Sen. Lesser Launches Updated Website at Start of New Term to Serve as A "Digital Town Hall"

SPRINGFIELD — Senator Eric P. Lesser launched a new and improved website at the start of his third term that he hopes will better connect constituents with state services and keep them up-to-date with his work.

“This new website will ensure that constituents can get in touch with me to register their opinions and get the help they need, as well as stay informed about news from the State House. My hope is that this site will be a digital town hall, maintaining my goal to operate a fully modern and transparent office that translates constituents’ concerns into action,” said Sen. Lesser.

The site features updated functionality, including the ability to email Sen. Lesser directly with constituent cases. It also includes links and forms to help residents visit the State House, get help with a state agency, apply for an internship in Sen. Lesser’s office or connect with his social media accounts, and register their support or opposition to legislation.

It will also be the location where residents can find information about upcoming events, such as the third annual Thrive After 55 Wellness Fair, and links to reports, such as the NewDEAL Forum’s 2017 report, “The Future of Work: Policy Proposals for the Modern Economy,” which Sen. Lesser co-wrote.

The site can be accessed at and will be updated regularly with news about Sen. Lesser’s work at the State House and around the First Hampden and Hampshire District.