Michael DiSanto

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Michael DiSanto
Candidate for
New York State Senate District 22

Political party Democratic
Website Campaign website
Michael DiSanto was a Democratic candidate for District 22 of the New York State Senate. The primary election was on September 14, 2010, and the general election was on November 2.



See also: New York State Senate elections, 2010

DiSanto ran unopposed in the September 14 Democratic primary. DiSanto was defeated by incumbent Martin Golden (R) in the general election on November 2.[1] DiSanto ran as a member of the Democratic and Working Families parties.


Campaign themes

DiSanto campaign website lists several main issues:

  • Putting Education First: "Demand funding for well-rounded education, including the arts, athletics, and after-school programs, implement new training programs for teachers, and modernize classrooms and libraries with internet technology."
  • Keeping Public Transportation in Brooklyn: "End public transportation cuts in Brooklyn, restore frequent and dependable service, and keep costs affordable for working families."
  • Taking Care of Our Senior: "Increase the availability of services, maintain retirement benefits, and add preventative programs to improve quality of life. "
  • Revitalizing and Re-energizing our Neighborhood: Support small businesses, encourage the arts, and unify the community through festivals and entertainment for our residents.
  • Honoring our District's Veterans: "Improve resources for New York’s veterans, including job training, housing assistance, and mental health services."
  • Protecting Our Streets From Violence: "Teach tolerance in public schools, support local law enforcement, and create a safer environment for our children and seniors through neighborhood watch groups."
  • Creating a Greener Brooklyn: "Cut energy bills at no cost to home owners while reducing pollution, promoting sustainable products, and encouraging healthier living."
  • Guaranteeing Civil Rights for Everyone: "Advocate for women’s rights, equal benefits, Marriage Equality, and disability rights."
  • Promoting Home Ownership and Affordable Housing: "Provide tax breaks for home repairs, ban housing discrimination, and provide incentives for a new crop of homebuyers in the changing real estate market."


  • B.A., Baruch College, 2003
  • MA, Integrated Marketing, New York University[2]

Professional experience

  • Marketing, Big Apple Circus
  • Marketing, Coca Cola[2]


Campaign Address

DiSanto for Senate

1919 West 8th Street

Brooklyn, New York 11223

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