Ronald Mariano 186th (2009 - 2010) Majority Leader

D Quincy
Ronald Mariano


State House
Room 343
Boston, MA 02133
Phone: 617-722-2300
Fax: 617-722-2750
Bill Docket Bill Title
S.655 SD2015 For legislation relative to governmentally involved housing in the city of Quincy
S.1162 SD609 For legislation to furher regulate retirement laws
S.1302 SD585 For legislation authorizing the board of assessors of the city of Quincy to grant tax abatements to certain military personnel.
S.1687 SD389 For legislation relative to gender based discrimination and hate crimes
H.1728 HD431 Relative to gender based discrimination and hate crimes
S.1771 SD713 For legislation to prohibit the possession by or sale of spray paint to minors.
H.1834 HD2832 Relative to the payment of compensation for permanent and partial incapacity of injured employees
S.2065 SD2123 (with the approval of the mayor and city council) for legislation relative to MBTA billboards in the city of Quincy
S.2091 SD2141 (with the approval of the mayor and city council) for legislation to establish neighborhood speed reduction zones
S.2336 SD2476 (with the approval of the mayor and city council) for legislation to ban texting while driving in the city of Quincy
H.4730 HD4869 For legislation to restrict calllers from using certain automatic dialing devices for sending informaion to subscribers of telephone services

Mariano has been a lifelong basketball fan and has coached Quincy Youth Basketball for numerous years. He is the founder and coordinator of the President’s Youth Basketball Association and is a member of the Quincy Public Schools Athletic Contribution Committee. Mariano also enjoys travel, reading, and music.

Personal Information

Profession: Teacher
Spouse: Eve Powell

Career Highlights

  • Mariano was elected to the Massachusetts House of Representatives in December, 1991 in a special election
  • Mariano was appointed Assistant Majority Leader in February, 2009
  • As chair, Mariano oversaw all legislative matters pertaining to banking and insurance
  • Mariano served as a member of the Quincy School Committee from 1989 to 2009

Education & Public Service

  • Quincy Public Schools
  • Northeastern University, B.S.
  • University of Massachusetts at Boston, M.Ed.
  • Quincy School Committee; Norfolk County Advisory Board former member
  • Ward 2 Democratic Committee former chairman; Quincy College Board of Governors
  • Baird and Maquire Task Force (co-chair)
  • Mass. House (1992-present), Assistant Majority Leader
Third Norfolk, Consisting of Holbrook: Precincts 2, 3, 4; Quincy: Ward 2, Ward 4: Precinct 5; Weymouth: Precincts 5, 6, 9, 12, 16

District Office Hours: Office hours are held the first Friday of every month at: 10:00 AM Weymouth Town Hall & 12:30 PM & Holbrook Town Hall