Governor, Attorney General, and State Treasurer Seek to Fill Vacant Massachusetts Gaming Commission Seat
BOSTON -- Today Governor Charlie Baker, Attorney General Maura Healey, and State Treasurer Deborah Goldberg announced a new posting for the appointment to the Massachusetts Gaming Commission.
The vacant position requires experience in professional gaming, regulatory administration, or gaming industry management. The appointment will be made by a majority vote of the Governor, Attorney General, and the Treasurer.
The Commission must be bipartisan, with no more than three members representing the same political party.
The application may be downloaded from the website of the Massachusetts Office of the State Treasurer and Receiver General or the Attorney General.
All applications must be received no later than February 19, 2021. Your completed application may be subject to the public records law (G.L. c. 66). To be considered for this joint appointment, you may submit a completed application to any one of the three appointing authorities and need not apply more than once.
The mission of the Massachusetts Gaming Commission is to create and maintain a fair, transparent, and participatory process for implementing the expanded gaming law passed by the Legislature and signed by Governor Deval Patrick in November 2011.