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Representative Shawn Dooley

Meet Your Representative

Representative Shawn Dooley was elected in a January 2014 special election, receiving 62% of the vote in a heated three-way race. Before serving in the State Legislature, Rep. Dooley served the town of Norfolk as Town Clerk and Chairman of the town's School Committee. Shawn is married to Norfolk Town Moderator CiCi Van Tine, and has four kids: Caroline, Emma, Jack, and William.

Rep. Shawn Dooley currently serves on the following legislative committees:

Joint Committee on Education

Joint Committee on Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure
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