Senator DiDomenico Continues to Connect with Constituents 

  

BOSTON- Senator Sal DiDomenico (D-Everett) has launched a constituent services website to complement his outreach efforts on social media. The new website is designed to inform everyone on his stance on issues and keep residents up-to-date on the Senator’s work on Beacon Hill.

“I have always used social media as a means to stay in contact with my constituents when I am not out in the district,” said Senator DiDomenico. “I love hearing from residents regarding their thoughts and opinions on various policy issues, and Facebook and Twitter have become crucial forums for maintaining an open dialogue with my constituency. I am thrilled to now have a website that people can use as a resource for constituent services and a tool to find out more about the work I do in the State Senate to further our community and Massachusetts’s common goals and interests.”

The website includes a Constituent Services section complete with a Resources Guide, an option to receive help connecting with state agencies, as well as means of scheduling appointments with the Senator. Furthermore, the website contains recent press releases and news articles highlighting the work that the Senator and his colleagues are doing in the Massachusetts Senate.

Serving as State Senator since 2010, Senator DiDomenico represents a diverse district comprising of Allston-Brighton, Cambridge, Charlestown, Chelsea, Everett and the West End of Boston. Those interested in additional information on Senator DiDomenico and his district can follow him on Twitter (@SalDiDomenico), “like” his page on Facebook (State Senator Sal DiDomenico), or check out his new website at http://www.senatordidomenico.com. 

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