Danielle Gregoire grew up in Marlborough and received a B.S. in Criminal Justice from St. Anselm College and a J.D. from Suffolk University Law School. She currently serves as the State Representative for the 4th Middlesex District, which includes portions of the city of Marlborough and the towns of Northborough and Westborough.

Danielle is currently the House Chair of the Joint Committee State Administration and Regulatory Overight. Prefviously, she served as chair of the Committee on Elder Affairs where she focused on support for families and patients suffering from Alzheimer’s as well as preventing elder abuse, and funding our elder nutrition programs.

In her time in the legislature, she has also served as a member on the Joint Committees on the Judiciary, Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure, Children, Families and Persons with Disabilities, Financial Services and Labor and Workforce Development.

From 2015-2016 legislative session, she was Vice-Chair of the Joint Committee on Education where she worked with her colleagues on early education development and Chapter 70 funding for our cities and towns.

Locally, Danielle is involved in multiple organizations, including the Marlborough Historical Society and the Marlborough Democratic City Committee.


Jobs & Economic Development

I am proud to have worked with the Baker/Polito administration and my legislative colleagues in a bi-partisan fashion, investing to bring a record number of new businesses and jobs to the Commonwealth and the 4th Middlesex District.

Since 2012, Marlborough, Northborough and Westborough have averaged over 35 new companies and 1,250 new jobs per year.

In 2017 and 2018, MassWorks and other grants authorized by the legislature brought over $10 Million to the district for infrastructure improvements.

We have renewed our commitment to workforce training in order to aid unemployed residents and fill critical gaps with investment in workforce training programs, tech schools and state universities and incentives for manufacturing at all levels.

Lastly, this year I supported a provision to bring back our annual sales tax holiday.


Climate change is real and Massachusetts is investing over$2 Billion in resiliency and adaptation strategies, enhancing environmental and natural resource protection and was the first state in the nation to sign on to the Paris Climate accords. I have also received the endorsement of the Environmental League of Massachusetts.

Public Safety

Our first responders put their lives on the line to keep us safe. I have supported record investment in public safety, including training and equipment dollars for police and fire. I am proud to have been endorsed by the Professional Firefighters of Massachusetts and the New England Police Benevolent Association.

Addressing the Opioid Crisis

For the first time in over ten years, Massachusetts saw a decrease in opioid overdose deaths. We have committed over $250 Million to create recovery centers, expanded access to community-based treatment, bulk purchase of narcan and we adopted the strongest fentanyl and carfentanyl trafficking statute in the country.

Serving our Seniors

We remain committed to our elders with increased funding for meals on wheels, elder abuse protection and home care services. This year, as the Chair of the Committee on Elder Affairs, I authored a first in the nation bill addressing the public health crisis of Alzheimer’s Disease and it will directly impact over 500,000 MA residents.

As your State Representative, I am honored to work hard for you every day to ensure employment opportunities and return investment on your tax dollars.  I ask for your consideration on November 4th so I can continue my efforts on behalf of all of our residents.


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