Randy Hunt Representative

R East Sandwich
Randy Hunt


State House
Room 136
Boston, MA 02133
Phone: 617-722-2396
Fax: 617-626-0218
Email: Randy.Hunt@mahouse.gov
District Office
297 Quaker Meeting House Rd
East Sandwich, MA 02537
Phone: 508- 888-2158
Bill Docket Bill Title
SD39 For legislation relative to compliance of condominium associations.
HD92 Relative to speed limits in historic districts
HD469 Relative to Lyme disease treatment health insurance coverage
HD515 For legislation to require parental notification and consent prior to implementing age appropriate sexual health education in the schools
SD638 For legislation to establish a motorcycle safety fund.
HD748 For legislation to regulate the establishment of municipal lighting plants
HD827 Relative to firearm licensing requirements
HD838 For legislation to prohibit mandatory polygraph testing for persons applying to become police officers
HD892 Relative to the criteria for the release of terminally ill inmates to alternative locations of confinement
SD1061 For legislation relative to Child-Centered Family Law.
SD1103 For legislation to promote and advance motorcycle safety
SD1131 For legislation to create patient choice and education in the dispensing of opiate drugs.
HD1133 Relative to the development of economically sound and environmentally progressive solid waste management strategies to improve recycling.
HD1284 Relative to the corporate excise tax
SD1284 For legislation to establish regional lockup facilities
HD1327 Relative to the reduction of medication waste
HD1331 Relative to the penalties associated with moving violations
SD1331 For legislation to to reform sheriff civil process operations
HD1341 For legislation to exempt the deliberation of public bodies at town meeting from the open meeting law
HD1381 For legislation to increase the annuities paid to certain disabled veterans and their families
HD1450 Relative to the jurisdiction of the courts within the Housing Court Department
HD1474 Relative to the appointment of an executive director and assistant executive director to the Massachusetts Sheriff's Association
HD1527 For legislation to require that certain legislation enacted by the General Court and approved by the Governor contain fiscal notes or local mandate statements
HD1546 For legislation to regulate the use of trapping devices to take beaver and muskrat
HD1567 An Act relative to preventing death by drug overdose
HD1593 For legislation to require transparency in solicitations via telephone and similar devices
SD1632 For legislation to increase parental awareness of opiate abuse risks
SD1650 For legislation relative to high volume and high risk prescriptions
SD1652 For legislation relative to deeds excise receipts
SD1739 For legislation relative to responsible stewardship by drug manufacturers.
HD1752 For legislation to direct the Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency to assess and report on the preparedness plans for a radiological accident at the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station and Seabrook Nuclear Power Plant
HD1767 For legislation to increase power plant safety preparedness by the Department of Public Health to twenty miles
SD1767 Relative to the establishment of a county stabilization fund.
HD1772 For legislation relative to motorcycle safety with malfunctioning traffic signals not detecting motorcycles
HD1776 For legislation to update penalties and protect electronic privacy
HD1850 For legislation relative to adding a sheriffs board of administrations
HD1944 Relative to the minimum reimbursement rate for adult residential behavioral health and addiction treatment
HD1951 For legislation to the penalty for blocking public ways and disrupting traffic
HD2011 Relative to the penalties for motor vehicle operators refusing to stop for a police officer
HD2195 For an investigation by a special commission (including members of the General Court) to review security and safety procedures in the State House and courthouses
HD2201 For legislation to assist school districts in developing a program to identify and serve pupils with light-based reading difficulties, such as scotopic sensitivity
HD2217 Relative to the uniform procurement law
HD2284 That plaintiffs who have filed five or more unsuccessful petitions in the past seven years be classified as vexatious litigants
HD2315 Relative to allowing physicians to retain a person administered naloxone when deemed medically necessary
HD2349 Relative to the estate tax code
HD2356 Relative to estimated quarterly corporate tax payments
HD2361 For legislation to include home heating costs in the calculation of tax credits for senior citizens
HD2369 Relative to providing for sales tax holidays, so-called, on the dates August 15 and August 16, 2015
HD2370 Relative to providing for sales tax holidays, so-called, on the dates August 13 and August 14, 2016
HD2372 Relative to parental options of enrolling children in elective courses involving sexual education rather than opting out of mandatory courses
HD2374 Relative to non-public school student access to the MCAS exam
HD2376 For legislation to require a two-thirds vote of the Senate and the House of Representatives prior to making appropriations from the Stabilization Fund
HD2377 Relative to the taxation of trucks, tractors, trailers, and railcars that transport people or goods in interstate commerce
HD2378 Relative to limitations on expenditures and revenues
HD2381 Relative to exempting municipalities from the gas tax
HD2402 For legislation to establish an annual sales tax holiday
HD2407 Relative to calculations of interest for refunds issued by the Department of Revenue
HD2411 Relative to authorizing the courts of the Commonwealth to establish a system of juvenile restitution
HD2412 Relative to the calculation of the inventory tax on certain corporations
HD2413 Relative to the indemnification of certain persons from civil proceedings for injuries or deaths of persons unlawfully entering their dwelling
HD2415 Relative to the online enticement of children
HD2426 Relative to the crime of failing to notify law enforcement officials of a missing or deceased child
HD2439 Relative to the penalties for certain crimes against public peace
HD2570 Relative to work requirements for public assistance recipients
HD2579 Relative to a corporate minimum tax exemption
HD2585 Relative to the earned income tax credit
HD2791 Relative to unlawful school bus passing
HD2792 For legislation relative to infectious disease control.
HD2837 For legislation to provide for increased transparency in the prevailing wage
HD2853 For legislation relative to setting the prevailing wage rate
HD2854 Relative to independent contractors
HD2855 Relative to inmates or detainees awaiting trial while held in custody at a county correctional facility
HD2967 For legislation to exempt certain inventory from taxation
HD3014 Relative to the schedule of payment of estimated corporate taxes
HD3019 For legislation to authorize school bus drivers to administer epinephrine to children suffering from allergic reactions
HD3160 Relative to insurance payments for use of ambulance services
HD3201 Relative to child-centered family law and child custody determinations
HD3241 Relative to electronic prescribing of opiates and other controlled substances
HD3311 Relative to the implementation or use of partnership for assessment for readiness for college and career assessments
HD3316 For legislation relative to the asset forfeiture of child pornography
HD3364 For legislation to provide a waiver of fees to veterans at public institutions of higher learning
HD3414 For legislation to direct the Attorney General to provide for a study of the methodology used to promulgate new flood insurance rate maps through the National Flood Insurance Program
HD3417 Relative to the age of eligibility for work release for inmates convicted of violations of certain controlled substances laws
HD3527 Relative to creating an advisory committee to investigate and study ways to augment services to returning veterans to reduce the rate of suicide and the effects of post traumatic stress disorder, depression and anxiety among veterans

Appointed and elected positions

Randy started his public service activities nine years ago when he was invited to join the Town of Sandwich's finance committee. Three years later, he won election to the board of selectmen and has served for two three-year terms.

Well respected by his peers, Randy is thoroughly versed on the complexities and nuances of municipal budgeting and its dependence on the state's budget.

Professional background

Randy is not your typical practicing CPA. In 1981, fresh out of college with a bachelor's degree in accounting, he entered the firm of Peat Marwick Mitchell, then the second largest partnership of certified public accountants in the world. During his eight-year stay with Peat Marwick, now KPMG LLP, he was promoted to senior manager in the audit practice and spent two years in the firm's executive office in New York City.

In 1989, Randy left KPMG to become a plant controller with a publicly-traded company that manufactures infrared optical sensors and emitters used in office machinery and automobiles. Four years later, Randy was recruited by another publicly-traded company to become general manager of their EMI filter business unit.

Randy was promoted to chief financial officer with the same company after his successful run at building up and operating their EMI filter business unit. Back in the financial realm, Randy acquired significant experience dealing with financial institutions, investment bankers, the Securities and Exchange Commission, and the board of directors and shareholders of a public company.

His entrepreneurial spirit then kicked in and Randy established his own CPA practice. His love for Cape Cod was inspiration for leaving the corporate world and establishing a firm focused on helping businesses, individuals and non-profit corporations to reach their financial goals while maintaining their reporting obligations to various state and federal agencies.


Randy and his wife, Mary, do their best to keep up with six grown children via phone, email, Facebook and Twitter. Last Thanksgiving, Randy and Mary's family generated 15 of the 33 family members gathered at the table(s).

Personal Information

Profession: CPA
Spouse: Mary
Children: 6

Career Highlights

  • Peat Marwick Mitchell, / KPMG 1981-1989
  • Manufacturing Plant Controller / Manager 1989-2000
  • Chief Financial Officer 2000-2003
  • Owner, CPA firm on Cape Cod 2003-present

Education & Public Service

  • Bachelors Degree, University of Texas, El Paso
  • Member - Sandwich Chamber of Commerce;Member - Cape Cod Canal Region Chamber of Commerce
  • Member - Monument Beach Sportsman's Club;Member - Sandwich Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association
  • Donor & Reader - Audible Local Ledger (reading for the sight impaired) in Mashpee;Establishing Sandwich Community Pride Day & Spring Cleanup
  • Establishing the Sandwich Energy Committee;Re-establishing the Sandwich Beach Committee
Fifth Barnstable, Consisting of Barnstable: Precincts 11, 12; Bourne: Precincts 1, 2, 7; Sandwich; Plymouth: Precinct 9 (Plymouth).