Calvin Coolidge

Political Offices

When did he become a state legislator?

Coolidge served in the Massachusetts General Court—the name for the Massachusetts legislature. He served in both the State House and Senate. He served first in the House and then in the Senate from 1912 to 1915. In his last year in the Senate, he served as the body’s president.


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