Elected Officials

Elected Officials - City Government
The City, like all aspects of government, is in-charge of a lot, including:  first responders, recreation, and water. The City of Haverhill has a strong mayor form of government with Mayor James J. Fiorentini  currently serving as Mayor. Haverhill also has a representative City Council, which is a nine-member body elected at-large by City voters. City elections are held annually on the first Tuesday in November during odd-numbered years.

Elected Officials - State Government 

The City of Haverhill derives its authority from the state, properly known as the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. All executive, statewide offices are up every four years, falling on even-numbered years that are not presidential election years. Governor's Councillor, State Senator, and State Representative are elected every two years.

GOVERNOR LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR SECRETARY OF THE COMMONWEALTH
Charles D. Baker Karyn Polito William F. Galvin
(617) 725-4005 (617) 725-4005 (617) 727-7030
Room 280 Room 280 Room 1611
Massachusetts State House Massachusetts State House John W. McCormack Building
24 Beacon St 24 Beacon St 1 Ashburton Pl
Boston, MA 02133 Boston, MA 02133 Boston, MA 02108

ATTORNEY GENERAL TREASURER AND RECEIVER-GENERAL AUDITOR
Maura T. Healey Deborah B. Goldberg Suzanne M. Bump
(617) 727-2200 (617) 367-6900 (617) 727-2075
20th Floor Room 227 Room 230
John W. McCormack Building Massachusetts State House Massachusetts State House
1 Ashburton Pl 24 Beacon St 24 Beacon St
Boston, MA 02108 Boston, MA 02133 Boston, MA 02133

GOVERNOR'S COUNCILLOR STATE SENATOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE
Eileen R. Duff Diana DiZoglio Andres X. Vargas
EileenDuff3@gmail.com Diana.DiZoglio@masenate.gov Andy.Vargas@mahouse.gov
617-725-4015, ext. 5 (617) 722-1604 (617) 722-2396
Room 360 Room 416-B Room 136
Massachusetts State House Massachusetts State House Massachusetts State House
24 Beacon Street 24 Beacon Street 24 Beacon Street
Boston, MA 02133 Boston, MA 02133 Boston, MA 02133

STATE REPRESENTATIVE STATE REPRESENTATIVE STATE REPRESENTATIVE
Linda Dean Campbell Lenny Mirra Christina Minicucci
Linda.Campbell@mahouse.gov Leonard.Mirra@mahouse.gov Christina.Minicucci@mahouse.gov
617-722-2380 (617) 722-2488 (617) 722-2582
Room 238 Room 548 Room 448
Massachusetts State House Massachusetts State House Massachusetts State House
24 Beacon Street 24 Beacon Street 24 Beacon Street
Boston, MA 02133 Boston, MA 02133 Boston, MA 02133

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Elected Officials - Federal Government 
The state shares the bulk of governing with the United States federal government. The federal government alone maintains the military, runs the Post Office, establishes foreign policy, conducts trade, and establishes copyright and patent laws. The President is elected every four years on leap years. U.S. Senators are elected for six-year terms (staggered) to the U.S. Senate. U.S. Congressmen are elected every two years to the U.S. House of Representatives.

PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
Joe Biden
(202) 456-1111
The White House
1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20500

U.S. SENATOR
(CLASS I)
U.S. SENATOR
(CLASS II)
U.S. CONGRESSMAN
Elizabeth A. Warren Edward J. Markey Lori Trahan
(617) 565-3170 (617) 565-8519 (978) 459-0101
2400 JFK Federal Building 975 JFK Federal Building 15 Union Street
15 New Sudbury Street 15 New Sudbury Street 4th Floor
Boston, MA 02203 Boston, MA 02203 Lawrence, MA 01840
(202) 224-4543 (202) 224-2742 (202) 225-3411
317 Hart Senate Office Building 255 Dirksen Senate Office Building 2439 Rayburn House Office Building
120 Constitution Ave NE 50 Constitution Ave NE
45 Independence Ave SW
Washington, DC 20510 Washington, D.C. 20002 Washington, D.C. 20515