Congressman Joe Kennedy

Representing the 4th District of Massachusetts


Congressman Joe Kennedy working for Massachusetts constituents

  • 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!
  • 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.
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Latest News

Aug 15, 2016 Press Release

Newton, MA – Congressman Joe Kennedy III announced today the Taunton Fire Department received a grant of $1,340,360 under the Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response (SAFER) Grants Program. These funds will be used by the department to hire seven firefighters. 

Jul 13, 2016 Press Release

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Joe Kennedy III today applauded bipartisan passage of his Consumer Review Fairness Act by the House of Representatives Energy & Commerce Committee. Introduced with Congressman Leonard Lance (R-NJ), this legislation would ensure American consumers can post honest business reviews and feedback online without fear of retribution. 

Jul 12, 2016 Press Release

Washington, D.C. – One month after the horrific attack against the LGBT community in Orlando, Congressman Joe Kennedy III released the following statement in response to today’s Republican-led hearing on the discriminatory “First Amendment Defense Act.”

Jul 11, 2016 In The News

One month after a deadly attack against the LGBT community in Orlando, Republican Leadership in the House of Representatives will mark this week’s anniversary in an ugly way: by considering a piece of legislation that would bar the federal government from taking action when individuals or businesses attempt to deny, discriminate against or otherwise dehumanize LGBT Americans.