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About Sal

Sal DiCiccio’s parents moved to the United States in the late 1950s to join family and pursue the American Dream. In 1962, Sal’s father and mother relocated the family to Phoenix.  Sal’s father, armed with a sixth grade education, worked as a laborer and his mother as a seamstress.  After high school, Sal worked multiple jobs to pay his way through Arizona State University where he earned a bachelor’s degree in Business.  Proud of both his country and his heritage, Sal takes the lessons learned in a working class home and applies them to his work at the city every day.  A businessman and fiscal conservative, Sal looks for opportunities to stretch every dollar on behalf of the taxpayer.  Sal is married to Debbie DiCiccio and has twin daughters, Anna and Emilia.

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Greater Phoenix Chamber announces endorsement for Sal DiCiccio

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  June 19, 2017 PHOENIX – The Greater Phoenix Chamber of Commerce Political Action Committee (PAC) is endorsing Phoenix City Councilman Jim Waring for District 2 and Phoenix City Councilman Sal DiCiccio in District 6 for the upcoming August election. GPCC PAC has supported candidates in local and state races for more than three decades who distinguish themselves as knowledgeable and supportive of issues affecting the success of Greater Phoenix-area businesses. Endorsement by the GPCC PAC Board requires a supermajority vote of its membership to ensure consensus candidates receive the Chamber’s support. “Both Sal and Jim are candidates who understand the importance of maintaining a pro-business environment and who are willing to stand with the Chamber to best advance policies that will continue to create new jobs and long-term economic stability, positioning Phoenix at the forefront of future economic development efforts,” said PAC Board Chairman John W. Moody. “The Chamber would like to thank councilmen DiCiccio and Waring for their support of business community and their willingness to speak out against policies that would have a negative effect on Phoenix’s job creators. We encourage all registered voters to vote in the upcoming election and get to know the candidates for office,” said Greater Phoenix Chamber

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