Dan Malloy

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Dan Malloy
July 21, 1955
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Assumed office
January 29, 2009
29th Mayor of Stamford, Connecticut
In office
1995-2009
Preceded by Stanley Esposito
Succeeded by Michael Pavia
Political party Democrat
Profession Attorney
Website Dan Malloy for Governor Official campaign site
Dan Malloy (b. July 21, 1955) is the current Democratic nominee for Governor of Connecticut Prior to beginning his campaign, he was the mayor of Stamford for 14 years, making him the longest serving mayor in the city's history.

He worked as an Assistant District Attorney in Brooklyn from 1980 to 1984, moving to Connecticut to join the law firm of Abate & Fox in 1984. He was a partner there until he began his mayoral term in 1995.

Education

  • Boston College Law School, JD
  • Boston College, BA

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