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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
  • Here is a brief synopsis of the Eversource meeting I hosted at town hall this past Monday. This is my best effort to recap, sorry it is so long and/or if I missed anything. If you need any further info send me an message or call my cell 508-930-9988. Eversource sent out their Chief of Operations, Government Affairs Director, and Director of Engineering. I thought this was a very good sign that they were taking our concerns seriously – as … read more

  • By Shira Schoenberg; February 6, 2018; The Springfield Republican The Massachusetts state budget will get a one-time windfall of $65 million due to federal tax reform, Secretary of Administration and Finance Secretary Mike Heffernan said Tuesday. Heffernan testified before the Ways and Means Committee at their first hearing on Gov. Charlie Baker’s fiscal 2019 budget proposal. Lawmakers will use the testimony from the budget hearings to craft their own versions of the state budget. Additional hearings are planned for Amherst, … read more

  • By Colin A. Young;¬†February¬†6, 2018; State House News Service STATE HOUSE, BOSTON, FEB. 6, 2018….Stung in each of the last two fiscal years by overestimated tax collections that forced major eleventh-hour spending adjustments, state budget writers sounded a cautious tone Tuesday as they kicked off a series of hearings on the governor’s budget proposal. The issues that plagued the last two state budgets have not cropped up yet this fiscal year and tax collections are outperforming expectations more than halfway … read more