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Massachusetts - DC Delegation

Massachusetts U.S. Officials


Sen. Ed Markey (D)                 202 224-2742           

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D)       202 224-4543

House of Representatives:

1 Neal, Richard E. D 341 CHOB 202-225-5601 Joint Taxation
Ways and Means
2 McGovern, James D 438 CHOB 202-225-6101 Agriculture
3 Tsongas, Niki D 1714 LHOB 202-225-3411 Armed Services
Natural Resources
4 Kennedy III, Joseph P. D 434 CHOB 202-225-5931

Energy and Commerce

5 Clark, Katherine D 1415 LHOB 202-225-2836 Appropriations
6 Moulton, Seth D 1408 LHOB 202-225-8020 Armed Services
the Budget
7 Capuano, Michael E. D 1414 LHOB 202-225-5111 Financial Services
8 Lynch, Stephen F. D 2268 RHOB 202-225-8273 Financial Services
Oversight and Government
9 Keating, William D 2351 RHOB 202-225-3111 Foreign Affairs
Homeland Security

The office of Governor Charlie Baker (R) 888 870-7770

Boston & Maine Books for the Holidays

We have a limited number of B&M books by Robert Willoughby Jones. These classics are offered to members at 50% off. Check them out at:

Amtrak Downeaster Videos

{jcomments on}The Downeaster is one of America's premiere passenger rail services. The Downeaster is known as "America's Favorite Train" with good reason.

Below are six videos currently residing on the Amtrak Downeaster site shot by TRNE Board member William Lord:

Take the Downeaster to Portland, Maine Take the Downeaster to Old Orchard Beach

Take the Downeaster to our southern
beaches - Wells, Ogunquit & York
Commuting on the Downeaster
           The Downeaster in the Winter

Why do people ride the Downeaster? The answers are within the video below.


TrainRiders/NE on Twitter

We continue to expand our reach on the Internet.

TrainRiders/NE is now on Twitter where you'll find reminders of stories on our website and small tid-bits that aren't full-blown articles.

The Twitter bird on the right floats along the right-hand side of our website. Click on it and it will take you directly to our Twitter page.

Books Maine Page

We are required by Maine state law to charge a 5% sales tax on those receiving the books in Maine. Go ahead and order you books, the tax will be displayed as you navigate through the payment process.

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