Daniel J. Burling
Theresa M. nee Pimpo
June 22, 1960 (age 63) Buffalo, New York (
Other political affiliations
Conservative, Tea Party
East Aurora, New York, United States
New York Republican State Committee
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David J. DiPietro (born June 22, 1960) is a Republican member of the New York State Assembly representing Assembly District 147, which comprises the southern halves of Erie County, New York and Wyoming County, New York.
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- Early life and career
- Political career
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Early life and career
DiPietro was born in Buffalo, New York. His parents moved the family to the Village of East Aurora where he subsequently attended Immaculate Conception Elementary and East Aurora High School. He earned a degree in Business Administration from Wittenberg University in 1985.
DiPietro began his career at M&T Bank in Buffalo but left after a few years to work as a consultant to small businesses. In 1991 he assumed control of his parents' dry cleaning business in Amherst, New York.
He was elected a trustee of the Village of Aurora in 1999 and mayor in 2002. After serving as mayor for six years, he set his sights on higher office, running in the Republican primary for the 59th New York State Senate District against incumbent Dale Volker in 2008 and challenger Patrick Gallivan in 2010. He ran unsuccessfully as the Tea Party candidate in the 2010 general election for the senate seat.
In 2012, he won a seat in the New York State Assembly. In 2013, he introduced legislation to repeal the NY SAFE Act.
Assemblyman David DiPietro has held a hard Conservative stance during his opportunities to effect change. He voted NAY on proposed medical marijuana legislation, Compassionate Care Act Bill A6357, each of the 3 motions dates of 6/3/13 (94-41), 5/27/14 (94-63), and DiPietro was one of 13 NAY votes when the bill finally passed on 6/20/14 (117-13). | In addition, he voted NAY for emergency access to medical marijuana Bill A07060 on 6/9/15 (passed 130-18).
DePietro voted NAY on all key votes concerning affirmative action, paid family leave, increasing minimum wage and prohibiting workplace discrimination based on reproductive health decisions. He voted NAY as well as state funded projects consider CLIMATE CHANGE and prohibition of HYDRAULIC FRACTURING.
He has been quoted as a politician who “can be counted on to defend the principles of a free society: Life, Liberty, and Property” through “the wisdom of our Founding Fathers.”.