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Aaron MichlewitzDEMDemocrat State Representative, 3rd Suffolk District
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Aaron Michlewitz is a Democratic member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives from the 3rd Suffolk District, within the city of Boston, Massachusetts. The 3rd Suffolk District encompasses the North End, Waterfront, Chinatown, South End, Financial District, Bay Village, Leather District, and parts of Beacon Hill, and Back Bay neighborhoods. Michlewitz was elected in a special election following the resignation of Salvatore DiMasi in 2009. [1] Prior to the election, Michlewitz worked for the Former Speaker of the Massachusetts House of Representatives Sal DiMasi as his Constituent Services Director from 2004 until DiMasi's resignation on January 27, 2009. Michlewitz is currently serving his first term as the House Chairman of the Ways and Means Committee. He has previously served as Chairman of the Joint Committee on Financial Services, the Joint Committee on Public Service, and the Joint Committee on Election Laws. In 2016, Michlewitz was a leading author of Massachusetts's landmark legislation dealing with Transportation Network Companies like Uber and Lyft [2].

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Education4 - 4 of 2
Sawyer School of Management, Suffolk University
Northeastern University
BA Journalism
1996 - 2001
Past Positions1 - 4 of 4
House Ways and Means Chair
Commonwealth of Massachusetts House of Representatives
2023 - Current
Commonwealth of Massachusetts House of Representatives
2009 - Current
Constituent Services Director
Speaker DiMasi
2004 - 2009
City of Boston, Mayor's Office of Special Events and Tourism
2001 - 2004
Other Experience1 - 6 of 6
North End Waterfront Neighborhood Council
2005 - 2008
Ward 3 Democratic Committee
North End/Waterfront Residents Association
The Boston Groundwater Trust
Saint Anthony’s Society
Former Chair
Joint Financial Services Committee, Massachusetts State House of Representatives