FRAMINGHAM – Newly-elected State Representative Maria Robinson, a Democrats who represents Framingham, and re-elected State Rep. Jack Patrick Lewis, a Democrat, who represents Framingham and the Town of Ashland, opened a joint office in Framingham on Saturday, January 5.
The duo are occupying the office the late State Rep. Chris Walsh operated on 9 Vernon Street in Framingham. They held an open house on Saturday morning.
Rep. Lewis, who was elected to the 7th Middlesex District seat, represents the Town of Ashland and one-third the Precincts in Framingham.
Rep. Robinson, who was elected in November to the 6th Middlesex District seat, represents 11 of the 18 Precincts in Framingham.
Together, the two represent 17 of the 18 Precincts in Framingham.
There was a large Framingham crowd at the event, along with a few Ashland residents. Framingham Mayor Yvonne Spicer, Framingham City Councilor Cheryl Tully Stoll, Framingham School Committee Chair Adam Freudberg, and Framingham District 3 City Councilor Adam Steiner stopped by to tour the new space and chat with the two state representatives.
The two said they plan to hold regular office hours for their constituents at the office.
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