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.
Update on the 2014 Congressional Elections: Republicans Win an Additional House Seat
After a recount, a Republican was certified as
elected to the United States of Representatives from Arizona over the Democratic incumbent, giving
the GOP a total of 247 seats in the lower chamber of the incoming Congress,
their largest majority since 1933.
Republicans gained a net of 13 members in their caucus in the House. The Democrats will hold only 188 seats.