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Stoughton's State Representatives, Galvin and Kafka, Sworn in for Another Term

State Representatives, William C. Galvin and Louis L.Kafka will represent Stoughton for the 188th Session of the General Court.

The following is a press release marking State Representatives William C. Galvin and Louis L. Kafka being sworn in for another term in the Massachusetts House of Representatives.

Galvin represents precincts 1, 5, 7 and 8 in Stoughton, while Kafka represents the other four (2, 3, 4 and 6). Both ran unopposed in the November election.

Click on the links below to read recent Q & A features with both representatives.

Q & A: Stoughton's State Representative William C. Galvin

Q & A: Stoughton's State Representative Louis L. Kafka

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Release: Representatives Galvin and Kafka Start New Term

Representatives William C. Galvin (D-Canton) and Louis L. Kafka (D-Stoughton) took their oath of office for the 2013 – 2014 Legislative Session on January 2. This is the twelfth term in office for both Representatives. 

“I am proud to represent the 6th Norfolk district, and look forward to another productive term in office working for my constituents,” stated Representative Galvin.

“It remains an honor to serve the 8th Norfolk as their Representative in the General Court, and I look forward to fighting on their behalf in this next session,” said Representative Kafka.

Speaker Robert A. DeLeo is expected to announce his committee appointments within the next few weeks. In the previous session, Representative Galvin served as the Chairman of the House Committee on Personnel & Administration, while Kafka chaired the House Committee on Steering, Policy, & Scheduling.

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Fiscal Conservative January 17, 2013 at 10:59 AM
Whoopie!!!! Who cares. Maybe that is the problem, nobody really cares about the future, as long as the status quo remains the same. People are afraid to see what real reform would do for them (bet it couldn't be any worse than now).

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