Benjamin Swan

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Benjamin Swan
Member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives from the 11th Hampden District
In office
Succeeded by Bud Williams
Personal details
Born Belzoni, Mississippi[1]
Political party Democratic Party

Benjamin Swan is an American state legislator who served in the Massachusetts House of Representatives and represented the 11th Hampden District from 2009-2016.[2]

On February 6, 2014, Swan was one of five members of the legislative body to vote against the expulsion of State Representative Carlos Henriquez, who had been convicted of assault.[3]


  1. ^ "Representative Benjamin Swan, Sr. of Massachusetts". National Black Agenda Convention.
  2. ^ "Benjamin Swan". Massachusetts General Court. 2013.
  3. ^ "Jailed rep expelled from House by 146-5 vote". Boston Herald. 2014.

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