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169th Massachusetts General Court (1975–1976)

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169th
Massachusetts General Court
168th 170th
Overview
Legislative bodyGeneral Court
TermJanuary 1, 1975 (1975-01-01) – October 14, 1976 (1976-10-14)[1]
ElectionNovember 4, 1974
Senate
Members40
PresidentKevin B. Harrington (2nd Essex)
Party controlDemocrat[2]
House
Members240
SpeakerThomas W. McGee (20th Essex district)
Party controlDemocrat[3]
Kevin Harrington, Senate president.
Thomas McGee, House speaker.
Leaders of the Massachusetts General Court, 1975.

The 169th Massachusetts General Court, consisting of the Massachusetts Senate and the Massachusetts House of Representatives, met in 1975 and 1976 during the governorship of Michael Dukakis. Kevin B. Harrington served as president of the Senate and Thomas W. McGee served as speaker of the House.[4]

Senators

Representatives

  • Antone Aguiar [5]
  • Theodore Aleixo
  • Alfred Almeida
  • Robert Ambler
  • John Ames
  • Carol Amick
  • Peter Asiaf
  • Wilfred Balthazar
  • David Bartley
  • Timothy Bassett
  • Wilfred Beauchesne
  • Louis Bertonazzi
  • Francis Bevilacqua
  • Donald Bliss
  • Raymond Boffetti
  • Robert Bohigian
  • Royal L. Bolling Jr. [6]
  • George Bourque
  • Joseph Brett
  • Thomas Brownell
  • John Buckley
  • Charles Buffone
  • Nicholas Buglione
  • Doris Bunte [6]
  • Kevin Burke
  • Walter Burke
  • John Businger
  • Laurence Buxbaum
  • Sean Cahillane
  • Howard Cahoon
  • Fred Cain
  • Eleanor Campobasso
  • William Carey
  • Angelo Cataldo
  • Robert Cerasoli
  • Rudy Chmura
  • Steve T. Chmura
  • John Coffey
  • Gerald Cohen
  • Lincoln Cole
  • Andrew Collaro
  • James Collins
  • H. Thomas Colo
  • William Connell
  • Edward Connelly
  • Michael Connolly
  • James Conway
  • Francis Coppinger
  • Leo Corazzini
  • Genevra Counihan
  • Edward Coury
  • Gilbert Cox
  • James J. Craven, Jr.
  • Michael Creedon
  • Thomas Creighton
  • Sidney Curtiss
  • John Cusack
  • Michael Daly
  • Alan Danovitch
  • William Delahunt
  • Frederick Dello Russo
  • Richard Demers
  • Arthur Desrocher
  • Edward Dickson
  • Brian Donnelly
  • Robert Donovan
  • Francis Doris
  • John Driscoll
  • Dennis Duffin
  • Richard Dwinell
  • Edward Early
  • Charles Engdahl
  • Thomas Fallon
  • Mary Fantasia
  • John Farland
  • Michael Feeney
  • Philip Filosa
  • John Finnegan
  • Richard Finnigan
  • Kevin Fitzgerald
  • Charles Flaherty
  • Michael Flaherty
  • Bernard Flynn
  • Peter Flynn
  • William Flynn
  • Robert L. Fortes [6]
  • Bruce Freeman
  • James Gaffney
  • Anthony Gallugi
  • Edward Galotti
  • Ann Gannett
  • Joseph Garczynski
  • Donald Gaudette
  • Robert Gillette
  • Mary H. Goode [6]
  • Paul Goulston
  • Barbara Gray
  • Henry Grenier
  • James Grimaldi
  • Gerard Guilmette
  • Edward Harrington
  • Peter Harrington
  • Norris Harris
  • Francis W. Hatch Jr.
  • Jonathan Healy
  • Daniel Henderson
  • William Hogan
  • Iris Holland
  • Marie Elizabeth Howe
  • James Hurrell
  • Philip Johnston
  • Gary Jones
  • Raymond A. Jordan Jr. [6]
  • Daniel Joyce
  • Dennis Kearney
  • James Keefe
  • John Kelleher
  • Richard Kendall
  • Robert B. Kennedy
  • Arthur Khoury
  • John King
  • Mel King [6]
  • William Kitterman
  • Matthew Kuss
  • Raymond LaFontaine
  • Nickolas Lambros
  • Richard Landry
  • David Lane
  • Donat LaPlante
  • Francis LaPointe
  • Peter Lappin
  • Mark Lawton
  • Gerald Lombard
  • Michael Lombardi
  • Charles Long
  • John Long
  • Thomas D. Lopes [6]
  • Garreth Lynch
  • Charles MacKenzie
  • William MacLean
  • Thomas Mahoney
  • Donald Manning
  • M. Joseph Manning
  • Robert Manzelli
  • Edward Markey
  • Angelo Marotta
  • Frank Matrango
  • Anthony McBride
  • Peter McCarthy
  • Terrence McCarthy
  • Peter McDowell
  • Thomas McGee
  • Charles McGowan
  • Richard J. McGrath
  • Richard M. McGrath
  • Arthur McKenna
  • Michael McLaughlin
  • Robert McNeil
  • Paul Means
  • John Melia
  • Elizabeth Metayer
  • David Mofenson
  • William Mullin
  • John Murphy
  • William Nagle
  • Andrew Natsios
  • Joseph Navin
  • Louis Nickinello
  • Elaine Noble
  • James Nolen
  • Nils Nordberg
  • Thomas Norton
  • James O'Brien
  • Henry O'Donnell
  • James O'Leary
  • O Roland Orlandi
  • Robert Owens
  • Raymond Peck
  • Robert Penta
  • Felix Perrault
  • John Perry
  • Robert Phelan
  • William Pickett
  • Angelo Picucci
  • Ronald Pina
  • Lois Pines
  • Vincent Piro
  • Daniel Pokaski
  • Manuel Raposa
  • Robert Reynolds
  • William Robinson
  • A David Rodham
  • Richard Rogers
  • Maurice Ronayne
  • Raymond Rourke
  • J. Michael Ruane
  • John Rucho
  • Alfred Saggese
  • Sherman Saltmarsh
  • Angelo Scaccia
  • Joseph Scelsi
  • Anthony Scibelli
  • James Segel
  • Joseph Semensi
  • Emanuel Serra
  • William Shaughnessy
  • C. Vincent Shea
  • Philip Shea
  • Edward Shortell
  • Richard Silva
  • Thomas Simons
  • James Smith
  • George Sprague
  • William Starzec
  • Gregory Sullivan
  • Karen Swanson
  • David Swartz
  • Robert Teahan
  • John Toomey
  • Theodore Trudeau
  • Peter Velis
  • Robert Vigneau
  • Carlton Viveiros
  • Max Volterra
  • Henry Walker
  • Norman Weinberg
  • Bruce Wetherbee
  • Robert Wetmore
  • Thomas White
  • W. Paul White
  • Bernard Wilber
  • George Woods
  • George Young
  • Bruce Zeiser

Images

See also

References

  1. ^ "Length of Legislative Sessions". Manual for the Use of the General Court. Boston: Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 2009. p. 348+.
  2. ^ "Composition of the Massachusetts State Senate", Resources on Massachusetts Political Figures in the State Library, Mass.gov, archived from the original on June 6, 2020
  3. ^ "Composition of the State of Massachusetts House of Representatives", Resources on Massachusetts Political Figures in the State Library, Mass.gov, archived from the original on June 6, 2020
  4. ^ "Organization of the Legislature Since 1780". Manual for the Use of the General Court. Boston: Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 2005. p. 338+.
  5. ^ a b Edward B. O'Neill and Wallace C. Mills. 1975–1976 Public Officers of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h Black Legislators in the Massachusetts General Court: 1867-Present, State Library of Massachusetts, 2010, hdl:2452/48905

Further reading

  • Election Statistics: The Commonwealth of Massachusetts (1974), Secretary of the Commonwealth, 1975, hdl:2452/43466

External links

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