• Everett,  January 11 2019

    Sen. DiDomenico sworn into the Senate for another term

    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…

  • December 28 2018,  Everett

    DiDomenico & Senate pass legislation extending unemployment insurance for locked-out National Grid workers

    On Dec. 20, Senator Sal DiDomenico (D-Everett) and his colleagues in the Massachusetts Senate passed legislation to extend unemployment benefits for locked-out National Grid workers for up to 26 additional weeks, or until National Grid workers are no longer locked out, whichever comes first. The benefits would be paid through the existing Unemployment Insurance (UI) system. “This lockout by National Grid of their union employees has been unjust from the very start, but it is truly egregious how long this has continued to last,” said Senator DiDomenico. “These National Grid employees have been without salaries and health insurance for over six months now, and this bill passed by the Senate…

  • December 21 2018,  Everett

    DiDomenico & Senate Pass Bill to Support First Responders

    DiDomenico & Senate Pass Bill to Support First Responders Bill Seeks to Improve Mental Health Service Confidentiality and Access BOSTON – Last week, Senator Sal DiDomenico and his colleagues in the Massachusetts Senate passed legislation to ensure confidentiality for first responders when participating in peer support services following critical incidents.  The bill, which had already passed the Senate unanimously earlier this year, returned to the Chamber after an amendment was offered by the House of Representatives. “The confidentiality provisions in this bill will ensure that our first responders have the privacy protections they need and deserve when it comes seeking mental health care,” said Senator DiDomenico. “Our firefighters, law enforcement…

  • December 07 2018,  Everett

    DiDomenico serves as speaker at MIRA’s Our Shared Table luncheon

    State Senator Sal DiDomenico recently joined with State Representative Joe McGonagle, Everett School Committee Member Marcony Almeida Barros and former city councillor candidate Stephanie Martins at the Massachusetts Immigrants and Refugee Advocacy (MIRA) Coalition’s Annual Our Shared Table event at the State House. Every year, to kick off the holiday season, MIRA hosts this luncheon for newly sworn-in U.S citizens and other immigrants and refugees to celebrate our Commonwealth’s rich diversity, to share personal stories and to make new connections. DiDomenico served at a speaker at this year’s event, highlighting the many contributions of our Commonwealth’s immigrant community. “Our Shared Table is always one of my favorite events of the…

  • Everett,  November 30 2018

    Senator DiDomenico welcomes Senate President Spilka to Everett

    Senator Sal DiDomenico welcomed Senate President Karen Spilka to Everett on Tuesday evening.  Everett residents had the opportunity to meet the new Senate President at Stewart’s Pub in a casual atmosphere.  Residents, Elected Officials, and members of the Everett School Department thanked her for her work in the State House. (Advocate photos by Katy Rogers)

  • Everett,  November 21 2018

    Senator DiDomenico Has District-Wide Success on Election Day

    Senator DiDomenico Has District-Wide Success on Election Day Senator Sal DiDomenico had a strong show of support throughout his district on Election Day with an impressive vote of confidence in every corner of the Middlesex and Suffolk District.  The breakdown of his totals are as follows:  Cambridge (18,876 votes – 99.16%);  Boston neighborhoods of Charlestown, Allston, Brighton and the West End (12,549 votes – 98.50%);  Everett (8,530 votes – 98.82%);  and Chelsea (5,409 votes – 98.20%).  “I want to thank the residents of the Middlesex and Suffolk District for their continued trust and confidence,” said DiDomenico. “It is an honor and privilege to be your State Senator and look forward…

  • Everett,  November 16 2018

    Hundreds attend Senator Sal DiDomenico’s Fall Fundraiser

    Hundreds attend Senator Sal DiDomenico’s Fall Fundraiser Dignitaries and supporters fill Banquet hall at Silver Fox Tuesday State Senator Sal Didomenico welcomed hundreds of supporters to a jam-packed Silver Fox main function hall in Everett on Tuesday, October 30. In addition to friends, campaign workers, educators, business leaders, local officials, and union representatives, the special guest list included U.S. Senator Ed Markey, State Senate President Karen Spilka, State Rep. Joseph McGonagle, State Treasurer Deborah Goldberg, and State Auditor Suzanne Bump. Sal currently holds the important position of Assistant Majority Leader in the Senate.