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American politician and the U.S. Representative for Massachusetts's 9th congressional district - member of the Democratic Party.
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ENG: William Richard "Bill" Keating (born September 6, 1952) is an American politician and the U.S. Representative for Massachusetts's 9th congressional district. Born and raised in Norwood, Massachusetts, after college he went on to earn his Master of Business Administration and Juris Doctor. A member of the Democratic Party, prior to being elected to Congress he was elected to both chambers of the Massachusetts General Court: serving in the House from 1977 to 1985, and the Senate from 1985 to 1999. He also served as the District Attorney of Norfolk County from 1999 to 2011. After winning election in 2010 to the 10th district, due to census redistricting which would have placed him in competition against a fellow Representative, in 2012 he chose to run in the "incumbent-free" 9th ...
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Rep. Keating visits Broad Meadows restoration project


US Representative William Keating is making the rounds in the South Shore and Cape this week with one pressing thing on his mind: jobs. From meeting at the Greater Quincy Career Club today with residents who have recently lost their jobs to talking with small businesses in a round table discussion in Hyannis on Thursday, Keating said he's trying to gather information and solicit ideas before heading back to Washington. “When you say jobs, you’re attacking the deficit,” the Quincy Democrat said Wednesday morning. “We have to make long-range cuts, but if we get ...


Rep. Keating visits Broad Meadows restoration project


US Representative William Keating is making the rounds in the South Shore and Cape this week with one pressing thing on his mind: jobs. From meeting at the Greater Quincy Career Club today with residents who have recently lost their jobs to talking with small businesses in a round table discussion in Hyannis on Thursday, Keating said he's trying to gather information and solicit ideas before heading back to Washington. “When you say jobs, you’re attacking the deficit,” the Quincy Democrat said Wednesday morning. “We have to make long-range cuts, but if we get ...


Redistricting forces Keating to move family to Cape home


Beacon Hill’s new congressional map is prompting U.S. Rep. William Keating to flee his recently adopted home in Quincy to take up residency in a new Cape Cod and South Coast district after lawmakers pitted him against veteran Southie congressman Stephen F. Lynch. “After talking with my wife Tevis and our children Kristen and Patrick I have decided to run in the new 9th Congressional District, where we’ve owned a home for 17 years,” Keating said in a statement, apparently referring to his summer home in Bourne. He will have to run in the new district, which includes ...


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Congressman William R. Keating Delivers Maiden Speech to House of Representatives
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 20, 2011 CONGRESSMAN WILLIAM R. KEATING DELIVERS MAIDEN SPEECH TO HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES Honors Anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s Inaugural Address If you are unable to click on the image, the video can be located at http://www.c-spanvideo.org/videoLibrary/clip.php?appid=599427367 Washington, DC – Congressman William Keating gave his first speech on the floor of the House of Representatives. In recognition of the 50th anniversary of President Kennedy’s Inauguration, the Congressman spoke of the need for bipartisanship and civility in the coming months to handle the challenges of the nation. President Kennedy, in his famous inaugural address, made a call to rise above the issues that divide us and to find common ground, a message that Congressman Keating believes still resonates today. The Congressman highlighted that message in his own speech on the House floor, saying that President Kennedy’s words “should inform
112th United States Congress Takes Office
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Wednesday, January 5, 2011 112TH UNITED STATES CONGRESS TAKES OFFICE   112th Congress Freshmen Class on the steps of the United States Capitol Building.   Washington, DC - The First Session of the 112th Congress commences January 5th, 2011.
Congressman William R. Keating Announces Award for Quincy to Help Homeless
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 20, 2011 CONGRESSMAN WILLIAM R. KEATING ANNOUNCES AWARD FOR QUINCY TO HELP HOMELESS Washington, DC – Today, Congressman William Keating announced that Quincy will receive $3,196,885 in aid to fund numerous assistance programs to help the homeless. The funding is part of a total $4,093,806 that the 10th Congressional District received to help the individuals and families that are without housing in the community. “More and more people continue to struggle in these tough economic times. This necessary aid is just one way that our country can help the homeless families, seniors, and veterans of our communities who are facing the difficult realities of today,” said Congressman Keating. The money was awarded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Continuum of Care Homeless Assistance Program that distributes funds to give a helping hand to those in the cities and towns across the state that need it most. Massachusetts, as
Congressman William R. Keating Announces Award for Hyannis to Help Homeless
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 20, 2011 CONGRESSMAN WILLIAM R. KEATING ANNOUNCES AWARD FOR HYANNIS TO HELP HOMELESS Washington, DC – Today, Congressman William Keating announced that Hyannis will receive $826,361 in aid to fund numerous assistance programs to help the homeless. The funding is part of a total $4,093,806 that the 10th Congressional District received to help the individuals and families that are without housing in the community. “More and more people continue to struggle in these tough economic times. This necessary aid is just one way that our country can help the homeless families, seniors, and veterans of our communities who are facing the difficult realities of today,” said Congressman Keating. The money was awarded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s Continuum of Care Homeless Assistance Program that distributes funds to give a helping hand to those in the cities and towns across the state that need it most. Massachusetts, as



 
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