Joseph Santo

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Joseph Santo
Member of the Connecticut Senate
from the 25th district
In office
1991–2001
Preceded by Andrew J. Santaniello, Jr.
Succeeded by Robert Genuario
Personal details
Born Norwalk, Connecticut
Political party Republican
Residence Norwalk, Connecticut

Joseph Santo is a former Republican member of the Connecticut Senate, representing Norwalk and part of Darien, Connecticut in Connecticut's 25th District from 1986 to 1987. He won the seat in a special election to fill a vacancy caused by the death of State Senator Andrew J. Santaniello, Jr.. He defeated John Atkin for the seat, but was defeated by Atkin later the same year in the general election.[1] [2]

After his term in the Connecticut Senate, he was elected to the Norwalk Common Council. He also served on the Norwalk Zoning Commission.[3]

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Preceded by
Andrew J. Santaniello, Jr.
Connecticut Senate
25th Senate District

1986–1987
Succeeded by
Robert Genuario