Michael Fedele

Michael Fedele REPRepublican

Italian-American politician

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Michael FedeleREPRepublican Italian-American politician
68
Years of Age
22
Years of Experience
CTResidence (state)

Michael Fedele (born March 30, 1955 in Minturno, Italy) is an Italian-American politician. A member of the Republican Party, he served as the 107th Lieutenant Governor of Connecticut from 2007 to 2011.Following the decision on November 9, 2009, by incumbent Governor M. Jodi Rell not to seek re-election, Fedele announced his candidacy to seek the office of governor in the 2010 Connecticut gubernatorial election. He was a candidate in the party's primary contest, but narrowly lost the nomination on August 10 to former United States Ambassador to Ireland Tom Foley. Fedele ran for Mayor of Stamford in 2013. He lost the election to David Martin.

Education4 - 4 of 2
Fairfield University
BS Computer Science
1977
Nornack State Technical College
AS Computer Science
1975
Past Positions1 - 8 of 8
Lieutenant Governor
State of Connecticut
2006 - 2010
Representative
Connecticut State House of Representatives
1992 - 2002
Stamford Board of Representatives
1987 - 1991
Stamford Republican Town Committee
1983 - 1991
Stamford Constable
1983
President
The Pinnacle Group
1987 - Current
Duracell International
1979 - 1987
Bristol-Myers
1973 - 1979
Other Experience1 - 6 of 6
Board Member
Stamford Education Foundation
Board of Directors
CTE
Board of Directors
Yerwood Center
Member
State Street Debating Society
Member
Umbrella Club
Member
Exchange Club