Alfonse D'Amato

  • Chairman, Senate Committee of Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs, 1995-1999
  • United States Senator, 1981-1999

A legendary defender of the Middle Class and fighter of bureaucracy, Alfonse D'Amato questions our bi-partisan society and how Washington will maintain thoughtful representation of the people.

 
  

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"Everyone enjoyed the evening immensely. So many people told me immediately after the program, and for days afterward, everywhere I went I bumped into people who told me how much they enjoyed your presentation. Transcending the 'knee jerk' partisan responses we so often hear, alerted our members to the possibilities inherent in public service when elected officials seek to exemplify by their work a true sense of the common good." --Bruce S. Block, Temple Sinai of Bergen County



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  • Commonwealth Land Title Insurance Company
  • Temple Sinai of Bergen County
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Power, Pasta & Politics: The World According to Senator D’Amato

Reflecting on his rise to leadership and calling upon the values bestowed on him by his Italian immigrant parents, Senator D’Amato uses his experience to outline the issues facing our economy and domestic agenda. ...

Reflecting on his rise to leadership and calling upon the values bestowed on him by his Italian immigrant parents, Senator D’Amato uses his experience to outline the issues facing our economy and domestic agenda.

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Biography

Former Senator D’Amato had a distinguished 18-year career in the U.S. Senate, served as chairman of the Senate Banking Committee, was a member of the Senate Appropriations Committee - specializing in defense and transportation issues - and served on the Senate Finance Committee. The former Senator is considered an expert in the legislative and political process. As such, Senator D’Amato keeps close relationships with Members of Congress, on both sides of the aisle, and is regularly called upon for his advice and counsel. He is also a noted commentator on the Fox News Channel, NY1, and Bloomberg Radio.