Lou Puliafito was born in Yorkville New York to a hard-working family. Puliafito would later attend and graduate from LaGuardia Community College with a degree in computer science. Puliafito would later work for many Fortune 500 companies as an IT manager. By 2010, Puliafito would work as a Field Operations Supervisor for the 2010 Census. In 2011, however, he would be the producer and host of the Manhattan Neighborhood Network show Decent Life. After being suggested by Reform Party Candidate Pierre Gooding to run, Puliafito ran for State Assembly in 2018 but later lost. Puliafito later ran in 2020 as a Republican, lost again, but garnered more support that time around. He currently works as an overnight doorman.
Puliafito is in support of law enforcement, and would work to help reform it in ways like with better officer reform/training, and better calls to action in domestic violence cases.
In a rally from October 11, 2020, Puliafito stated that he would work to fight systemic racism in Manhattan.
In a rally from October 11, 2020, Puliafito stated that he would work with the real estate and housing market to create a common ground and help those suffering with housing especially because of the pandemic
Puliafito has stated many times on his social media account that he is pro vaccine and encourages all adults to get one.
In a rally from October 11, 2020, Puliafito stated that he would try to help support small businesses/help them grow after the pandemic’s effects on them.
Notable Endorsements: The New York’s Young Republican’s Club