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Angela Alioto

Angela AliotoBorn: 20-Oct-1949
Birthplace: San Francisco, CA

Gender: Female
Religion: Roman Catholic
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Politician, Attorney
Party Affiliation: Democratic

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: San Francisco politician and pundit

Served on San Francisco Board of Supervisors from 1988 until 1997, when she departed due to term limits. Served as the California chair for former turtlenecked Governor Jerry Brown's unsuccessful Presidential campaign in 1992, and she herself ran for mayor of San Francisco in 2003, losing to Gavin Newsom and Green candidate Matt Gonzalez who faced each other in a runoff. Angela practices law and was once named "Litigator of the Month" by National Law Journal. Occasionally appears as a talking head on cable news programs.

Father: Joseph Alioto (Mayor of San Franscico, b. 1916, d. 1998)
Mother: Angelina Genaro
Husband: Adolfo Veronese (m. 8-Dec-1968, one daughter, three sons)
Daughter: Angela Mera Veronese
Son: Adolfo Veronese, Jr.
Son: Joseph Alioto Veronese (attorney)
Son: Gian-Paolo Veronese (CFO)

    High School: Convent of the Sacred Heart
    University: BA English, Lone Mountain College (1971)
    Law School: JD, University of San Francisco School of Law (1983)

    Joseph and Angela Alioto Partner
    San Francisco Board of Supervisors President (1993-95)
    San Francisco Board of Supervisors (1988-97)
    Association of Trial Lawyers of America
    Bar Association of San Francisco
    NAACP
    Obama for Illinois
    Society of Professional Journalists
    Wedding: Jerry Brown and Anne Gust (2005)

Official Website:
http://www.angelaalioto.com/

Author of books:
Straight to the Heart: Political Cantos (1998, memoir)


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