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Gotham Votes 2013

51st City Council District


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Vincent M. Ignizio   (R, I)

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Biography: Ignizio has served as chief of staff to Councilmen Stephen Fiala and Andrew Lanza. While working for Lanza he founded the non-partisan Chief of Staff caucus. He eventually succeeded Lanza as councilman when he was elected in 2007. He has a degree in communications from Rider University.

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Cristopher Walsh   (D)

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Biography: Walsh has spent thirty years as a longshoreman, during which time he served as president of Local 1730 of the International Longshoremen's Association. He currently works as a sanitation worker on Staten Island and is involved with numerous local sports organizations.


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Vincent M. Ignizio   (R, I)

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Biography: Ignizio has served as chief of staff to Councilmen Stephen Fiala and Andrew Lanza. While working for Lanza he founded the non-partisan Chief of Staff caucus. He eventually succeeded Lanza as councilman when he was elected in 2007. He has a degree in communications from Rider University.

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Janine Materna   (D, WF)

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Biography: None.

 

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Cristopher Walsh   (D)

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Biography: None.

 



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