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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; he was re-elected in 2012 and 2014 to represent the re-configured 4th State Senate District towns of Andover, Bolton, Glastonbury and Manchester.
Steve is Chairman of the Government Administration and Elections Committee, Vice-Chairman of the Planning and Development Committee, and a member of the Finance, Revenue & Bonding, and Transportation 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.
Steve is a past president of the Connecticut Conference of Municipalities and the National Association of Regional Councils and is the former chairman of the Capitol Region Council of Governments. Steve has served on multiple national and statewide task forces and boards that addressed critical, everyday issues such as transportation, energy, education, homeland security and the environment.
Steve was born in 1942 in Boston, three months into World War II, which meant his father would be away in the U.S. Army for several years. He lived with his grandfather, a dory fisherman who operated for decades out of Boston. His father became a fisherman, too, and the family lived in various fishing towns until settling in Nantucket in 1956. Steve graduated from Nantucket High School in 1959; his mother died in 1961 when he was 19 and was the oldest of eight children. Since his father was in a V.A. hospital for long-term care, Steve remained in Nantucket and cared for his family until 1966.
Steve graduated from Manchester Community College in 1968. He received a BA from Boston State in 1969, a Master’s Degree in Urban Sociology from SUNY Albany in 1970, and an MSW from the University of Connecticut in 1975.
Steve enjoys being with his family, golf, travel, political trivia and the music of Johnny Cash and The Beatles.
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Find all of Senator Cassano’s videos on YouTube.
July 29, 2015 — State Senators Steve Cassano, Martin Looney and Bob Duff joined Hartford Distributors Chief Executive Officer Ross Hollander to talk about the forthcoming motor vehicle tax changes which will provide several thousand dollars in tax relief over the next few years.
February 26, 2015 —Senator Cassano tours Habco Industries in Glastonbury, a local aerospace tool manufacturer which has applied for a state grant to purchase new machinery and expand its workforce.
August 6, 2014 —Senator Cassano applauds an investment by UTC to upgrade and expand its aerospace research and manufacturing facilities which support more than 75,000 jobs in Connecticut.