Speaker Bob DeLeo

Speaker Bob DeLeo

@SpeakerDeLeo

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Massachusetts House Speaker representing Winthrop + a portion of Revere. Child wellness, healthcare, jobs, education, clean energy, opioid crisis + gun safety.

Boston, MA
Joined on March 14, 2014
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We looked inside some of the tweets by @SpeakerDeLeo and here's what we found interesting.

Inside 100 Tweets

Time between tweets:
4 days
Average replies
5
Average retweets
12
Average likes
49
Tweets with photos
30 / 100
Tweets with videos
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Wishing Massachusetts a joyous Rosh Hashanah. https://t.co/I5NxpFHbO6

Wishing Massachusetts a joyous Rosh Hashanah. https://t.co/I5NxpFHbO6

As a jurist, she worked to reinforce and protect those rights. Her passing represents a colossal loss for the United States Supreme Court and our country. (2/2)

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was a visionary and legal leader whose influence on our country transcended the judiciary. As a litigator, she pioneered legal principles on human rights and gender equality that are part of the fabric of American society today. (1/2)

Protect yourself and your loved ones from the flu this year by getting a flu shot and by taking basic preventive measures. For detailed information on #FluPrevention, visit @TweetWorcester’s website here: https://t.co/xHBjiRAzCg https://t.co/pm0VBZD66x

Protect yourself and your loved ones from the flu this year by getting a flu shot and by taking basic preventive measures. For detailed information on #FluPrevention, visit @TweetWorcester’s website here: https://t.co/xHBjiRAzCg https://t.co/pm0VBZD66x

Justice Gants was a thoughtful and brilliant jurist. A judicial leader, he worked to improve the lives of the residents of the Commonwealth. On behalf of the House, we mourn his sudden loss and extend our prayers on behalf of his family and him.

Remembering those we lost 19 years ago today. #NeverForgetSept11 https://t.co/F8VcBxRn88

Remembering those we lost 19 years ago today. #NeverForgetSept11 https://t.co/F8VcBxRn88

Today we honor all Massachusetts workers. https://t.co/HEg925Hwf4

Today we honor all Massachusetts workers. https://t.co/HEg925Hwf4

Free COVID-19 testing available in Winthrop, for locations + times visit https://t.co/w1zmt3yiqV

A free COVID-19 testing center opened in Revere, for locations + times visit https://t.co/tt0jklSF0f

Massachusetts is committed to a fair and safe elections process. (2/2)

Today @RepBradJones + I sent a letter to Congress urging its members to provide the U.S. Postal Service with the resources needed to process mail-in ballots for the Nov. 2020 election. Thank you to the 141 House members who joined us in supporting this letter. (1/2)

I’m deeply grateful to the work of Chairs Cronin and @RepMichlewitz, @Vote4gonzalez, the chair of the MBLLC, and my colleagues in the House for their work on this bill.

Change is never easy, but with this vote, the House of Representatives acts to ensure fairness and equality. It is the product of countless hours of conversations with a wide swath of stakeholders, including the members of the Massachusetts Black and Latino Legislative Caucus.

Our existing #EvictionMoratorium gives the @MassGovernor the ability to postpone the expiration in intervals of up to ninety days. 

We know these eviction & foreclosure protections are still desperately needed. We urge him to extend the moratorium. https://t.co/twdcyoRmyR
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Our existing #EvictionMoratorium gives the @MassGovernor the ability to postpone the expiration in intervals of up to ninety days. We know these eviction & foreclosure protections are still desperately needed. We urge him to extend the moratorium. https://t.co/twdcyoRmyR

Quoted @AP

Rep. John Lewis, a lion of the civil rights era whose bloody beating by Alabama state troopers in 1965 helped galvanize opposition to racial segregation, and who went on to a long and celebrated career in Congress, has died. https://t.co/PABvcp8tsw

We mourn the loss of Rep. John Lewis but will always honor his memory. We carry boundless gratitude for the courage and bravery he demonstrated in confronting evil within our own country. https://t.co/7legPlcYe8

Quoted @jeffroy

We made a bipartisan appeal to the President to reconsider and rescind the new rules barring international students from the US if their school goes online. The policy is punitive, threatens safety, and will negatively affect our economy and university system. https://t.co/hdp504oTks

We made a bipartisan appeal to the President to reconsider and rescind the new rules barring international students from the US if their school goes online. The policy is punitive, threatens safety, and will negatively affect our economy and university system. https://t.co/hdp504oTks

I thank @jeffroy and my colleagues who signed on to this letter. This was a punitive plan that would have hurt international students and harmed Massachusetts and our economy. https://t.co/o3O3HNga8r

For the first time in the history of the Commonwealth, Massachusetts will allow early-voting in both the primary and general election, safeguarding fundamental democratic rights, write @Barry_Finegold and @repjohnlawn. https://t.co/ZdDLoklB3L

Frederick Douglass' admonition on the moral rightness of liberty for all https://t.co/g0h5lpofEw https://t.co/g6QGPRRAqC

While technical difficulties interfered with my reading today, it was my pleasure to listen to the public recitation of this important speech today.

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