Scranton, PA—Rose Ann Gaetano is seeking her 5th term on Republican State Committee. She was elected back in 2002 and served for the pass eight years representing Lackawanna County on the Pennsylvania Republican State Committee. Michael Narcavage is seeking his second term. Ms Gaetano and Mr. Narcavage are running as team.
Rose Ann Gaetano
Rose Ann, a resident of Dunmore, PA has been active in Republican Politics for over 30 years: severing as Republican Committee Women, member of the Margery Scranton Council of Republican Women, member of the PA Federation of Republican Women. She attended the Republican National Conventions in 2002, 2004 and 2008. In 2008, Rose was elected delegate and alternate delegate to the Republican National Convention. She was the top voter getter for both delegate and alternate delegate in the 11th Congressional District. She was elected by PA Convention Delegation to serve on the Rules Committee for the 2008 Convention.
Rose Ann is also active in the local community. She is a member of UNICO National Scranton Chapter. She recently services as co-chairperson of the groups community service day. Rose is also a member of the Dunmore Lions, Operation Honduras, Family to Family, Daffodils Days for America Cancer Society. She is also a member of Century Club in Scranton. She is a graduate of Dunmore High School, Lackawanna Beauty School and is employed by HarperCollins Publishers, Dunmore, PA.
Rose Ann sees the Republican Party as the party of individual liberty, economic opportunity, limited government, personal responsibility and security at home and abroad.
Michael Narcavage of Eynon is seeking re-election to his second term on the Republican State Committee of Lackawanna County. Michael has been working in grassroots Republican political campaigns for many years. He has worked on municipal and school board races as well as campaigns from the courthouse, state house, U.S. House and White House. Michael began his professional political career with former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum. He worked for Santorum for ten years starting as an intern then becoming a full-time staffer: first as a caseworker, then as the Director of Community and Economic Development, and finally as a State Director. While working for the Senate, his region covered sixteen Pennsylvania counties in the Northeast and Lehigh Valley regions. This experience afforded him a depth and breadth of political knowledge in many regions of the Commonwealth. He now works for Chesapeake Energy as a Local Government Specialist in the Corporate Development Department. Prior to that, he served as the Borough Manager of Archbald Borough, where he remains a member of the Borough Planning Commission.