Important Announcement

Dear Friends,

I want to share some important news with you. Yesterday, I filed to run as your representative in the Florida State House, District 90.  As you know, I have a passion for public service and I want to continue to serve residents of Palm Beach County. With my deep understanding of the issues affecting District 90 residents and my broad public and private sector background, I have the experience we need in a State Representative.

I recently returned from Tallahassee, where I had meetings with the Democratic leadership, policy leaders and members of the PBC Delegation. I am thankful for the opportunity to discuss important local issues and I look forward to working alongside these leaders to make a positive impact in our community.

Since filing my paperwork yesterday, I have received overwhelming support. I want to build on this momentum and start off strong. Please join my team today by endorsing my campaign. You can do so by emailing with “Yes, I endorse Joe Casello for House District 90.”

Please share this announcement with your friends, family and neighbors to help spread the word about this important announcement.


Thank you,



Joe Casello
Boynton Beach City Commissioner
Florida State House District 90 Candidate



FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                         Contact: Joe Casello

May 8, 2017                                                                   Phone: 561-602-6400

Joe Casello files to run for State House District 90

Boynton Beach, FL – On Monday, May 8, 2017, Joe Casello filed his intent to run for Florida State House, District 90.

“I am running for State House District 90 because I am passionate about public service and want to continue to make a positive difference in my community,” said Commissioner Casello, who currently serves on the Boynton Beach City Commission. “In the State Legislature, I will focus on enhancing public safety, supporting our local economy, improving our education system and creating jobs in Palm Beach County.”

Commissioner Casello, a Democrat, was elected to the City Commission in 2013 and reelected in 2017. He also serves as a Board Member of the Palm Beach County League of Cities, a member of the Palm Beach County Sober Home Task Force, a member of the South Central Regional Wastewater Treatment and Disposal Board and a Board Member of the Global Business Development Center. In addition, Commissioner Casello serves as a director of the Boynton Beach Community Redevelopment Board, as President of the Knollwood Homeowners Association and has been actively involved with the Community Caring Center in Boynton Beach.

“I am committed to serving residents of Palm Beach County,” Commissioner Casello said. “My extensive public and private experience and my strong record of community involvement make me the best candidate running for House District 90.  Throughout my time as Boynton Beach City Commissioner, I have shown that I am a leader who listens to my constituents and gets things done for our community.”

In his hometown of Worcester, Massachusetts, he served on many boards and committees, managing millions of dollars in assets and raising thousands of dollars for charitable organizations, such as the Worcester Fire Department Credit Union Board of Trustees, Municipal Retirees Organization, United Way and Habitat for Humanity.

Born in Worcester, Commissioner Casello attended public schools in his community. He graduated from Worcester Industrial Technical Institute in 1972 and Quinsigamond Community College in 2002, where he earned an Associate in Science.

Commissioner Casello honorably served as a Non-Commissioned Officer in the United States Air Force. Assigned to the 212th ANG Unit, he was responsible for the installation of radio transmission sites throughout the country. In 1974, he was appointed to the Worcester Fire Department and promoted to Lieutenant in 1984.  Within the Fire Department, he served in many capacities, including arson investigator, working closely with the State Fire Marshal’s Office and the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms (ATF).

As a business owner and licensed electrical contractor for over 23 years, Commissioner Casello operated Casello Electrical Services, specializing in residential and commercial electrical design and installation. Commissioner Casello is married and has one daughter.






Paid by Joe Casello, Democrat, for State House District 90