Sally Bolster

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Sally Bolster
Member of the Connecticut House of Representatives
from the 137th district
In office
Preceded by Frank Esposito
Succeeded by Alex Knopp
Personal details
Political party


Residence Rowayton, Connecticut

Sally McCarthy Bolster is a former member of the Connecticut House of Representatives, representing the 137th District from 1988 to 1993. She has served for many years on the Norwalk Common Council, including as its president. She had previously been an aide to U.S. Representative Stewart McKinney.

Political career[edit]

In 1974, she was a candidate for Secretary of the State of Connecticut.[1]

In 1988, she defeated Democratic challenger Heather Rodin in a special election to fill the Connecticut House seat vacated by Frank Esposito.[2]

In 1990, she defeated Democratic challenger Herbert Feuerhake.[2]

In 1992, Bolster's residence was redistricted into a newly formed 141st district with part of Darien. She ran against incumbent Reginald L. Jones, Jr. as a Democrat but was defeated.


Preceded by
Frank Esposito
Connecticut House of Representatives
137th Assembly District

Succeeded by
Alex Knopp