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Massachusetts House 20th Middlesex

The Massachusetts House of Representatives is comprised of 160 members, each representing a district of approximately 40,000 people and each elected for a two-year term. As required by the Massachusetts Constitution, the House meets year-round in either formal or informal session to consider legislation. The Massachusetts House is led by the Speaker of the House who is elected by the members of the body at the beginning of each two-year legislative session. Base salary for each representative is approximately $66,256.

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    Michelle Mullet

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What are your top two legislative priorities for the next session, and why?

Coping with COVID-19 has resulted in decreased state revenues and increased expenses in unexpected areas. Name two specific steps the state should take to balance the budget.

What specific initiatives would you support to address housing inequality in Massachusetts?

What steps would you take to ensure the future of public transportation and how would you fund these?

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Michelle Mullet is an activist, advocate and environmentalist. She has lobbied at the Massachusetts State House for many organizations including the ACLU, Moms Demand Action, Sandy Hook Promise and Sierra Club. Before running for office, she worked as a solar energy consultant for Trinity Solar in Wilmington. She recently served on the Board of Trustees for the Flint Memorial Library in North Reading. She holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Texas at Austin.
The most urgent issues facing our district are the environment and transportation Our district is a growing, commuter suburb that needs more options besides the worst traffic in the nation and a crumbling infrastructure when it comes to options like trains and buses. We need new leadership that have a better understanding of how to bring the Commonwealth into the 21st Century with a new, electric car charging infrastructure and bullet trains. We need to get Massachusetts to 100% renewable energy
1.Pass the Fair Share Amendment. 2. Raise the Tax Rate on Capital Gains and Dividends/Interest.
I support the Homes Guarantee initiative. It treats housing as a human right and not just a commodity. I support 40B housing throughout the district and I think we should change the NIMBY culture in the suburbs to reflect its growing diversity and working class families. New buildings should be Net Zero buildings whenever economically feasible.
The future of public transportation in the Commonwealth must be forward thinking and environmentally friendly. We need a better electric car charging infrastructure. We need to convert trains from diesel to electric. The MBTA should be free. We need an East/West Rail line. We need a Red/Blue Connector line. How do we pay for all of this? The Fair Share Amendment.