December 13 2017

Sen. Friedman Marks 100 Days in Office

On December 8, Senator Cindy Friedman (D-Arlington) celebrated her 100th day in the Massachusetts State Senate and released a list of moments she is proud of since she was sworn into office on July 27.

Friedman ran in a special election this past summer to succeed the late Senator Ken Donnelly, who passed away from brain cancer in April. She had worked as his chief of staff for nearly a decade and played an instrumental role in pushing his legislative agenda forward, the release states.

“Today marks my 100th day in office,” Friedman said in an email to constituents. “During the campaign, I said that I’d be ‘ready on Day 1’ and I meant it.”

According to the release, since the official swearing-in ceremony, Friedman has travelled throughout the 4th Middlesex district meeting with constituents, attending and speaking at community events, and discussing important issues impacting Massachusetts.

The release continues, saying she began her legislative duties at the State House by taking part in several key votes in the Senate to reform the criminal justice system, contain healthcare costs, reduce property tax rates for seniors, military personnel, and the disabled, and more.

“It’s been a busy few months and I’ve enjoyed every minute representing you on Beacon Hill,” Friedman said. “I look forward to continuing our work in the days, weeks, and months ahead.”

Friedman’s office created a list of “100 moments in 100 days,” which can be viewed click here.

Friedman can be contacted by phone at (617) 722-1432, by email at, or by mail at Massachusetts State House, Room 413-D, Boston, MA 02133.

Friedman represents the 4th Middlesex district, which includes Arlington, Billerica, Burlington, Woburn, and precincts 1-2 and 4-7 in Lexington.


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