Frank Scotto Endorsed by Former Manhattan Beach Mayor Bob Holmes
TORRANCE – Bob Holmes, retired Mayor of Manhattan Beach, has endorsed small business owner and former Torrance Mayor Frank Scotto in his bid for the California State Assembly.
“Frank has been living and working in the South Bay for decades, and he understands this area better than anyone,” said Holmes. “I know that in the Assembly, Frank will continue fighting to make this region and the rest of California a better place to live, work and raise a family.”
As a longtime community leader, Scotto has served the City of Torrance and the surrounding area in a variety of different capacities. In 1997, Scotto was appointed to serve on the Torrance Civil Services Commission. In 2000, he was elected to the Torrance City Council, where he was appointed by his peers to serve as the city’s Mayor Pro-Tem. In 2006 and again in 2010, Frank was elected to serve as the Mayor of Torrance. In addition to working as a public servant, Frank owned and operated his own local tow truck company, Frank Scotto Towing. For four decades, he worked to grow his small business, create jobs, and contribute to the local economy.
Currently, Scotto and his wife, Cindy, live in Torrance. Scotto is still active in the community, volunteering with numerous local organizations, including the Arts Council of Torrance; Torrance Sister City Association; the Torrance Rose Float Association; and the Chambers of Commerce of Torrance, Redondo Beach, and Lomita.
Frank Scotto is the former Mayor of Torrance. He is running for State Assembly in the 66th Assembly District, which encompasses much of the South Bay of Los Angeles.