Aaron Michlewitz

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Aaron Michlewitz
Member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives from the 3rd Suffolk District
Incumbent
Assumed office
July 8, 2009
Preceded by Salvatore DiMasi
Personal details
Political party Democratic
Residence Boston, Massachusetts
Alma mater Northeastern University

Aaron Michlewitz is a Democratic member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives from the 3rd Suffolk District, within the city of Boston, Massachusetts. The 3rd Suffolk District encompasses the North End, Waterfront, Chinatown, South End, Financial District, Bay Village, Leather District, and parts of Beacon Hill, Back Bay, and Upper Roxbury neighborhoods.

Michlewitz was elected in a special election following the resignation of Salvatore DiMasi. On May 19, 2009, Michlewitz won the Democratic primary with 50.19 percent of the vote, defeating Susan Passoni (46.13 percent), Lucinda Rivera (2.44 percent), and Brian Ross (1.04 percent).[1] On June 16,2009 Michlewitz won the general election with 79.78 percent of the vote, defeating non-party candidate John A Keith (14.83 percent) and Republican candidate David Trumbull (4.37 percent).[2]

Prior to the election, Michlewitz worked for the Former Speaker of the Massachusetts House of Representatives Sal DiMasi as his Constituent Services Director from 2004 until DiMasi's resignation on January 27, 2009.[3]

Michlewitz was re-elected in 2010 and in 2012, facing no primary or general election opponents in either year.[4]

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