James J. Carrigan
|James J. Carrigan|
|Member of the Massachusetts Senate from the 1st Essex District|
|Preceded by||Charles V. Hogan|
|Succeeded by||Walter J. Boverini|
|Member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives from the 9th Essex District|
|Preceded by||Philip N. Carney|
|Succeeded by||Timothy A. Bassett|
April 25, 1941 |
|Alma mater||Suffolk University
Suffolk University Law School
James J. Carrigan is an American attorney and politician who served in the Massachusetts General Court.
In 1970, Carrigan was elected to the Massachusetts House of Representatives. During his first term, state senator Charles V. Hogan died and Carrigan won the special election to succeed him. However, Carrigan was unable to win a full term, as he lost the 1972 Democratic primary to Walter J. Boverini by under 500 votes.
- 1971–1972 Public Officers of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
- "Carrigan wins Essex county Senate seat". The Boston Globe. November 10, 1971.
- "Walter J. Boverini". The Daily Item (Lynn, MA). November 30, 2008. Retrieved March 12, 2013.
- "The Law Office of James J. Carrigan". Retrieved March 12, 2013.