David Giglio and his wife Linda, a nurse practitioner, live in Madera.
Originally from Connecticut, David attended the University of Scranton, where he starred on the baseball team and graduated magna cum laude with a degree in History and Political Science. Following his tenure at Scranton, David earned a master's degree in teaching and taught high school history for nearly a decade.
A dream career opportunity led David to support his wife’s decision in their move to Central California’s San Joaquin Valley.
The new location allowed David to rekindle another passion, sports memorabilia. As the owner of CaliCards & More, he was responsible for the buying/selling of high price sports memorabilia through secure online and in-person venues. These business dealings required daily interactions with business partners, customers, and distributors that were located across the country and throughout the world.
David watched as elected leaders jumped from office to office, breaking promises made to constituents, and failing to lead on key issues facing Valley families. Unlike many that hold elected office, he believes the people know what is best for them. He opposes the rising radicalism that is taking place in Washington D.C.: taxes are too high, schools are failing, manmade droughts are killing jobs. There are no solutions coming from the D.C. career politicians. David aims to deliver on the Valley's priorities: water, improving the economy, and education.