico. “I look forward to another successful session working with my colleagues under the leadership of my friend, Senate President Spilka, to address an ambitious agenda of fighting climate change, addressing our inadequate and inequitable public education system, and the high cost of healthcare, among many other pressing issues for the residents of Massachusetts.”