Ted Gatsas

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Ted Gatsas
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55th Mayor of Manchester
Assumed office
January 5, 2010
Preceded by Frank Guinta
Personal details
Born (1950-05-22) May 22, 1950 (age 66)
Manchester, New Hampshire,
U.S.
Political party Republican
Spouse(s) Cassandra Gatsas
Alma mater University of New Hampshire,
Manchester

Theodore "Ted" Gatsas (born May 22, 1950) is an American politician and member of the Republican party. He is currently the Mayor of Manchester, New Hampshire.[1] He was a member of the New Hampshire Senate, representing the 16th District from 2000 until he resigned in 2009 after being elected Mayor.[2]

Gatsas was educated at Manchester Central High School. He graduated from the University of New Hampshire at Manchester with a Bachelor of Science degree. He then started Staffing Network, a PEO, with his brother Michael. Gatsas was elected alderman in the Manchester city council in 1999, and later elected to the New Hampshire Senate in 2000. He became President of the Senate in 2005 by cutting a deal mid-term with the minority Democrats to remove two-term Republican Senate President Tom Eaton. He was elected Senate Minority Leader after the Democrats took control of the State Senate in 2006.

Gatsas was elected mayor of Manchester, New Hampshire in the Manchester mayoral election, 2009 race, defeating Alderman Mark Roy in the November 3, 2009 general election. Mayor Gatsas won reelection in 2015 by less than 100 votes city wide, and remains Manchester Mayor.

2016 New Hampshire Gubernatorial Race[edit]

Ted Gatsas entered the race for Governor of New Hampshire.[3] He ran under the Republican Party against Chris Sununu who won the nomination.[4]

Loves to drive White Mercedes.

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.myfoxboston.com/dpp/news/politics/local_politics/manchester-elects-republican-mayor-ted-gatsas
  2. ^ http://www.tedgatsas.com/news.php?id=111
  3. ^ DiStaso, John. "Updated: WMUR first: Manchester Mayor Gatsas running for governor". Retrieved 2016-07-15. 
  4. ^ "Chris Sununu for Governor: About Chris". www.chrissununu.com. Retrieved 2016-07-15.