Judy Crocker Kicks Off Re-Election Campaign

Over 125 people turn out in support of her campaign for Cape & Islands Republican State Committee
Judy Crocker, incumbent State Republican Party Committeewoman Judy Crocker (Courtesy photo)

SOUTH YARMOUTH, MA-Over 125 supporters gathered last night at the Riverway Lobster House to join incumbent State Committeewoman Judy Crocker as she kicked off her reelection campaign for a 3rd term as Republican State Committeewoman for the Cape & Islands District.

The packed room was an indication of Judy’s support from activists and the community in the Cape and Islands District. Many of the Cape’s current and former Republican elected officials were in attendance including District Attorney Michael O’Keefe, Register of Probate Anastasia Welsh Perrino, State Representatives Will Crocker, Randy Hunt and Tim Whelan. Also, in attendance were former State Senators Vinny deMacedo, Henri Rauschenbach and Jo Ann Sprague as well as former State Representatives Jeff Perry and Tom George. Judy spoke to the large audience, telling them about the experience, expertise and enthusiasm she brings to this volunteer, unpaid position. “I’ve worked, both as a volunteer and a paid consultant, on presidential, federal, statewide, county, and local campaigns. I have expertise in campaign management, fundraising, data technology and all aspects of marketing and messaging. I have the enthusiasm to embrace this position every day.” Judy went on to say her proudest moment was her husband’s victory for State Representative, “not just because he is my husband, but because we did something in Massachusetts that hadn’t been done in 34 years. We picked up a seat in the Massachusetts State Legislature in a presidential year.”

Judy closed by asking the room for their vote on March 3rd on the Republican Presidential ballot.

For more information about Judy Crocker and her campaign, please visit her campaign website at ElectJudyCrocker.com.


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