Massachusetts ALEC Politicians
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For a list of politicians with known ALEC ties, please see ALEC Politicians.
This is a partial list of Massachusetts politicians that are known to be involved in, or previously involved in, the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC). It is a partial list. (If you have additional names, please add them with a citation. The names in this original list were verified as of posting.)
Legislators who have cut ties with ALEC publicly are also listed here.
Massachusetts Legislators with ALEC Ties
House of Representatives
- Rep. Nicholas A. Boldyga (R-3), former State Chairman (the position is vacant as of May 2014)
- Rep. Kevin Honan (D-17) 
- Rep. James R. Miceli (D-19) 
- Former Speaker Thomas M. Finneran 
- Rep. William McManus 
- Rep. Harriett L. Stanley (D-2), former State Chairman (the position is vacant as of May 2014)
- Rep. Bruce E. Tarr (R) House Minority Leader 
- Rep. Warren E Tolman 
- Rep. Patricia A. Walrath 
- American Legislative Exchange Council, "Solutions for the States," 38th Annual Meeting agenda, on file with CMD, August 3-6, 2011
- American Legislative Exchange Council, "ALEC State Chairmen, organization website, accessed April 2012
- American Legislative Exchange Council, State Chairmen, organizational website, accessed May 6, 2014.
- American Legislative Exchange Council, Sourcebook, annual organizational publication, 1995
- American Legislative Exchange Council, ’99 ALEC Leaders in the States, organizational document, archived by the Wayback Machine December 8, 2000, accessed November 2012