* Aberdeen & APG * Abingdon * Bel Air * Belcamp * Edgewood * Emmorton * Havre de Grace * Joppa * Joppatowne * Perryman * Riverside
District 34, Harford County
Sen. Cassilly listens to concerns presented by the Harford County realtors during Legislative Session 2016.
Havre de Grace Fire Dpt visits Annapolis
Sen. Cassilly in bill hearings in the Judicial Proceedings Committee
Groundbreaking for the new National Guard Readiness Center in Havre de Grace
Left to right: Brigadier General Casey, Brigadier General Cowen, Councilman Beulah, Senator Cassilly, Heather Campbell from Senator Cardin's office, and County Executive Glassman
Sen. Cassilly visits William Paca/Old Post Road Elementary School in August 2016
Sen. Cassilly, Gov. Hogan, Del. Andrew Cassilly
Sen. Cassilly addresses military retirees at Aberdeen Proving Ground on May 9th, 2015
Sen. Cassilly is honored as the Maryland State's Attorneys Association's "Legislator of the Year" at the MSAA 2015 convention in the first year of his first term as State Senator
Bob purchases a lamb from Ned Maxwell at the 4H auction during the Harford County Farm Fair in August, 2015
Bob and other leaders from the state, county, and city governments tour Havre de Grace with Comptroller Peter Franchot on August 10th, 2015
Bob speaking on the Senate floor (2015)
Minister Horace Tittle & Bob in Abingdon
Bob in Tikrit, Iraq
Bob Speaks to the Harford County Republican Club, May 2014
Gabe, Bob, Barry Glassman, & Sam at the Bel Air Town Run, June 1, 2014
Sen. Cassilly delivers remarks on legislation impacting small businesses at the Harford County Chamber of Commerce Legislative Wrap-Up Meeting in 2016
(Photo credit: The Aegis, David Anderson, April 22, 2016)
Sen. Cassilly receives the 2016 Friend of the Maryland Municipal League Award for supporting policies that benefit Maryland municipalities. Sen. Cassilly represents Harford County's three municipalities; Aberdeen, Bel Air, and Havre de Grace.
Left to right: Friendsville Mayor Spencer R. Schlosnagle; MML President, Sen. Robert Cassilly, and Bill Jorch; MML Government Relations staff
Lieutenant Governor Boyd Rutherford.