Thomas Walsh (Massachusetts politician)

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Thomas Walsh
Member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives from the 12th Essex District
Assumed office
2016
Preceded by Leah Cole
In office
1987–1995
Preceded by Theodore C. Speliotis
Succeeded by John P. Slattery
Personal details
Born (1960-07-15) July 15, 1960 (age 57)
Salem, Massachusetts
Political party Democratic
Residence Peabody, Massachusetts
Alma mater Salem State University (formerly Salem State College)
Occupation Account Manager
Politician

Thomas P. Walsh (born July 15, 1960 in Salem, Massachusetts) was an American politician who represented the 12th Essex district in the Massachusetts House of Representatives from 1987–1995 and served as a City Councilor in Peabody, Massachusetts from 1984–1987, and was elected to the same office again in 2014. [1] In 2016, he returned to the Massachusetts House of Representatives by winning a special election to replace Leah Cole in the 12th Essex District. [2]

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