Congressman Joe Kennedy

Representing the 4th District of Massachusetts
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  • Tour 34 Comes to Your Town

    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!
  • Massachusetts Storm Watch

    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!
  • STEM Education

    Congressman Kennedy has been a leading voice on Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) education in Washington and Massachusetts. Click here to read more about his work.
  • Follow Congressman Kennedy on Facebook!

    Click here to visit Congressman Kennedy's Facebook page. Like the page to get daily updates about what our office is doing in Washington and across the 4th District.

Latest News

Mar 21, 2015 In The News

Last year, a coalition of 238 businesses, schools, and trade associations sent a letter to Congress asking us to reauthorize and update the Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Act of 2006. From Raytheon to the NAACP to the Corn Refiners Association, this diverse group reached a notable consensus on a national imperative: education can help both students and businesses succeed.

Mar 18, 2015 Press Release
Bipartisan Perkins Modernization Act would align career/technical education with needs of local employers.
Mar 6, 2015 In The News

Open a newspaper or turn on the TV today and you'll be hard pressed to ignore the steady drumbeat of an improving economy. Unemployment rates are at pre-recession levels. Private sector jobs are growing at the fastest pace since 1997. The number of Americans without health insurance has fallen by nearly 30 percent.