Alessandra Moretti (Vicenza, 24 June 1973) is an Italian politician.
Moretti graduated in law at the University of Urbino and has worked as a divorce lawyer since 2001.
Since her young age, Moretti was interested in politics, following her father, who had been active in the Italian Communist Party. She first entered politics with the Democrats of the Left. After some failed electoral campaigns (notably including that of the 2007 provincial election of Vicenza, in a list in support of Giorgio Carollo of Veneto for the European People's Party), in 2008 Moretti, who had joined the Democratic Party (PD), was elected to the municipal council of Vicenza from the list "Variati Mayor" and was appointed deputy mayor in charge of education and youth.
In 2012 Moretti gained national prominence when she was appointed by Pier Luigi Bersani spokeswoman of his campaign for the centre-left primary election. In the event, Bersani won the nomination for Prime Minister, but lost the 2013 general election. Moretti was however elected to the Chamber of Deputies for the PD.
In the 2014 European Parliament election Moretti was elected to the European Parliament but resigned in February 2015 to contest local elections and was replaced by Damiano Zoffoli.
In the 2015 Venetian regional election Moretti ran for President of Veneto, but gained a mere 22.7% of the vote and was thus defeated by incumbent President Luca Zaia of Liga Veneta–Lega Nord, who secured 50.1% of the vote.