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FRAMINGHAM – State Representative-elect Priscila Sousa met with Senator Elizabeth Warren, yesterday, December 5.

“My newly elected colleagues and I had a chance to talk legislative priorities with Senator Elizabeth Warren. Topics discussed included economic development, accessible and affordable renewable energy, workforce development and federal funding to help the most vulnerable parts of the 6th Middlesex District,” posted Sousa on social media.

“We cannot tackle our most pressing issues without collaboration with our representatives at the federal level and I look forward to continuing exploring every possible avenue in the interest of our community,” said State-Rep.-elect Sousa, who will be sworn into office in January.

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Sousa is currently the elected School Committee member for District 5, and serves as the chair of the 9-member Committee.

She has said she plans to serve out her term through December 31, 2023 on the School Committee.

She won a Democratic primary election against former Framingham District 7 City Councilor Margareth Shepard in September 2022. She had no opponent on the November 2022 ballot.

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Photo from Sousa’s State Representative campaign page

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