Vincenzo Gagliardi (Venice, April 15, 1925 – Scorzè, June 22, 1968) was an Italian politician.
His father was an Apulian postal worker who, for his anti-fascist ideas, was sentenced to internal exile in Venice. After obtaining his master’s degree, he entered as a clerk in Assicurazioni Generali. At the end of the Second World War, he resumed his studies at the University of Urbino, where he obtained a degree in literature and a degree in pedagogy.
Active in the institutions of the patriarchate of Venice, in 1944 he was appointed diocesan delegate for aspirants and held the position of diocesan president of the GIAC from 1948 to 1954. In that same year he was elected provincial secretary of the Christian Democrats, immediately siding with the left and with the young collaborators of the third generation, the magazine founded by Bartolo Ciccardini and Gianni Baget Bozzo .
He has been a deputy for the Christian Democrats since 1958 (3rd, 4th and 5th legislatures). He died in a car accident in Scorzè.