Denise Provost

Denise Provost is seeking reelection as state representative for the 27th Middlesex district.

General Information

Name : Denise Provost
Place of residence : 20 Albion Street, Somerville, MA



Attended college : Yes
College : Bennington College, Bennington, VT
Degree : B.A.
Year of graduation : 1971

Grad school

Ph D.

University : Boston University School of Law
Year of graduation : Juris Doctor, 1982

Employment Information

Job titles held : Assistant City Solicitor, Newton and Somerville, Attorney in Private Practice, Alderman at Large, State Representative
Employers : City of Newton, City of Somerville, self, Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Political Information

Party affiliation : Democrat
Running for a: State office
Running for position: State Representative, 27th Middlesex District
Chamber/district: House of representatives, 27th Middlesex District
Incumbent: Yes
First elected: 07 February 2006
Previous elective offices : Alderman at Large, Somerville, 1999, 2001, 2003, 2005
Unsuccessful bids for elective offices : Ward 5 Alderman, Somerville, 1993, 1995

Campaign Manager

Name : lee Palmer
Title : Campaign manager


Website : www.deniseprovost.org
Facebook : Representative Denise Provost

Other facts

I've lived in Somerville for more than 30 years, and served the city as assistant City Solicitor, Alderman, and State Representative. My husband and I have raised our children here, where they attended the Somerville public schools. We are deeply involved in the life of this community and its people, and understand their challenges and concerns. More than a dozen organizations have endorsed my re-election—please see the "endorsements" section of my website, www.deniseprovost.org


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