Rosapepe is right for Port Orchard

Jay Rosapepe has my support for Port Orchard City Council. His commitment to serving the public has been commendable over the years.

As an officer in the Navy, he worked tirelessly on honing his leadership skills, and these have translated well into teaching our future community leaders through working tirelessly for our schools.

I have been personally impressed with his endless energy, his business experience and his ability to ask the right questions when confronting tough problems.

Port Orchard deserves a hard-working and intelligent candidate. Jay is that person.

Make sure to select Jay Rosapepe as your next city council member on that Nov. 7 ballot.

Marco DiCicco

Port Orchard

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