Walter Timilty

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Walter F. Timilty, Jr. is a Democratic member of the Massachusetts Senate from the Norfolk, Bristol and Plymouth district. Previously, he represented the 7th Norfolk District in the Massachusetts House of Representatives.

Academic and political career[edit]

He is a graduate of Milton Academy, Boston College, and the Southern New England School of Law. In addition to his time in the House, Timilty served as a Town Meeting Member in Milton, and as a member of the Milton Democratic Town Committee. He was re-elected in 2010, 2012, and 2014 without opposition.[1][2][3] Timilty's district included portions of Milton and Randolph, Massachusetts. In 2016, Timilty ran for State Senate and defeated independent candidate Jonathan Lott in the general election with 73.9% of the vote.[4]

Timilty family[edit]

Timilty's cousins include State Senator James Timilty and James' sister Kelly Timilty (a member of the Massachusetts Governor's Council). His uncle, their father, is former State Senator Joseph Timilty.[5]

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