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Lunch with a Legislator: Representative Kimberly Ferguson

Updated: Sep 21

Rep. Kimberly Ferguson is a Republican who represents Massachusetts' 1st District in the MA State House of Representatives.





Kimberly N. Ferguson was first elected State Representative for the First Worcester District in November 2010 and is currently serving her sixth term. The First Worcester District is comprised of Holden, Paxton, Princeton, Rutland, Sterling (Precinct 1), and Westminster (Precinct 2). In January, 2021 Representative Ferguson was named 2nd Assistant Minority Leader for the House. Additionally, she currently sits on the Joint Committee on Higher Education and the Special Joint Committee on Redistricting. Representative Ferguson recently completed ten years as Ranking member on the Joint Committee on Education, and played a key role in passage of the Student Opportunity Act, as well as several other key education initiatives. She has served on the Joint Committee on Ways and Means, the House Committee on Rules, the Joint Committee on Elder Affairs, the Joint Committee on Children, Families, and Persons with Disabilities, and the Foundation Budget Review Commission. She currently serves on the Brain Injury Commission and the Families and Children Requiring Assistance Advisory Board. Kimberly is a State Director for Women in Government and is a member of the MA Caucus of Women Legislators. Prior to being elected State Representative, she served on the Wachusett Regional School District Committee for three years and then the Town of Holden Board of Selectmen for eight years.

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