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by Gotham Gazette Staff, Aug 03, 2013
 

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Hurricane Sandy slammed into this part of Staten Island with a vengeance. Some experts estimated that 3,000 Staten Islanders were displaced from the storm. The majority of those lived in the 50th district, or the “Mid-Island”, which includes a small part of Brooklyn and the entire middle of Staten Island, from its heavily populated east coast to its more industrial west coast. Over the past three decades, new townhouse development has been intense along this district’s eastern coast. (from Stormy City Council Race For District Hard-Hit By Hurricane Sandy by Melissa Checker, Gotham Gazette, Sept. 30, 2013)

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John Mancuso

John Mancuso (D, WF)

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Biography: Mancuso is the captain of an NYPD auxiliary police unit. He has served as chief of staff to Councilman Vincent Gentile as well as deputy chief of staff to former state Sen. Seymour Lachman.

Steven Matteo

Steven Matteo (R)

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Biography: Matteo is a native Staten Islander who received a bachelor’s degree from St. Francis College and a law degree from Touro Law School. He has served on Councilman James Oddo’s staff since 2004 and has been Oddo’s chief of staff since 2006.

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Lisa E. Giovinazzo

Lisa E. Giovinazzo (R)

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Biography: Giovinazzo is a lawyer at the firm
Kuharski, Levitz, and Giovinazzo. (source: http://www.klawnyc.com/pages/305/default.aspx).

John Mancuso

John Mancuso (D, WF)

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Biography: None.

Steven Matteo

Steven Matteo (R)

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Biography: None.

Mendy Mirocznik

Mendy Mirocznik (D)

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Biography: None.


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