Jay Rosapepe is the clear choice for Port Orchard

In the election for the Port Orchard City Council At-Large seat, Jay Rosapepe is the obvious choice.

I’ve worked with Jay on many projects and issues, from non-profit community projects, school bond issues and in support of local businesses. Jay is a visionary and leader who’s also willing to get his ‘hands dirty,” doing whatever necessary to get the job done.

His experience as a Naval officer, public agency manager and in the private sector coordinating and managing large projects and hundreds of staff has equipped Jay to bring rare expertise to our City Council.

In this election there is no question, Jay Rosapepe is the clear choice for Port Orchard.

Steve Sego

Port Orchard

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