Senator Hinds Assumes Office

Senator Hinds Assumes Office


January 4, 2017                                                                                                               


BOSTON – Today State Senator Adam G. Hinds (D- Pittsfield) joined his colleagues in the historic Senate Chamber on Beacon Hill to take the Oath of Office and begin serving as State Senator of the Berkshire, Hampshire, Franklin and Hampden District.  

“It was a profound honor to be sworn in today, during the opening proceedings of the 190th session of the General Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts,” said Hinds. “What a privilege it is to start the work of representing all citizens of the Berkshire, Hampshire, Franklin and Hampden District.”

Hinds cast his first vote during this morning’s session, in support of the candidacy of Senator Stanley C. Rosenberg (D- Amherst), who was unanimously reelected to serve as President of the Massachusetts Senate. 

“This is a humbling way to start this new year, a year that must be one where we do all we can to ensure everyone has the opportunity to thrive. I couldn't be more proud to do that work with all of you,” said Hinds.

Senator Hinds’ and his policy staff can be reached at the State House by calling (617) 722-1625 Monday through Friday during normal business hours.  His temporary office suite is located in Room 413-F of the State House.   His official Senate email account is [email protected].

A full staff list, as well as the Senator’s district office locations and phone numbers will be announced shortly.