Harvard School of Government - MPA in Public Administration|
London School of Economics - MSc in International Relations
University of Pennsylvania -
MS in Criminology
University of Southern California- BA in Psychology & Neuroscience
|Occupation||Massachusetts State Representative|
|House Profile/Campaign Website|
Paul Heroux was first elected in November of 2012 as the State Representative from the Second Bristol District, Massachusetts. Heroux won his primary with over 78% of the vote. He then defeated Republican incumbent George T. Ross with over 58% of the vote. Representative-elect Heroux was sworn in as freshmen representative on January 2, 2013. On November 4, 2014 Paul was elected to a second term with 61% of the vote over local businessman and Tea Party member Burt Buckley.
Heroux was raised in Attleboro to small business drug store owners. He was awarded the 'Most Genuine' class superlative from his 1995 high school class for a complete abstinence to alcohol and drugs. Heroux holds two Ivy League master's degrees from Harvard University and the University of Pennsylvania, respectively, a master's from the London School of Economics, and a bachelor's degree from the University of Southern California.
Heroux is known for his knowledge of crime policy, government performance measurement, mental health advocacy, and Middle East affairs.
- 2013–Present Massachusetts House of Representatives
- 2009–Present Private Consulting
- 2008–2009 Massachusetts Department of Correction
- 2006–2008 Philadelphia Prison System
- 2004–2005 Institute for Defense and Disarmament Studies
- 2003–2003 Al Rajhi, Saudi Arabia
- 1996–2003 Attleboro YMCA
- Harvard University School of Government: Master's in Public Administration
- London School of Economics: Master's in International Relations
- University of Pennsylvania: Master's in Criminology
- University of Southern California: Bachelor's in Psychology and a Minor in Neuroscience
- Attleboro High School
- "About Paul".