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James J. Bruin

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James J. Bruin
Member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives from the 15th Middlesex district
In office
Preceded bySeat created
Succeeded byJames L. O'Dea
Mayor of Lowell, Massachusetts
In office
Preceded byCharles H. Slowey
Succeeded byDewey G. Archambault
Personal details
BornOctober 31, 1898
Lowell, Massachusetts
DiedJanuary 26, 1949 (aged 50)
Lowell, Massachusetts
Political partyDemocratic
Alma materNortheastern University School of Law

James J. Bruin (October 31, 1898–January 26, 1949) was an American politician from Lowell, Massachusetts.

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Early life

Bruin was born on October 31, 1898 in Lowell. In 1922 he graduated from the Northeastern University School of Law.[1]

Political career

Bruin served on the Lowell school committee from 1923 to 1925.[1] In 1932 he was the Democratic nominee for the United States House of Representatives seat in Massachusetts's 5th congressional district, but lost to incumbent Edith Nourse Rogers. From 1934 to 1935 he was the mayor of Lowell.[1] In 1934 he was the Democratic nominee for Middlesex County District Attorney, but lost to incumbent Warren L. Bishop.[2] In 1948, Bruin returned to elected office as a member of the Lowell city council. Later that year he was elected to the Massachusetts House of Representatives. However, Bruin died on January 26, 1949, soon after taking office.[1]


  1. ^ a b c d Public Officers of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts 1949-50. Retrieved July 24, 2016.
  2. ^ "Bishop Reelected by Wide Margin". The Boston Daily Globe. November 8, 1934.
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