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Andrew Roraback

Andrew Roraback

Date of Birth March 29, 1960
Place of Birth Torrington
Country United States
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Age 61 years, 4 months, 19 days
Horoscope Aries

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Andrew Roraback Biography

Roraback was born March 29, 1960, in Torrington, Connecticut. He is the cousin of the late Catherine Roraback, a civil rights attorney in Connecticut best known for representing Estelle Griswold and Dr. C. Lee Buxton in the 1965 Supreme Court case Griswold v. Connecticut, which legalized the use of birth control in Connecticut and created the precedent of the right to privacy. Roraback is married to Kara Dowling and they reside with their son Andrew Kevin in Goshen.

Andrew Roraback is a famous Politician, who was born on March 29, 1960 in United States.

According to Astrologers, Andrew Roraback zodiac sign is Aries

Andrew Roraback (born 1960) is an American politician from Goshen, Connecticut, a state legislator, a member of the Republican Party, and a former candidate for Congress. He has been appointed to serve as a judge of the Connecticut Superior Court.

Andrew Roraback Net Worth

Andrew Roraback is one of the richest Politician. Andrew Roraback is also listed on the elit list of Richest Politician born on March 29 . According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Andrew Roraback net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.

Andrew Roraback Net Worth & Salary
Net Worth$1.5 Million
SalaryUnder Review
Source of WealthPolitician
HouseLiving in own house.

In addition to his leadership role on the Finance Committee, Roraback has been widely recognized for his work on education, domestic violence, agriculture and environmental issues. In 2006, Senator Roraback was honored by being named to the Aspen-Rodel Fellowship in Public Leadership as one of the nation’s top young elected officials.

In 2000 Roraback was elected as senator for the 30th Senate District. It then included the whole of Torrington, the rest of his former Assembly district, plus eight towns (in whole) and parts of two others in western Litchfield County; Torrington and the district’s portion of New Milford accounted for about 55% of the district’s population. In each of the five succeeding elections, the most recent in 2010, he was re-elected to the redistricted 30th Senate District. As of 2012 that district embraces a part of Torrington similar to what had been in his Assembly district, 13 other Litchfield County towns, and Brookfield in Fairfield County.

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Roraback attended public schools in Torrington and in Litchfield, and then high school at the Hotchkiss School. He graduated cum laude from Yale University in 1983, and in 1987 earned a J.D. from the University of Virginia Law School. He returned to Torrington in 1988 to work with his father, brother and sister at the family law firm of Roraback and Roraback, which was founded in 1883 by his great-grandfather.

At the congressional district’s convention in May 2012, Roraback won the Republican endorsement with 53% of the delegates’ votes. Three other Republican contenders—Mark Greenberg, Lisa Wilson-Foley, and Justin Bernier—each received enough votes to have the right to require that the party’s nominee be the winner of a primary election, which was held on August 14; Roraback, and all of the other three (each having so requested), appeared on the primary ballot. Roraback won 32% of the votes cast, exceeding his nearest opponent by 5 percentage points.

In early 2010, Roraback explored seeking the office of Attorney General of Connecticut that fall; in April he announced that nine of his fellow senators and several mayors had offered their support, but he would seek re-election to the state Senate instead.

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In 1994, 1996, and 1998, Roraback was elected to the Connecticut House of Representatives, in the 64th Assembly District. His district then included the northwest-corner towns of Cornwall, Goshen, Salisbury, and Sharon, which provided about half of its population; the remainder of his constituents lived in Torrington, mostly outside the more densely populated south-central portion of that town—and made up about one third of that city’s population.

In June 2007, Roraback was elected Deputy Minority Leader Pro Tempore and Minority Caucus Chairman of the State Senate.

In the general election, Roraback was defeated by Elizabeth Esty, a Democrat who had been a one-term member (for the 103rd Assembly District) of the Connecticut House of Representatives.

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