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  Feeney, Maureen E.
NameMaureen E. Feeney
Boston, Massachusetts , United States
Born Unknown
ContributorNone Entered
Last ModifedRBH
Apr 01, 2013 02:57pm
InfoIn 1993, Maureen was elected to her first term on the Boston City Council. She has won each of her four elections by an overwhelming majority of voters. She presently chairs the committee on Government Operations, Boston 2004, and University- Community Relations. In the past, she has served as Vice President of the City Council, chaired the committee for Housing, chaired the Census & Redistricting 2002 Committee, and served as the Vice-Chair for the committee on Ways & Means.

Maureen is an experienced leader with a proven track record of delivering for her constituents. She is an acknowledged expert in the delivery of health care services and has taken a strong stand in protecting the non-profit care facilities, which serve her constituents. She has also devoted her efforts to improving education and has been in the forefront of advocating appropriate economic development in Boston and her district.

In addition to her legislative work, Maureen is also a Trustee of the Boston Medical Center and sits on the Board of Directors of the Daniel Marr Boys and Girls Club and Bay Cove Human Services.

Along with serving on the Ward 16 Democratic Committee for about 20 years, in 2002, Maureen was elected to the Democratic State Committee where she serves on the executive committee and is the State Committee Woman from the First Suffolk District.

She was also selected as Woman of the Year in 2000 by Friends for Children, a charity which provides mothers and children with social services and also directs them to social service agencies.


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  11/03/2009 Boston City Councillor - District 3 Won 98.02% (+96.05%)
  11/06/2007 Boston City Councillor - District 3 Won 83.38% (+66.77%)
  11/08/2005 Boston City Councillor - District 3 Won 80.63% (+61.26%)
  11/04/2003 Boston City Councillor - District 3 Won 100.00% (+100.00%)
  11/06/2001 Boston City Councillor - District 3 Won 80.54% (+61.09%)
  11/02/1999 Boston City Councillor - District 3 Won 80.69% (+61.38%)
  09/15/1998 MA State Senate - Suffolk & Norfolk - D Primary Lost 39.28% (-12.94%)
  12/09/1997 MA State Senate - Suffolk & Norfolk - Special D Primary Lost 36.64% (-2.10%)
  11/04/1997 Boston City Councillor - District 3 Won 71.98% (+43.97%)
  11/07/1995 Boston City Councillor - District 3 Won 83.26% (+66.53%)
  11/02/1993 Boston City Councillor - District 3 Won 70.74% (+41.48%)