New York State Senate District 22
- 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. DiSanto ran as a member of the Democratic and Working Families parties.
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."
- BA, Baruch College, 2003
- MA, Integrated Marketing, New York University
- Marketing, Big Apple Circus
- Marketing, Coca Cola
DiSanto for Senate
1919 West 8th Street
Brooklyn, New York 11223
- Official campaign website
- Official campaign facebook page
- Official campaign twitter page
- Biography from Project Vote Smart
- The Brooklyn Paper, "DiSanto’s ‘Golden’ moment against Sen. Marty," October 12, 2010