De Giorgio wants to focus on the town's infrastructure investments, including continued paving improvements and sidewalk repairs. "I'm really just looking to continue what I've been doing for the last four years: trying to improve the quality of life in Port Washington," De Giorgio said. She hopes to see progress on two projects she's working on: Petrus Park's restoration and Upper Main Street's redesign. She said she is prioritizing "localized issues" that are important to residents, including commuter parking issues. "The district is doing really well," De Giorgio said. "I want to stay on that path."
De Giorgio, 47, of Port Washington, is running on the Republican, Conservative and Reform lines. She was elected to the North Hempstead Town Board in 2011. Originally from the Bronx, she attended St. Catherine Academy, graduating in 1985. She graduated from Fordham University in 1989 with a psychology degree and received a degree from Fordham University Law School in 1992. In 1995, she established her law practice in Port Washington, where she specializes in family law and real estate. She was an adjunct law professor at the New York Institute of Technology from 1996 through 1999. She also serves as pro bono attorney for the Nassau County Coalition against Domestic Violence. She is married with two children.