Re-Elect Representative Paul Frost

Representative Paul Frost
Your State Rep
"Proudly Serving  the 7th Worcester District"  - On the Ballot in Auburn, Charlton (Precinct 4), Millbury, Oxford (Precincts 2 & 3) Rochdale/Leicester (Precinct 3)
About Representative Paul K. Frost (R-Auburn) | State of Massachusetts


Representative Paul K. Frost (R-Auburn)
District: 7th Worcester

Communities: Auburn, Millbury, Oxford (precincts 2 & 3), Charlton (precinct 4) and Rochdale/Leicester (precinct 3)

Email:  [email protected]
Phone:  508-832-2840

Campaign Committee: Frost Committee
Address:  308 Rochdale Street, Auburn, MA 01501

State Representative Paul K. Frost (R) lives in Auburn with his wife Tracey and three daughters; Emily, Abby and Allison. Frost was first elected in 1996 at the age of 26 years old. He has won re-election every two years since. He is serving in a leadership position as the House Republican Whip.

He has helped many local charities, organizations and constituents and worked to help each community in the district. Frost has been a strong supporter of local aid for our schools, town services and local roads. He has fought for lower taxes and fiscal responsibility to make Massachusetts more affordable and help grow jobs.

Representative Frost has also been a leader in fast tracking safety improvements on Route 20 in Oxford and Charlton (Telegram and Gazette 12/24/2015 Article).

In 2016, with the tragic loss of Auburn Police Officer Ron Tarantino Jr., Representative Frost took the lead in protecting officers in the commonwealth by filing legislation to make it a Felony to assault and injure a police officer.

Since Frost first took office he has never missed a recorded Roll Call Vote in the House. It is the second longest active streak among sitting members of the House. Only the Republican Leader of the House has a longer streak.
He is both active in the district and at the State House.

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