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Paul Heroux

Paul Heroux
Born Taunton, Massachusetts
Residence Attleboro, Massachusetts
Alma mater Harvard School of Government - MPA in Public Administration
London School of Economics - MSc in International Relations
University of Pennsylvania -
MS in Criminology
University of Southern California- BA in Psychology & Neuroscience
Occupation Massachusetts State Representative
Political party
Democratic Party
Website
House Profile/Campaign Website

Paul Heroux (born Taunton, Massachusetts, 1976) is an American politician who is the State Representative from the Second Bristol District, Massachusetts, first elected in 2012.

Contents

  • Political career 1
  • Personal life 2
  • Career 3
  • Education 4
  • References 5

Political career

Paul Heroux was first elected in 2012 as the

  1. ^ http://www.thesunchronicle.com/election/democrat-heroux-to-take-on-ross-for-attleboro-state-rep/article_a55d14aa-f899-11e1-bb9d-0019bb2963f4.html
  2. ^ http://www.thesunchronicle.com/election/challenger-heroux-defeats-ross-in-landslide-for-city-state-rep/article_09131f1a-2885-11e2-a8d6-001a4bcf887a.html
  3. ^ http://www.thesunchronicle.com/news/local_news/heroux-takes-rep-oath/article_93371470-544f-5757-9404-383da589637e.html
  4. ^ a b c "About Paul". 
  5. ^ http://www.huffingtonpost.com/paul-heroux/

References

Education

Career

Heroux is known for his knowledge of crime policy, macroeconomics, mental health advocacy, and Middle East affairs.[5]

Heroux was raised in Attleboro to small business drug store owners. He was awarded the 'Most Genuine' class superlative from his 1995 high school class for a complete abstinence to alcohol and drugs. Heroux holds two Ivy League master's degrees from Harvard University and the University of Pennsylvania, respectively, a master's from the London School of Economics, and a bachelor's degree from the University of Southern California.[4]

Personal life

[3] he was sworn in as freshmen representative on January 2, 2013.[2]

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