Rep. Crocker backs $1 million funding appropriation for municipal early voting costs

State Representative Will Crocker, R-Barnstable, joined with his House colleagues to approve more than $1 million in funding to reimburse cities and towns for the costs associated with implementing the state’s early voting law. Continue reading

Two Cape Cod State Reps. Maintain Perfect Voting Record

A article written on November 30th announces perfect voting record for State Representatives Will Crocker and Tim Whelan. Continue reading

Taking Stock of Four Years

A Barnstable Patriot article written on November 20th acts as a recollection and acknowledgement of Representative Will Crocker's service as both a Barnstable Town Councilor and as the state representative for the Second Barnstable District. Continue reading

Barnstable Town Notes Office Hours

A Barnstable Patriot article written on November 176th announces Representative Will Crocker's office hours. Continue reading

Drug Take-Back Day a Success in Barnstable, Yarmouth

A Barnstable Patriot article written on November 9th discusses success of Drug Take-Back Day in Barnstable and Representative Crocker's comments on the event. Continue reading

Barnstable Election: Schnepp Defeats Two-Term Incumbent Norman

A Cape Cod Times article written on November 7th discusses Barnstable Town Council, and who will succeed Representative Crocker on this council. Continue reading

Voters say ‘Yes’ on New Cape Tech

A Barnstable Patriot article written on October 27th discusses negotiations over the state’s share of funding the new Cape Tech school, and Representative Will Crocker is lobbying with others for a larger reimbursement from the Massachusetts State Building Authority to support the project, based on the Cape Tech’s increased population of economically disadvantaged students. Continue reading

Legislation Linked to Group Homes Undergoes Revision

A Cape Cod Times article written on October 13th discusses legislation sponsored by Representative Crocker, which advocates for an exception to a long-standing state law, commonly known as the Dover Amendment, that exempts religious and nonprofit educational organizations — including group homes — from zoning regulations. Continue reading

Rep. Crocker Supports Effort to Reimburse Cities and Towns for Early Voting Costs

A article written on October 13th discusses Representative Crocker's backing of a proposal to reimburse cities and towns for the costs associated with the implementation of the state’s early voting law during the November 2016 state election cycle. Continue reading

Political Notes: Busy Week for Cape GOP Power Couple

A Cape Cod Times article written on October 10th discusses Cape GOP Power Couple, Will and Judy Crocker, and their achievements of the week, such as Representative Will Crocker celebrating his first piece of legislation passed in the House and Senate and signed by Gov. Charlie Baker. Continue reading