MA House of Representatives

1st District

Richard Neal

Richard Neal has been a member of the US House of Representatives since 1989. He has been named the Chair of the House Committee on Ways and Means, letting him focus on taxes and revenue. Neal stands for traditionally liberal values as a member of the House.

2nd District

Jim McGovern

Jim McGovern has been a member of the US House since 1997, serving on the committee of agriculture and nutrition. McGovern has a deep political career, working on multiple campaigns prior to his election to the House.

3rd District

Lori Trahan

Lori Trahan has been a member of the US House of Representatives since 2019. Prior to her election to the House, she worked on political campaigns, and is the CEO of Concire Leadership Institute.

Joe Kennedy

4th District

A member of the famous political family (his grandfather was Robert F. Kennedy), Kennedy has served in the House of Representatives representing Massachusetts’s 4th district since 2013. He is a staunch liberal, continuing his family’s legacy in that regard.

Katherine Clark

5th District

Katherine Clark has been a member of the US House of Representatives since 2013. She is a Vice Chair of the House Democratic Caucus, as well as a member of the House Committee on Appropriations. Clark stands for traditionally liberal values, focusing on reforming gun laws.

Seth Moulton

6th District

Seth Moulton has been a member of the US House of Representatives since 2015. He is a member of the House Committee on the Budget as well as the House Committee on Armed Services.

Ayanna Pressley

7th District

In 2018, Pressley was the first black woman elected to Congress from Massachusetts. She has since become a national power as a member of the informal group “The Squad”, and has a progressive political agenda.

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Stephen Lynch

8th District

Before his current position, Lynch served in Massachusetts’s state legislature for a number of years. He is considered one of the more moderate members of Massachusetts’s congressional delegation, although he is still definitely a liberal.

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Bill Keating

9th District

Keating has been in politics since 1977 and has served a number of elected positions in Massachusetts. He is a liberal, and has focused much of his effort toward issues that affect his very maritime district.