First 100 Days

Dear Constituents, It has been just over a hundred days since I began my term in office on January 4th, 2017. Serving as a State Representative the past few months has been a great honor, and I am privileged to have the opportunity to work on Beacon Hill as an advocate for the people of my district and Massachusetts. While campaigning I focused heavily on protecting our local skies, preventing further price inflation for necessary medications, and preserving the Blue Hills and local reservation land. Upon arrival at the State House, I dove into these issues headfirst. I’ve filed bills to authorize an independent study on the health of the Blue Hills, to survey traffic safety concerns at inte

New Video Series Launched

Introducing my new regular video series highlighting some initiatives, events & other district and/or state happenings that I am fortunate to be a part of as the state rep for Randolph & Milton. Special thanks to the 7th Norfolk District's hardworking intern, Audrey, for producing the first three recap videos. Enjoy and stay tuned for additional episodes! JANUARY 2017 - First Month in Office FEBRUARY 2017 ​ MARCH 2017 #RandolphMA #MiltonMA #MApoli

House Passes Balanced FY18 Budget

BOSTON, APR. 27 - The Massachusetts House of Representatives this week passed a $40.4 billion FY18 budget which represents a commitment to fiscal responsibility. The spending bill protects vulnerable residents through investments in early education and care (EEC), substance addiction initiatives, homelessness programs, and funding to help individuals with developmental disabilities. This budget takes comprehensive action to promote sustained economic health in Massachusetts as we face uncertainty on the national level. For the fourth year in a row, the House budget reduces Massachusetts’ reliance on one-time revenue. It includes a $100 million deposit to the stabilization fund which will res

1st Office Hours for May Announced

BOSTON, APR. 27 - Representative Bill Driscoll Jr. invites Randolph and Milton residents to meet him at his next office hours. This is an opportunity to meet and discuss issues of local importance with the Representative in a relaxed atmosphere. All constituents are welcome and encouraged to attend. Starbucks, 552 Adams St, Milton – Friday, May 12th, 3.00PM-4.30PM

Driscoll Amendment Helps to Secure Funding for Randolph Economic Opportunity Center

BOSTON, APR. 27 - During the House budget debate for Fiscal Year 18, Representative William Driscoll Jr. secured $25,000 for the Randolph Economic Opportunity Center. The center will aim to improve financial stability, employment services, job training, educational services, language skills, and financial literacy for all Randolph residents. It will be housed in the new Randolph Intergenerational Community Center. "The Randolph Economic Opportunity Center will contribute a lot to the community and residents," said Representative Driscoll, "and I know it is something that David Murphy, our excellent Town Manager, has been working hard on for a long time." "I'd like to thank my colleagues, and

Driscoll Interviewed on Local TV Station

MILTON, APR. 6 - State Representative Bill Driscoll Jr. dropped by the Milton Public Access TV studios earlier this week, to discuss his early experiences in his new role with “My Town Matters” host Frank Schroth. The two discussed the state budget, recent votes, committee appointments and the impact of Beacon Hill on Milton. LINK TO INTERVIEW:

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