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About Nick

Nick has fought hard on Beacon Hill since 2010, focusing on core issues that impact us all from public health and safety, to economic growth and increased labor standards to reliable transportation and affordable housing, to quality education, environmental preservation and sustainability. He plans to continue fighting for these priorities in the Senate during the 193rd Session of the General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.

A Proven Track Record.

First elected in 2010, Nick served 8 years in the Massachusetts House of Representatives before being elected to the State Senate in 2018. He is currently the Senate Chair of the Joint Committee on State Administration and Regulatory Oversight, and is the Vice Chair of the Joint Committee on Community Development and Small Business. He is also a past chair of the Legislature’s Boston Delegation.

Learn about what Nick is doing for the District

Nick “has his finger on the pulse of every major issue in the district — the abuse of prescription painkillers, the need for reentry jobs for prisoners, the continuing expansion of the South Boston waterfront, and the need to jump-start development in poorer neighborhoods.”

— The Boston Globe

A Responsive Leader.

Nick has been honored by several community organizations, including the Massachusetts Organization for Addiction Recovery, the Children’s League of Massachusetts, the Massachusetts League of Community Health Centers and the Urban Public Safety Alliance of Massachusetts, among others. 

Nick has worked to ensure LGBT inclusion in South Boston’s St. Patrick’s Day Parade and was proud to support legislation so that women receive equal pay for equal work. An advocate for the Earned Income Tax Credit to help lift families out of poverty, he also supported tax breaks for seniors so they can stay in their homes and has called on corporations and nonprofits to include more women in leadership roles.

Massachusetts 1st Suffolk District.

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