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Theodore C. Speliotis

Theodore Speliotis
Member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives from the 13th Essex District
Assumed office
1997
Preceded by Sally Kerans
Member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives from the 12th Essex District
In office
1979–1987
Preceded by Robert C. Buell
Succeeded by Thomas Walsh
Personal details
Born (1953-08-20) August 20, 1953
Salem, Massachusetts
Political party Democratic
Spouse(s) June (Consigli) Speliotis
Residence Danvers, Massachusetts
Alma mater Northeastern University
Occupation Politician

Theodore C. "Ted" Speliotis (born August 20, 1953) is a Democratic member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives, representing the 13th Essex District. He lives in Danvers, Massachusetts.

Representative Speliotis attended the Carroll School in Peabody, the Danversport Elementary School and is a graduate of Danvers High School. He earned his B.S in Political Science and a certification and license to teach from Northeastern University.

Speliotis represented the 12th Essex District from 1979–1987. He lost the 1986 Democratic primary to Peabody City Councilor Thomas Walsh.[1]

From 1987–1995 Speliotis was the Danvers Town Moderator.[2]

He returned to the House in 1997 following the retirement of Sally Kerans.

References

  1. ^ Massachusetts Election Statistics 1986. 
  2. ^ 2007–2008 Public Officers of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 
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