John F. Kennedy

Political Offices

What was his first political office?

Kennedy’s first political office was as a U.S. representative for Massachusetts in 1947. He served in the House from 1947 to 1953, defeating Republican Lester Bowen to win his seat. He served on the House Education and Labor Committee.


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