Read Our March 2023 Newsletter Here

At Your Service

Dan Donahue is a lifelong resident of Worcester's Quinsigamond Village, raised by a union carpenter and a public school teacher. Dan currently represents the neighborhoods of Quinsigamond, Union Hill, and South Worcester in our state's legislature. He co-chairs the Joint Committee on Cannabis Policy and Food Systems caucus

His priorities include making life easier for working families in Worcester, transitioning our state to a sustainable local food system, and ensuring worker's rights are protected and cherished. Dan loves reading history, sampling Worcester's food scene, and spending time in the great outdoors.

Opportunity & Innovation

Every year, our legislative team drafts and prioritizes dozens of bills. For this legislative session, Dan will be prioritizing these six bills to empower Worcester's workers and small businesses. In addition to these bills, our office is cosponsoring many others to improve childcare accessibility, fund our infrastructure and schools, and promote fair work environments to name a few.

Community Collaboration

As a state representative, Dan chairs the Joint Committee on Cannabis Policy, votes on hundreds of bills, and connects with the Worcester neighbors and community groups he serves.

Left: Dan joins the mayor to officially open Crompton Skate Park. Center Top: Dan hands out candy at Hill-O-Ween. Bottom Center: Dan with a new friend touring Worcester's EcoTarium. Right: Dan taking the oath of office to serve in the state legislature in 2023.

Left: Dan with his daughter, Grace, at the polls in March. Right: Dan joins Green Island Neighborhood Center staff to hand out assorted goods for Thanksgiving.

Left: Dan joins Senator Ed Markey and Congressman McGovern to announce $3 million in federal funding for the Worcester Regional Food Hub. Right: Dan rallies allies with the North Atlantic States Regional Council of Carpenters, leading the fight against billions in wage theft.

Left: Dan joins volunteers for REC Worcester's annual Earth Day Clean-Up. Right: Dan attends the ribbon cutting ceremony for Dismas House's new Reverend Richard and Gail Pryce House for transitional and affordable housing.

Here For You!

From helping you find grants for a nonprofit, apply for unemployment benefits, resolve an issue with Mass Health, or propose ideas and changes to state legislation, my team has got you covered. Contact Dan by email at or call at (617) 722-2637.

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