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Massachusetts House 11th Hampden

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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    Prince Golphin Jr.
    (Rep)

  • Bud L. Williams
    (Dem)

Biographical Information

State your relevant background.

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?

Campaign Phone (413) 657-8863
Having been involved in the Church as a minister for over 15years,I have long worked for positive change in our great city. During the last 5years I have much appreciated political experience volunteering. My family and I now feel that the time has come for me to seek elected office. I want to bring fresh ideas and positive solutions to the community of Massachusetts by running for State Representatives in District 11.
Bring back jobs -We have a lot of job leaving Springfeild we need to fine a way to bring jobs back here.We have a lot of people graduating now,how are there going to fine job if there are none. Education. We need to teach our youth about politics,because this world belong to them, that why they must learn this in school.

Coping with COVID-19 has resulted in decreased state revenues and increased expenses, it is out of the question that many low income housing or living areas can continue to provide. By refurbishing unused housing as well boarded up buildings. Manning theses places affordable for the tenants, that will bring in job.
Some residents don’t know the housing assistance they could get in Massachusetts, I support the refurbished of low housing in our district. And I also support law reform institute.
Treating all people fairly when it come to all transporation. When it comes to funding public transportation it is modal funding equity, ridership equity, but I need the one that is in office to help me, when come to funding transportation.
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