BOSTON – Newly-elected Framingham state representative Jack Lewis was sworn in at the Massachusetts State House as one of Framingham state representatives.
Lewis, who was elected in November, replaces State Rep. Tom Sannicandro, who chose not to seek re-election after a dozen years.
Lewis, who was the former executive director of OUT MetroWest, will serve the Town of Ashland and one-third of the 18 Precincts in Framingham.
Framingham has three representatives. The other two are Rep. Chris Walsh and Rep. Carmine Gentile, who represents only Precinct 3, along with Sudbury, Wayland, and part of Marlboro.
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