Michael Caccioppoli Jr.
Mike Caccioppoli (born July 12, 1971) is a candidate for Mayor in San Francisco in 2018. His campaign slogan is "Fighting For A Progressive San Francisco". In 2015-2016 he campaigned for Bernie Sanders. During the 2006 Election, he ran as a Democratic candidate for the United States House of Representatives seat that was held by Rick Renzi, representing the 1st District of Arizona (map). On September 12, 2006, his campaign officially ended when he did not win the Democratic Primary.
He worked on the campaigns of John Kerry and Paul Babbitt during the 2004 election while living in Casa Grande. In the 2006 election year, Mike ran for US House of Representatives against incumbent Rick Renzi in Arizona Congressional District 1. His campaign slogan was "Renew the Deal," referring to Roosevelt's New Deal under which most of the great American social programs were created. Mike was also officially endorsed by Stuart Starky, a candidate for US Senate in Arizona in 2004. He was also endorsed by the groups Democracy For America and the Progressive Democrats of America.
Background and family
Mike Caccioppoli was born in the Brooklyn borough of New York, New York. In 1989, Caccioppoli graduated from Susan Wagner High School on Staten Island in New York, New York. Following high school, Caccioppoli studied communications for two years at New York City's College of Staten Island. At age 19, he worked as a studio director and on-air film critic at talk radio WABC in New York. Later, he went to Las Vegas, Nevada to work on several talk radio shows. He also co-hosted the morning show there in '97-'98. Michael is the older brother of Evan F. Caccioppoli, a New York/Chicago based Theatre Director/Actor/and Teacher.
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