Senator Sal DiDomenico has proudly served as State Senator for the Middlesex and Suffolk District of Massachusetts since May of 2010. He represents a diverse district that includes the communities of Everett, Chelsea, Charlestown, as well as parts of Allston-Brighton, Cambridge, and the West End of Boston. Throughout his tenure in the State Senate, Sal has remained committed to enhancing the lives of his constituents and residents across the Commonwealth.
Since his election to the State Senate, Senator DiDomenico has been a vocal advocate of ensuring high quality and accessible early education for children in the Commonwealth, improving economic opportunity for working families, and providing world-class healthcare for all children and their families in Massachusetts.
Senator DiDomenico currently serves as Vice Chairman of the Senate Committee on Ways and Means. Through his Vice Chairmanship, Senator DiDomenico holds a position in Senate President Stan Rosenberg’s leadership team, joining a select group of members chosen for their ability to lead and their commitment to advancing important issues for the Commonwealth. He is also a member of the Joint Committee on Election Laws and the Senate Committee on Ethics.
During his time in the State Senate, Senator DiDomenico has filed several major pieces of legislation that have been signed into law focusing on issues of community development, education, children's health, election laws, human services, and public safety. Senator DiDomenico has also been recognized by over thirty organizations for his advocacy in the Legislature.
Prior to his election to the State Senate, Sal began his work in public service by holding four terms as an Everett City Councilor and acting as Chief of Staff to former State Senator Anthony Galluccio. Before entering state government, he spent twelve years working in the hospitality industry at Sonesta International Hotels and Marriot International.
Senator DiDomenico is a graduate of Cambridge Rindge and Latin High School and earned his B.A. in Business Administration from Boston College.
Sal and his wife Tricia, a special education teacher, reside in Everett with their two sons, Matthew and Sal.