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Rep. Shawn Dooley

Representative Shawn Dooley

Shawn Dooley is the State Representative for the 9th Norfolk District, encompassing Norfolk, Plainville, Wrentham, and parts of Medfield, Millis, and Walpole. Shawn was elected during a January 2014 special election. Prior to serving in the State Legislature, Shawn served as Town Clerk in Norfolk as well as Chairman of the Norfolk School Committee.

Shawn serves on the following legislative committees:

Joint Committee on Ways and Means

Joint Committee on Financial Services

Joint Committee on Revenue

House Committee on Ways and Means

About shawn
  • BOSTON – State Representative Shawn Dooley (R-Norfolk) is pleased to announce that after a lot of hard work, he was able to get $200,000 included in a recent House of Representatives economic development bill for the Town of Wrentham to construct a new ramp from I-495 located near the Wrentham Outlets and Route 1A. This issue has been a long-standing priority for the Town of Wrentham and will help streamline the flow of traffic and decrease congestion at the intersection. … read more

  • By Jim Hand; July 10, 2018; The Sun Chronicle Local lawmakers say they support a House bill aimed at addressing the state’s opioid crisis, although it lacks a few provisions they were hoping for. A vote on the legislation is expected as soon as Wednesday. The representatives said addiction to opioids and the overdoses that come with it are one of the biggest problems they face. Police, doctors and families of addicts are constantly asking them for action, they said … read more

  • By Jim Hand; June 28, 2018; The Sun Chronicle Citizens who renew their driver’s licenses or enroll in state health care would automatically become registered voters under a bill passed by the Massachusetts House. The bill, which the House passed Wednesday, still needs the approval of the Senate and governor, but supporters said it would help increase voter turnout in elections. If adopted into law, eligible people who do business with the Registry of Motor Vehicles or MassHealth would automatically … read more