|Connecticut House of Representatives District 144|
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|Profession||Director of Legal Affairs, Barnes and Noble Inc|
Shapiro's professional experience includes working as the Director of Legal Affairs for Barnes and Noble, Director of Legal Affairs for W-Technologies, Corporate Counsel with Pitney Bancs, Associate with Day, Berry & Howard and a Guest Lecturer in Government/Public Policy at the University of Connecticut Stamford Branch.
Shapiro is a member of the Domestic Violence Crisis Center Advisory Board, Truglia Thumbelina Fund Advisory Board, Stamford Center for the Arts Board, Stamford Emergency Medical Services Board, Stamford Senior Services Board, University of Connecticut Community Board and University of Connecticut, Stamford Branch Advisory Board.
On November 4, 2008, Shapiro won re-election to the Connecticut House of Representatives from Connecticut's 144th District, defeating Richard Duffee (write-in). Shapiro received 6,811 votes in the election while Duffee received 2 votes. Shapiro raised $9,086 for his campaign.
|Connecticut House of Representatives, District 144|
|James Shapiro (D)||6,811|
|Richard Duffee (write-in)||2|
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