|New York State Assembly District 62|
| Assumed office|
| Current term ends|
Tobacco's professional experiences include assistant director of contract oversight, Borough of Staten Island; legislative aide for New York State Assembly's Intern Program; senior professional healthcare representative for Pfizer Incorporated; summer intern for Staten Island Borough President Guy Molinari; and congressional intern for United States Representative Guy Molinari.
Tobacco earned a BA in political science from State University of New York Albany. He and his wife, Jennifer, have two children; Madison and Christian.
On November 4, 2008 Tobacco won re-election to the New York State Assembly, District 62, defeating opponent Albert Albanese (D).
Tobacco raised $65,690 for his campaign while Albanese raised $4,947.
|New York State Assembly, District 62 2008|
|Lou Tobacco (R)||30,410|
|Albert Albanese (D)||11,816|
In 2008, a year in which Tobacco was up for re-election, he collected $65,690 in donations.
The major contributors were:
|Amalgamated Transit Union New York||$2,000|
|New York State Association of Realtors||$1,500|
- Subcommittee on Tuition Assistance Program
- Subcommittee on Outreach and Oversight of Senior Citizen Programs
- New York Assembly - Rep. Lou Tobacco
- Legislative profile from Project Vote Smart
- Biography from Project Vote Smart
- Campaign Contributions: 2008
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