Massachusetts House of Representatives' 7th Middlesex district

Massachusetts House of Representatives' 7th Middlesex district in the United States is one of 160 legislative districts included in the lower house of the Massachusetts General Court. It covers part of Middlesex County.[1] Democrat Jack Patrick Lewis of Framingham has represented the district since 2017.[2]

Locales representedEdit

The district includes the following localities:[3]

Former localeEdit

The district previously covered part of Cambridge, circa 1872.[4]

RepresentativesEdit

  • Nathan K. Noble, circa 1858-1859 [5][6]
  • Wm. Page, circa 1858 [5]
  • Wm. A. Saunders, circa 1858 [5]
  • Alanson Bigelow, circa 1859 [6]
  • William T. Richardson, circa 1859 [6]
  • Irving L. Russell, circa 1888 [7]
  • Edgar A. Bowers, circa 1920 [8]
  • John Robert Ayers, circa 1951 [9]
  • William E. Hays, circa 1951 [9]
  • Marie Elizabeth Howe, circa 1975 [10]
  • John Stefanini
  • Karen Spilka
  • Tom Sannicandro
  • Jack Patrick Lewis, 2017-current[2]

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Massachusetts Representative Districts". Sec.state.ma.us. Retrieved May 5, 2020.
  2. ^ a b Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Elections Division. "State Representative elections: 7th Middlesex district". PD43+. Retrieved May 5, 2020.
  3. ^ Massachusetts General Court, "Chapter 153. An Act Relative to Establishing Representative Districts in the General Court", Acts (2011)
  4. ^ "Representative Districts". Massachusetts Register. Boston: Sampson, Davenport, & Company. 1872.
  5. ^ a b c "Massachusetts House of Representatives". Massachusetts Register. Boston: Adams, Sampson & Co. 1858. pp. 10–12.
  6. ^ a b c Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Manual for the Use of the General Court. Boston. 1859 – via Internet Archive.
  7. ^ Geo. F. Andrews (ed.). "Representatives: Middlesex County". 1888 State House Directory. Official Gazette, Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Lakeview Press.
  8. ^ Public Officials of Massachusetts: 1920. Boston Review.
  9. ^ a b 1951–1952 Public Officers of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Boston.
  10. ^ 1975–1976 Public Officers of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. Boston.

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