Nicholas Sposato

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Nicholas Sposato
City of Chicago Alderman
Incumbent
Assumed office
May 16, 2011
Preceded by John Rice
Personal details
Political party Democratic
Residence Chicago, Illinois
Website City of Chicago 36th Ward

Nicholas Sposato serves on Chicago City Council as alderman of the 36th Ward on the city's Northwest Side. Sposato was elected in 2011 in an election against incumbent alderman John Rice, who was endorsed by then Mayor-elect Rahm Emanuel.[1]

Background[edit]

Before being elected to City Council, Sposato was a firefighter for 18 years and served on the Local School Council of Sayre Language Academy and president of the Trinity High School Father's Club.[2]

Aldermanic career[edit]

Ald. Sposato serves on six City Council committees: Public Safety, Special Events, Cultural Affairs and Recreation, License and Consumer Protection, Housing and Real Estate, and Committees, Rules and Ethics. He is also a member of the City Council Progressive Reform Coalition, a caucus of nine progressive alderman formed in March, 2013.[3]

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