State Representative Paul K. Frost (R-Auburn) was sworn into office on January 6, 2021 along with other members of the State Legislature, marking the start of the next two year session over 2021-2022. This begins Frost’s 13th term in office.
Frost enters the new term having never missed a recorded roll call vote in the Massachusetts House of Representatives after first taking office in January of 1997. At the conclusion of the 2019-2020 session, Frost’s voting streak has extended to a total of 6,861 consecutive votes cast over the past 24 years.
For the new session, Frost was re-appointed as a member of House Republican Floor Leadership as the Assistant House Minority Whip. Frost was appointed the ranking Republican member to
the newly formed Joint Committee on COVID-19 & Emergency Preparedness & Management. He will also serve as the ranking Republican member to the Special Committee on Redistricting and Reapportionment, as well as the Joint Committee on Cannabis Policy.
Frost said, “I’m once again honored to return as the State Representative for Auburn, Charlton, Millbury and Oxford. I’m also honored to be serving as a member of leadership again, as well as serve on committees for significant matters facing our Commonwealth over the next few years. I look forward to the challenges each of these tasks present on behalf of the communities and people I serve in my district.”
Representative Paul Frost serves the 7th Worcester District, comprised of the Towns of Auburn, Charlton (precinct 4), Millbury and Oxford (precincts 2 & 3).