Early on in his first year in office, Congressman Kennedy made a commitment to the constituents of the 4th District that he would bring public office hours to each of the 34 cities and towns in the district by the end of his first year. Building of the success of the first tour, he was happy to relaunch Tour 34 this term. Click here to find out when he'll be in your community!
In the midst of a historically snowy winter for our state and district, please continue to take precautions. Click here for safety tips and dial 2-1-1 at any time for non-emergency information and assistance. In case of emergency, dial 9-1-1 immediately. Check on neighbors and the elderly, and stay safe!
Washington, DC – Congressman Joe Kennedy (MA-4) and Congressman Bill Keating (MA-9) today announced that Fall River will receive $226,000 in federal grants from the U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). The grants will be provided to the Fall River Housing Joint Tenant Council to support public housing programs throughout the city.
Washington, DC -- Congressman Joe Kennedy III released the following statement today following the Federal Communications Commission's votes on net neutrality and community broadband networks. Kennedy is a member of the House Energy & Commerce Committee which has jurisdiction over telecommunications.
Washington, DC – Congressman Joe Kennedy III today announced that he will hold a Facebook town hall this Friday, February 27 from 1:00PM-2:00PM. Constituents can participate by commenting on a specified post on the Congressman’s Facebook page.
Newton, MA – Congressman Joe Kennedy III today announced that he will continue his second ‘Tour 34’ by holding constituent office hours in Lakeville and Attleboro this Saturday, February 28.
Newton, MA – Congressman Joe Kennedy III today joined the Latino STEM Alliance for a discussion on expanding access to Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education. The roundtable coincided with the reintroduction of Congressman Kennedy’s STEM Gateways Act, which would work to ensure federal STEM efforts reach minorities, women and low-income communities.