Anthony Galluccio

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Anthony Galluccio
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Massachusetts State Senate Middlesex, Suffolk and Essex
Former officeholder
In office
Resigned January 2010
PartyDemocratic
Personal
ProfessionAttorney / Senator
Anthony Galluccio was a Democratic member of the Massachusetts State Senate representing Middlesex, Suffolk and Essex. He resigned in January 2010 after being sentenced to jail for violating his probation in a hit-and-run accident in October 2009.[1]

Anthony Galluccio earned his Bachelor's degree in 1989 at Providence College and his Juris Doctor from Suffold Law School in 1996.

He is the founder of Galluccio Associates.

Galluccio began his political experience in 1998 as the vice mayor of the city of Cambridge unil 1999. In 2000, he became the mayor of the city of Cambridge until 2004. He has served on the Cambridge City Council from 1994 to 1995, 1997, 1999, 2001, 2003, and 2005.

Organizations

Anthony Galluccio has been involved with a number of organizations in the past, including University Relations, Cambridge School Committee, Cambridge Kids Council, and the Veterans' Committee.

Caucuses/Non-Legislative Committees

Anthony Galluccio served on the Neighborhood Policing Sub-Committee Task Force in 2007 and was serving on the Senate Committee on Bills in the Third Reading and the Senate Committee on Higher Education when he resigned.

Committees

Anthony Galluccio was serving on the following committees when he resigned: Bills in the Third Reading Committee, the Education Committee, the Higher Education Committee, the Housing Committee, the Mental Health and Substance Abuse Committee, the Municipalities and Regional Government Committee, and the State Administration and Regulatory Oversight Committee.

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Political offices
Preceded by
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Massachusetts State Senate - Middlesex, Suffolk and Essex
?-January 2010
Succeeded by
Sal DiDomenico