CENTERVILLE, MA– Governor Charlie Baker was in Centerville on Saturday, September 1, 2018, door-knocking with State Representative Will Crocker (R-Centerville).
The Governor and Representative Crocker spoke with voters about important issues facing the Cape including the opioid epidemic, jobs, and public safety. Specifically, voters expressed concerns regarding the safety of law enforcement officials, an issue that Representative Crocker has put on the forefront of his legislative agenda.
“I was very pleased to have Governor Baker join me knocking doors today in Centerville. He was able to hear first-hand about the concerns of our community,” said Representative Crocker. “My strong relationship with the Baker/Polito administration allows me to better advocate for the Towns of Barnstable and Yarmouth.”
In addition to chatting with voters, Governor Baker and Representative Crocker shot hoops and threw a football around with kids in the neighborhood. Both Baker and Crocker received warm welcomes from constituents; one family even invited them inside for some lobster rolls and pastries.