DiDomenico's Kids First Initiative Highlighted in Senate President's Inaugural Remarks
BOSTON- Senator Sal DiDomenico (D-Everett) was recently sworn into the State Senate for another two year term representing the residents of Allston-Brighton, Cambridge, Charlestown, Chelsea, Everett and the West End of Boston. He was joined by his wife Tricia, sons Matthew and Sal, and his parents Marie and Sal.
It was a day to reflect on past accomplishments and look to the future, as the 40 member body once again voted for Senator Stan Rosenberg (D-Amherst) as Senate President. Rosenberg was escorted to the rostrum after his election by Senator DiDomenico and Senator Linda Dorcena Forry (D-Boston), where he laid out his plans for the upcoming session. During his remarks, the Senate President highlighted the Senate's "Kids First Initiative," which is led by Senator DiDomenico, and reaffirmed the Senate's commitment to Massachusetts’ youth.
Senator DiDomenico was deeply appreciative of the support he has received during his time in the Senate and he shared his statement below:
"It is an honor to once again be sworn in as the State Senator for the Middlesex and Suffolk District, and I sincerely thank my constituents for your trust and confidence. Serving in the Senate since 2010 has been a privilege that that I will never take lightly. My main focus has always been to help people - whether it be through legislation or constituent services. As legislators, is always our responsibility and obligation to be there for those who need our help the most, and I will continue to do so each and every day."
The last session was very productive, and we passed major pieces of legislation that will have a positive impact on the lives of millions of people in our state. I look forward to another successful session working with my colleagues under the leadership of my friend, Senate President Stan Rosenberg. Thank you again for giving me one of the greatest honors of my life - serving the children, families, and residents of my district."