District towns: Naugatuck, Oxford, Southbury
Election history: Labriola won an open seat in 2002, succeeding Republican Ron San Angelo. He was unopposed in 2008.
2008 general election
David K. Labriola (R)
8,425 100 percent
Public financing: Labriola did not received public financing for his campaign.
Background: He is the son of Dr. Gerald Labriola, a former state senator who ran for governor in 1982 and 1986.
2008 Financial Disclosure: Labriola reported income from his law practice of Labriola and Labriola and his real-estate investment paratnership, L&L Capital. He owns a home and an office building in Naugatuck.
He had no securities worth more than $5,000.
He reported a debt of at least $10,00 to Naugatuck Valley Savings and Loan.
A note on financial disclosure: Every spring, officials are required to disclose the ownership of real estate, the source of any income exceeding $1,000 in the previous calendar year and securities worth more than $5,000. They also are required to file an addendum in which they report any debt of more than $10,000; this may by law be kept confidential.
Naugatuck! Oxford! Southbury
B.A., Yale University! J.D. University of Connecticut
Government Administration and Elections! Judiciary! Transportation
Labriola comes from a political family: His father, Gerald Labriola, was a former state senator who ran for governor in 1982 and 1986. His brother--and law partner--Jerry Labriola challenged 3rd District Democratic U.S. Rep. Rosa DeLauro in 2010.
Labriola won an open seat in 2002, succeeding Republican Ron San Angelo. He has not had a Democratic opponent in his last three re-election campaigns, although the Working Families Party fielded a candidate against him in 2006.
David K. Labriola