District town: Greenwich
Election history: Camillo won an open seat in 2008, succeeding eight-term Republican Claudia M. Powers.
2008 general election
|Fred Camillo (R)||5,932||55 percent|
|Edward Krumeich (D)||4,784||45 percent|
Public financing: Both candidates received $25,000 in public financing for their campaigns under the Citizens’ Election Program. Krumeich returned a surplus of $143.
Background: Camillo has no previous elective experience, but his community involvement includes organizing an effort to open a community dog park and helping to oversee various youth baseball leagues and a recycling program in Greenwich.
Committees: Appropriations, Environment, Transportation
Education: B.A., Manhattanville College
Occupation: Mortgage banker, First Bank of Greenwich
2008 Financial Disclosure: Camillo reported income from the First Bank of Greenwich and the Relocation Group of Greenwich, plus fees for umpiring baseball games from Greenwich Junior Babe Ruth League. He owns a home and an investment property in Greenwich.
Camillo has a 1/25th interest in the Greenwich Recycling Company, which collects recyclables under a contract with Greenwich.
He owns four mutual funds.
Camillo voluntarily disclosed an addendum listing debts of at least $10,000 to Washington Mutual on a mortgage for his home and to Countrywide Loans on his investment property.
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.