Al Stirpe
  • Democrat
  • Working Families
Age: [agecalc  birthdate=”1953-06-16″ years=”” ]
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*On Nov. 6, Al Stirpe won his bid for election with 55 percent of the vote, according to unofficial results from the Onondaga County Board of Elections.

Occupation: Manager of business development, TAG Home Performance; previously worked with non-profit environmental group Synapse Sustainability Trust; former regional sales manager, Enterprise Resource Planning Software; former financial analyst, General Electric; former CFO, CID Technologies; former president, QUBE Software

Education: Bachelor’s degree in economics, University of Notre Dame (1975)

Family: wife, Chele; daughter, Alexandra; stepson Chris; stepdaughter Jessica.

Community Involvement

Served on the Board of Directors of Familycapped; helped to raise more than $1 million to build Casey’s Place; serves as a board member on the Friends of North Syracuse Early
Education Program; on the Board of Directors for the Onondaga Citizens League (OCL)

Legislative committees

Aging, Agriculture, Economic Development, Job Creation, Commerce and Industry; Higher Education, Small Business, Veterans’ Affairs

Voting Record (from Project vote Smart)

Social Media

Facebook —


The New York State AFL-CIO, with about 2.5 million members, endorsed Al Stirpe for the 121st New York State Assembly District race on Aug. 20, 2012.

Local Union 97 – International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, CSEA Local 1000, SEIU 1199, Healthcare Workers, SEIU Local 200, human service agencies, public sector colleges and universities, New York State Nurses Association, Teamsters Local 1149, Teamsters Local 317, Laborers’ Local 633, Iron Workers Local 60, New York State United Teachers, Greater Syracuse Labor Council, PEF, UAW Region 9, Planned Parenthood


View a summary of Stirpe’s fundraising from the National Institute on Money in State Politics

Contact Information

5357 W. Taft Road,
North Syracuse, N.Y., 13220
(315) 458-0095

District Description

*In 2012, voting districts were redrawn. The 121st Assembly District became the new 127th Assembly District.

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