Senators Eric Lesser and Ryan Fattman Announce Upcoming Events For Millennial Engagement Initiative
Senator Eric P. Lesser (D-Longmeadow) and Senator Ryan Fattman (R-Webster) today announced a series of roundtables and events as part of the Massachusetts Senate’s Millennial Engagement Initiative.
The bipartisan initiative, co-chaired by Senators Lesser and Fattman, was announced earlier this month by Senate President Stan Rosenberg and aims to encourage more millennials to become involved in the legislative process.
“From Fall River to Holyoke, from Lawrence to Amherst, we are working to develop a sense of what is important to young people, whether it’s affordable housing, student debt or access to transportation,” Senator Lesser said.
“It is my pleasure to announce these upcoming events with Senator Lesser for the Millennial Engagement Initiative. These events are crucial to integrating millennials into the politics of the Commonwealth, and allow us as legislators to build relations with young people and have a better understanding of their viewpoint. Events like these are paramount to implementing legislation and policy that matters to the people of the Commonwealth,” Senator Fattman said.
The following event dates and locations are confirmed:
March 25 5-College Area Roundtable at UMass Amherst (hosted by Senate President Stan Rosenberg and Senator Eric Lesser)
March 30 Quincy (hosted by Senator John Keenan)
April 6 Fall River (hosted by Senator Michael Rodrigues)
April 11 Holyoke (hosted by Mayor Alex Morse)
April 14 Sutton (hosted by Senator Ryan Fattman)
April 27 Lawrence (hosted by Senator Barbara L’Italien)
April 29 Young Veterans Roundtable in Westfield (hosted by Senator Lesser, Senator Humason and Representative John Velis)
Additional events will be added in the future. More details on these events will be provided in advance of each event. For further information on any of the above events, please contact Michael Clark, Chief of Staff to Senator Eric P. Lesser, at Michael.Clark@masenate.gov or 413-265-9819.