State Goverance & Advocacy

State Web Links

Website Description
Commonwealth of Massachusetts Official website for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, also known as
Massachusetts Legislature Official website for the Massachusetts Legislature

State Offices

Website Description
District Represented 10th Middlesex
Newton - Wd. 1, Pcts. 1, 4; Wd. 3, Pct. 4
Waltham - Wds. 5, 6; Wd. 7, Pct. 2; Wds. 8, 9
Watertown - Pct. 10

Major Political Parties

Website Description
Massachusetts Republican Party Official Party Site
Massachusetts Democratic Party Official Party Site
Massachusetts Green Party Official Party Site
The Libertarian Party of Massachusetts Official Party Site
United Independent Party Official Party Site
Town Committee Membership - Republican (PDF)
Town Committee Membership - Democrat (PDF)

Consumer Affairs

Website Description
The Office of the Attorney General One Ashburton Pl.
Boston, MA 02108
Ph: (617) 727-7750 or (617) 727-7780
Consumer Assistance Office-Metro West, Inc. This Office works in cooperation with the State's Attorney General's Office to provide consumer information and free voluntary mediation services to consumers who have encountered problems with businesses.
Better Business Bureau Serving Eastern Mass, Maine, and Vermont
Bureau Information Services
Better Business Bureau, Inc.
235 West Central Street, Suite 1
Natick, MA 01760-3767
Ph: (508) 652-4800

Other State Links

Website Description
Massachusetts Municipal Association Welcome to the home page of the Massachusetts Municipal Association, the voice of cities and towns in Massachusetts.
MetroBoston DataCommon MetroBoston DataCommon is a online mapping tool. A partnership between the Metropolitan Area Planning Council (MAPC) and the Boston Indicators Project, it makes available a wealth of data about cities and towns in Massachusetts. Explore data, print out instant community snapshots or maps, and create your own maps.
Massachusetts Vital Records The Registry collects, processes, corrects and issues copies of vital records (birth, death and marriage) that occurred in Massachusetts from 1926 to the present. Records for events that occurred from 1841-1925 are available at the State Archives (617) 727-2816. Earlier records may be available at the City or Town of Occurrence. There are several functions that the Registry performs. Select your area of interest