State Representative Marie St Fleur
Here is a a photo of State Representative Marie St Fleur a famous Haitian American.
Born in Haiti, State Representative Marie St Fleur attended the University of Massachusetts, Amherst and Boston College Law School and began practicing law in 1987
State Representative Marie P. St. Fleur is a Massachusetts State Representative representing the fifth Suffolk district. Her district consists of parts of the Boston neighborhoods Dorchester and Roxbury.
State Representative Marie St Fleur is the first Haitian-American to hold public office in Massachusetts.
The second Haitian-American to hold public office in Massachusetts is Linda Dorcena Forry - info @ belpoz.com
State Representative Marie St Fleur was one of the most active supporters of John Kerry when he ran for president.
State Representative Marie St Fleur was appointed Vice-Chair of the powerful Ways and Means Committee by House Speaker Salvatore DiMasi, a leadership position that has tremendous influence in the budget process.
State Representative Marie St Fleur was the running mate of Thomas F. Reilly, the 2006 candidate for the Democratic nomination for governor but she withdrew after The Boston Globe wrote a negative article about her.
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