He said his top priorities are protecting residents from tax increases while delivery quality services in a tough economy and controlling spending. He wants to keep neighborhoods safe by making sure there is sufficient funding for police and to protect the environment and groundwater by proposing legislation to bring sewers into residential areas.
D'Amaro, 54, of North Babylon, is running on the Democratic, Conservative, Working Families, Independence and Women's Equality lines. D'Amaro is seeking a sixth term. He is an attorney of counsel to Rivkin Radler LLP in Uniondale but works as a full-time legislator. He is a graduate of Deer Park High School, received a bachelor's degree in political science from Stony Brook University and earned a degree from St. John's Law School. He is chairman of the budget and finance committee and also is on the education and human services committees. He has two sons.