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Governor's Council approves or rejects potential state judges. As an attorney and former special education teacher who's worked with court-involved youth, I know that judges matter.

I'm asking for your vote in November so that I can continue advocating for:

  • mental health and substance abuse experts in our justice system,

  • diversion programs for youth,

  • addressing racial sentencing disparities,

  • local representation on Parole Board and in our courts,

  • protecting women's and LGBTQ rights

About Paul:

ATTORNEY

SPECIAL EDUCATION TEACHER

FATHER

As an educator, Paul has developed and taught in alternative programming for adolescents coping with trauma and social-emotional disabilities. He was also a Principal Resident in Boston Public Schools.

As an attorney, Paul has practiced in state and federal court and been recognized for his pro bono work in education law, and managed a solo practice. He has also served on the Worcester Planning Board.

Wesleyan University, BA​

Northeastern University School of Law, JD

Fitchburg State University, MEd

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About Governor's Council

Governor's Council approves or rejects the Governor's judicial nominees; appointments to Parole Board and Industrial Accident Board; and commutations and pardons. 

Councillors are elected from 8 districts to 2-year terms. Paul represents District 7.  Currently that's 65 communities in Central Massachusetts. (Click for list.)

Redistricting has changed District 7 for 2022. Paul's excited to introduce himself to voters Westford, Westborough, Groton, and Shirley (click for new list).

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