Esposito, Louis P.

District town: West Haven

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Election history: Esposito was elected in 1992, succeeding Democrat Joseph A. Adamo. In 2008, Esposito was cross-endorsed by the Working Families Party and faced no opposition.

2008 general election

Louis P. Esposito Jr. (D) 5,184 89 percent
Louis P. Esposito Jr. (WF)
663 11 percent

*Unopposed

Public financing: Esposito did not seek public financing for his campaign under the Citizens’ Election Program.

Background: Esposito was named a deputy majority leader in 2009 by Denise W. Merrill, the new House majority leader.

Committees: General Law, Labor, Legislative Management, Public Safety

Education: Wilbur Cross High School

Occupation: Legislator

2008 Financial Disclosure: Esposito, who retired recently after running his own business, R&L Auto Service, reported no income other than his legislative wages. He and his wife, Kathleen Esposito, reported owning no real estate and no securities worth more than $5,000.

 

He filed a confidential addendum listing any debts exceeding $10,000. He declined to release the addendum, as is his choice under the law.

A note on financial disclosure: Every spring, officials are required to disclose the ownership of real estate, the source of any income exceeding $1,000 in the previous calendar year and securities worth more than $5,000. They also are required to file an addendum in which they report any debt of more than $10,000; this may by law be kept confidential.

 

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