Italian American PAC Leaders Cite Comptroller DiNapoli’s Record of Leadership and Close Ties to Italian-American Community in NYS in Strong Endorsement
(Long Island, NY) On Columbus Day, a day of major significance to many in the Italian American community, The Italian American Political Action Committee strongly endorsed NYS Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli, citing his work in furthering the achievements of Italian Americans.
Tom DiNapoli, the first Italian American to serve as NYS Comptroller, was named a Knight of the Italian Republic (Cavaliere dell’Ordine al Merito della Repubblica Italiana) in 2011 and is a member of the Order of the Sons of Italy in America. He has been honored by numerous Italian American organizations for his work and he proudly celebrates his heritage.
“I am honored to receive the endorsement of the Italian American PAC,” said NY State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli. “IAMPAC has been an effective advocate for the Italian American community in New York. IAMPAC encourages civic engagement to make New York the best state it can be. I am proud IAMPAC supports my candidacy to continue to serve all the people of our State as Comptroller.”
“IAMPAC is proud to endorse NYS Comptroller Tom DiNapoli for reelection as he strongly represented the interests of Italian Americans across the state,” said IAMPAC President James Lisa. “Tom proudly embraces his heritage and has been a trustworthy leader on behalf of all New Yorkers. His work in fighting corruption has demonstrated his commitment to integrity and we are confident he will continue to prioritize accountability over the next four years.”
“This Columbus Day, we are happy to support Tom DiNapoli for reelection and we encourage voters to do the same,” said IAMPAC Vice President Bob Fonti. “As a proud Italian American, Tom well represents this community and has a firm understanding of our interests. In safeguarding taxpayers across the state, Tom continues to put New Yorkers first. We wish Tom much success on November 4th, bouna fortuna!”
IAMPAC is a non-partisan political action committee that is registered and operates in the state of New York. Its founders, officers and members represent a broad spectrum of political philosophies and engage in the political arena to encourage political institutions, elected officials and candidates for public office to respond with deeds to the interests and well-being of the Italian American community.