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http://sharedparentingworks.org/2016/09/07/berkshire-county-ma-vote-for-rinaldo-delgallo-for-state-senate-sept-8/ Berkshire County, MA: Vote for Rinaldo DelGallo for State Senate Sept. 8 This entry was posted in Action Politics Shared Parenting on September 7, 2016 by teri Rinaldo Del Gallo In Berkshire County, Mass, Rinaldo DelGallo, a divorced father and outspoken advocate for shared parenting is one of three democrats facing off in a primary election to fill an open seat in the State Senate. The other two candidates oppose shared parenting. Also in Mass, Marilyn Pettito Devaney is running for re-election as a member of the Governor’s Council. She publicly favors shared parenting and is a member of Leading Women for Shared Parenting. VOTE Read more…


  Rinaldo Del Gallo grew up in Berkshire County and attended Pittsfield public schools.   He graduated in the top of his class with a Bachelor of Science degree in electrical engineering from Northeastern University.   He then attended a top 20 law school, George Washington University Law School, where he again graduated in the top half of his class, and received awards for academic excellence.   Just after graduating from law school, he wrote one of the most famous law review articles in the area of patent law (published in Idea Magazine, from Franklin Pierce University), “Are methods of doing business finally out Read more…


Published Monday, September 5, 2016 I differ from my opponents as follows: I am running as a “Bernie Sander progressive”; they declined to say whether they voted for Bernie or Hillary when asked by a debate moderator; they figure you are not entitled to know how they fall on the political spectrum. They were initially undecided about whether to oppose the pipelines. This shows that they had reservations about opposing the pipelines and upsetting the pipelines’ advocates. They only opposed the pipelines after I jumped in the race and opposed the pipelines from the start. To fight against global warming, Read more…


Selfless Del Gallo will help many in Senate To the editor: I am writing to endorse Rinaldo Del Gallo III for the Massachusetts state Senate. Readers of The Eagle will be familiar with Rinaldo from his many interesting and informative op-eds, as well as coverage of his career as a lawyer, representation of the Berkshire Fatherhood Coalition and now as a Bernie Sanders progressive Democrat running for state Senate. Some of his other activities include gaining a ban on Styrofoam cups in Pittsfield as well as bringing the designs of pipeline advocates to the attention of the public in this Read more…


By Andy McKeever & Tammy DanielsiBerkshires Staff 10:51PM / Monday, July 09, 2012 Local journalist and blogger Dan Valenti read a 17-page affadavit in court rebutting the harassment order against him. PITTSFIELD, Mass. — An order restraining local blogger Daniel Valenti from commenting on a highly publicized pedestrian accident was vacated Monday afternoon following a lengthy hearing in Central Berkshire District Court. Valenti and his attorneys said it was a victory for the 1st Amendment, which guarantees freedom of the press. “I’m pleased that the court heard our arguments that in no way should this be allowed,” said Valenti, who Read more…


The Berkshire Courier April 15-21 DEL GALLO IS READY TO CAMPAIGN AS THE AREA’S PROGRESSIVE OPTION PITTSFIELD—Rinaldo Del Gallo wants people to know that he’s the real progressive Democrat running for State Senate. Del Gallo is a Pittsfield Attorney specializing in family law. Del Gallo grew up in the Berkshires.  He received his law degree from George Washington University, a well-credentialed law school in Washington, D.C. He got his law degree in intellectual property, but shifted to family law later in his career. Del Gallo’s uncle was mayor of Pittsfield. Remo Del Gallo served from 1965 to 1968. The younger Read more…


Rinaldo Del Gallo joins the protest Friday against the pipeline projects. By Andy McKeeveriBerkshires Staff 02:32AM / Tuesday, April 19, 2016 PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Rinaldo Del Gallo spent a long time getting the city to pass a ban on Styrofoam. And he’s continued to press for a ban on plastic bags. Those type of environmental concerns have always been a priority. Now he is running for the open state Senate seat, though he hasn’t made the official announcement yet, and he didn’t expect any difference in opinions among the other Democratic candidates when it comes the proposed natural gas pipeline Read more…


  By Heather Bellow Wednesday, Jun 1 News Heather Bellow Pittsfield — Democratic primary candidate and lawyer Rinaldo Del Gallo III told supporters at his campaign announcement last night that he’s already demonstrated he’s got what it takes to be a state senator, and that he’s the one of the three candidates who, as a “Bernie Sanders progressive,” can make changes that will lift the middle and lower classes up and out of economic quicksand. Del Gallo is one of three Democrats and one Republican to qualify for the ballot after getting the required 300 signatures by May 31. All Read more…


  Rinaldo Del Gallo officially launches his campaign on Tuesday for state Senate. Mark Delmyer. Jim Martin. Brad Verter. By Andy McKeeveriBerkshires Staff 03:32AM / Wednesday, June 01, 2016 Rinaldo Del Gallo made his announcement in front of 35 or so supporters at Shire City Sanctuary.  PITTSFIELD, Mass. — Jim Martin had his daughter taken away from him and he didn’t have the money to fight for custody in the courts. Rinaldo Del Gallo offered his legal services pro-bono and put more than 100 hours into the legal representation. “He is more concerned about justice than he is money,” Martin Read more…


By Jim Therrien   Posted:   05/31/2016 1   Rinaldo Del Gallo announces his candidacy for state Senate on Tuesday at Shire City Sanctuary in Pittsfield. (Jim Therrien — The Berkshire Eagle) PITTSFIELD — State Senate candidate Rinaldo Del Gallo held a formal campaign announcement Tuesday at Shire City Sanctuary, promising a progressive agenda in the Legislature and contending his name recognition could give him an edge in the Democratic primary. Del Gallo faces Adam Hinds of Pittsfield and Andrea Harrington of Richmond for the Democratic nomination. A lone Republican, Christine Canning of Lanesborough, is seeking her party’s nomination. Several Read more…

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