I am a published historian, conservative activist and public servant. My publications include a chapter entitled "The Aftermath," in Lepanto by G.K. Chesterton and The Centennial History of Holy Rosary Parish: 1904-2004 Reading, PA. I am a contributor to The Federalist. I serve on the Board of Directors of the Italian-American Cultural Center of Pennsylvania. I was elected a Reading School Director in 2005, serving until 2009, and then was appointed to the Board of Directors to fill a vacancy in 2013. I was appointed to the Reading Planning Commission in 2014 and elected Chairman in 2017.
Cinfici Is Re-elected to Berks County Republican Committee
In the 2014 Pennsylvania Primary Election yesterday, as I posted in my last post, voters had the opportunity to elect candidates for party offices. I am pleased to report that I was re-elected unanimously by the electors in my precinct, the 7th Precinct of the 17th Ward of the City of Reading as Republican Committeeman for another four-year term, which makes me a member of the Berks County Republican Committee. Additionally, I was the high vote recipient on the GOP ballot, out-polling candidates for Governor, Lieutenant Governor, United States Representative and Republican State Committee. I have served as Republican Committeeman since 1992, first in the 9th Precinct of the 17th Ward, then the current Precinct, after the two were consolidated. I would like to take this opportunity to thank the Republicans of Reading 17-7 for the confidence exhibited in me.