Angelo Puppolo

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Angelo Puppolo is a politician from Springfield, Massachusetts. A Democrat, he currently serves as the 12 Hampden District Representative in the Massachusetts House of Representatives.

He was elected to his first term in office in November 2006, defeating Wilbraham, Massachusetts Planning Board member Christopher Leisey, a Republican, in the general election. Prior to being elected to the Massachusetts House of Representatives, Puppolo served as a City Councilor in Springfield, MA. Puppolo is an attorney who graduated from Western New England College School of Law in 2001.

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