Robert H. Marsh
|Robert H. Marsh|
|Member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives from the 14th Norfolk District|
|Preceded by||Royall H. Switzler|
|Succeeded by||Peter E. Madden|
August 15, 1959 |
|Alma mater||Hobart College|
Robert H. Marsh (born August 15, 1959 in Boston) is an American politician who represented the 14th Norfolk District in the Massachusetts House of Representatives from 1987 until he resigned in 1992 to work for United States Secretary of Transportation Andrew Card.
After working for Card, Marsh served as Congressman Peter I. Blute's chief aide and ran Mitt Romney's 1994 Senate campaign. In 1997 he was appointed by Governor William Weld to the Massachusetts Port Authority board.
- 1991-1992 Public Officers of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
- Hanafin, Teresa M. (March 28, 1992). "Legislator picked as Card assistant". Boston Globe. Retrieved 30 July 2011.
- "Marsh Resigns as Blute Aide". Worcester Telegram & Gazette. December 3, 1993.
- "Blute Ex-Aide Gets Massport Appointment". The Associated Press. June 20, 1997.
- Peter B. Sleeper; Ray Richard (September 17, 1986). "6-Term Rep. Bolling of Mattapan Upset by Boston School Board's Owens Hicks". Boston Globe. Retrieved 30 July 2011.
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