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William L. CrockerREPRepublican Politician in Massachusetts, US
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William L. Crocker Jr. is an American politician who formerly served as a State Representative in the Massachusetts House of Representatives representing the 2nd Barnstable District in central Cape Cod. In the House Chamber, Crocker serves on the following committees: the Joint Committee on Children, Families and Persons with Disabilities, the Joint Committee on Mental Health, Substance Use and Recovery and the Joint Committee on Tourism, Arts and Cultural Development. Before his entrance into elected office, Crocker was a broadcast journalist, a teacher within the Bristol County House of Correction, and a high school forensics coach. Crocker was inducted into the Massachusetts Speech and Debate League Hall of Fame in 2006. He lost re-election to Kip Diggs, a construction inspector and former professional welterweight boxer, on November 3, 2020.

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Education5 - 5 of 3
University of Maine
BA Broadcasting/Film
1978 - 1980
Cape Cod Community College
Attended
1975 - 1977
Bridgewater State University
Attended
Past Positions1 - 11 of 11
Representative
Commonwealth of Massachusetts House of Representatives
2017 - 2021
Member
Barnstable Town Council, Precinct 6
2013 - 2017
Teacher
Bristol County Sheriff's Office/House of Correction
2013 - 2016
Adjunct Teacher of Broadcasting
Cape Cod Community College
2010 - 2013
Substitute Teacher
Town of Barnstable
2011 - 2012
Operations Assistant
Cape Cod Broadcasting Media
2007 - 2011
Hardware Associate
Shepley Wood Products
2006 - Current
Morning Drive News Anchor
Cape Cod Broadcasting Media
1998 - 2006
News Anchor
SANDAB Communications
1998 - 2006
Part Time Teacher
Falmouth Academy
2003 - 2005
News Anchor
Cape Cod Communications
1994 - 1998
Other Experience1 - 16 of 16
Member
Board of Directors, Barnstable Historical Society
2015 - 2016
Member
Board of Trustees, Cape Cod Community College
2015 - 2016
Parish Council Member
Saint Michael the Archangel Christian Orthodox Church
2001 - 2015
Member
Yarmouth Chamber of Commerce
2006 - Current
Member
Hyannis Area Chamber of Commerce
2006 - Current
Member
Cape Cod Republican Club
2006 - Current
Member
Barnstable Republican Town Committee
2006 - Current
Vice President
Massachusetts Forensic League
1995 - 2005
Member
Hanson Massachusetts Finance Committee
1988 - 1990
Member
Barnstable Massachusetts Cable Advisory Committee
1981 - 1982
Former Executive Board Member
Massachusetts Speech and Debate League Hall of Fame
Former Member
Joint Children, Families and Persons with Disabilities Committee, Commonwealth of Massachusetts House of Representatives
Former Member
Joint Tourism, Arts and Cultural Development Committee, Commonwealth of Massachusetts House of Representatives
Former Member
Joint Committee on Labor and Workforce Development, Commonwealth of Massachusetts House of Representatives
Former Member
Joint Committee on Housing, Commonwealth of Massachusetts House of Representatives
Ranking Minority Member
oint Committee on Mental Health, Substance Use and Recovery, Commonwealth of Massachusetts House of Representatives