Etienne David Adorno

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Etienne Adorno
Candidate for
New York State Assembly District 38
High schoolJohn Bowne High School (2002)
AssociateJohn Jay College of Criminal Justice
Bachelor'sJohn Jay College of Criminal Justice (2009)
Date of birthSeptember 20, 1984
Campaign website
Etienne Adorno was a 2012 Democratic candidate for District 38 of the New York State Assembly.


Campaign themes


On his campaign website, Adorno listed a number of issues:[1]

  • "Protect and promote our quality of life throughout our community"
  • "Work closely with local police precincts, youth groups and local watch groups to address quality of life issues such as: Safety, Sidewalk and Street Damage, Noise Pollution, Graffiti, Neighborhood Enhancements"
  • "Create adequate and transparent communication between government and community"
  • "Maintain frequent and consistent contact with the constituency"
  • "Endorse job creation, job promotion and job security for our communities"
  • "Support small business creation"
  • "Support Veterans and their families in their transition back into communities"
  • "Advocate for increase in local education funding"
  • "Advocate for decreased classroom size and qualified teacher pools"
  • "Support Working Parents thru enhanced programs for children"
  • "Work to enhance recreational opportunities for youth"
  • "Work with Congress to keep student loan interest rates low and help students of higher education pursue a degree without the burden of debt"
  • "Work with local watch groups, police precincts and local associations to reduce crime"
  • "Protect the rights of the disabled"
  • "Work to ensure adequate transportation alternatives and services for the aging and disabled"



See also: New York State Assembly elections, 2012

Adorno ran in the 2012 election for New York State Assembly District 38. Adorno was defeated by incumbent Michael G. Miller -- who also ran on the Working Families Party -- in the Democratic primary on September 13, 2012.[2][3]

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