Sen. Sal DiDomenico has once again been appointed to the position of Assistant Majority Leader of the Massachusetts Senate, serving as a select member of Senate President Karen Spilka’s leadership team.
The Senator has also been tasked with chairing the Senate Committee on Bills in Third Reading and serving as Vice Chair of the Joint Committee on Education.
This legislative session, the Senator will also serve as a member of the Joint Committee on Labor and Workforce Development, the Joint Committee on Export Development, Senate Committee on Steering and Policy, and the Senate Committee on Personnel and Administration. As the new Vice Chair of the Joint Committee on Education and as a longtime champion of early education and Chapter 70 funding reform, DiDomenico will play a key role in shaping new education policy and legislative oversight of the implementation of the Student Opportunity Act.
“It is an honor to once again be appointed to Senate President Spilka’s leadership team, and I would like to thank her for placing her confidence in me to help lead the Senate body. As our Commonwealth continues battling and recovering from COVID-19, there are many challenges that lie ahead of the Legislature. My district in particular has been hit hard by this pandemic and its economic fallout, and this leadership post will help to ensure our community’s voice plays a prominent role in shaping the Senate’s legislative priorities. I am looking forward to a productive legislative session and addressing the most pressing needs of our district.”