2021-2022 Legislative Leadership
On February 11-12, 2021, the Massachusetts State Senate President, Senator Karen Spilka (D-Ashand) and the Speaker of the Massachusetts House of Representatives, Representative Ron Mariano appointed their leadership teams, committee chairs and committee members.
In late January, the Legislature's two top Republicans set their leadership teams for the 2021-2022 term. Rep. Brad Jones of North Reading and Sen. Bruce Tarr of Gloucester were re-elected as minority leaders at the start of this session. Senator Tarr, who heads a three-man caucus in the 40-seat Senate, has tapped Sens. Ryan Fattman of Sutton and Patrick O'Connor of Weymouth each as assistant minority leaders. Jones kept his team mostly intact from last session, reappointing Rep. Brad Hill of Ipswich as first assistant minority leader and Reps. Susan Williams Gifford of Wareham and Paul Frost of Auburn as third assistant leaders. Rep. Kimberly Ferguson, a Holden Republican, is joining GOP leadership as the House's second assistant minority leader. Former Rep. Elizabeth Poirier, who did not seek re-election, held the post last session. In a letter to the House clerk, Jones wrote that he had also reappointed Rep. Todd Smola of Warren as the ranking minority member on the House Ways and Means Committee. Jones said he hopes "to have further committee assignments completed soon."
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