Solomon Goldstein Rose, MA Hampshire 3rd
Rep. Solomon Goldstein Rose is currently serving his first term as the State Representative from the 3rd Hampshire District, comprised of Amherst, Pelham, and precinct 1 of Granby. At 24 years old, he is the youngest current member of the Massachusetts legislature. In addition to advocating for his district as all Reps do, Rep. Goldstein Rose sees his role in the House as a member to push for systemic change, always trying to get bigger picture bills on the agenda.
Growing up in Amherst, Solomon attended Fort River elementary school, ARMS, and ARHS. He attended services at the Jewish Community of Amherst and became a full member of the Amherst School Committee while in twelfth grade. A graduate of Brown University, Rep. Goldstein Rose holds degrees in Engineering and Public Policy. As an undergraduate, he founded and led the Energize Rhode Island Coalition, a statewide carbon pricing campaign. Rep. Goldstein Rose also gained valuable government experience serving as an intern at the White House Council on Environmental Quality, as well as in the offices and on the campaigns of several U.S. Senators.
As a State Representative, he serves on the Joint Committees of Higher Education; Housing; and Tourism, Arts, and Cultural Development. He also serves on the House Committee on Personnel and Administration.