|Member of the Michigan Senate
from the 10th district
January 1, 2011
|Preceded by||Michael Switalski|
|Member of the Michigan House of Representatives
from the 30th district
January 1, 2005 – December 31, 2010
|Preceded by||Sal Rocca|
|Succeeded by||Jeff Farrington|
|Born||Sterling Heights, Michigan|
|Parents||Sal Rocca and Sue Rocca|
|Alma mater||University of Michigan|
Tory Rocca (born 1973) is a member of the Michigan Senate. He is the son of Sal Rocca and Sue Rocca, both of whom served in the State House of Representatives. In fact they have all represented essentially the same district in Sterling Heights, Michigan.
Currently the District is numbered 10 and includes all of Utica, Sterling Heights, Clinton Township, and Roseville.
Rocca currently chairs the Regulatory Reform Committee in the Senate and is the vice-chair of the Families, Seniors and Human Services Committee. He also serves on the Senate Judiciary and Banking & Financial Institutions Committees.
Rocca was raised in Sterling Heights. On his website he says that he first became involved as a volunteer in political campaigns in the 1970s, indicating he was helping to elect his father Sal to office at least by the time he was five.
Rocca is a graduate of the University of Michigan and later worked for Johnson Controls in Troy as a lab technician. He then returned to the University of Michigan where he received a law degree. He passed the Michigan bar exam in 2000. He has been involved in business law and product liability law.