State Senator Steve Cassano was elected in November 2010 to represent the residents of the 4th State Senate District towns of Bolton, Glastonbury, Manchester and Marlborough. Steve was re-elected in 2012 to represent the re-configured 4th State Senate District towns of Andover, Bolton, Glastonbury and Manchester.
Steve is Co-Chairman of the Planning and Development Committee, Vice-Chairman of the Higher Education and Employment Advancement Committee, and is a member of the Finance, Revenue & Bonding, Education, Transportation, and Program Review & Investigations committees.
Steve was first elected to public office as the deputy mayor of Manchester in 1977, serving as mayor from 1991 to 2005 at a time that included the development of Buckland Hills, the redevelopment of Main Street and a major expansion of new industrial parks. He taught sociology at Manchester Community College for 28 years, and he and his wife Holly operate The Children’s Place, an 8,000 square-foot day care center in Manchester that has a staff of three dozen employees who care for 100 children ranging in age from six weeks to six years old. The Cassanos have five children and six grandchildren.
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