October 28th, 2012
October 15th, 2012
On Sunday, October 14th Mark took part in the annual College Heights Community Council Debates which were held at the Nativity Lutheran Church in Reading. More than 50 local residents came out to better get to know the candidates who will be representing them.
October 4th, 2012
In this video Mark Rozzi explains the shortcomings of the education system in Pennsylvania and outlines what must be done to ensure every Child is getting a quality education. CLICK HERE -> Podcast 1
August 26th, 2012
August 9th, 2012
Last night Mark participated in Mt Penns – National Night Out to honor our local active and former fire fighters, police officers and first responders as well as to celebrate a night of non violence with local supporters and community members. Below is a photo of Mark with Kaley Harmon a local student who did an amazing job singing the National Anthem.
July 16th, 2012
July 16th, 2012
Today Mark was invited to speak at the “Reading Pride Celebration,” an event held annually in support of the LGBT community in Berks County. The event is held in Readings beautiful Centre Park. Since the beginning of Marks campaign he has been an outspoken supporter of the LGBT community and will surely not stop once elected. “All men and women were created equal….lets treat them that way!”
May 29th, 2012
We apologize for not updating the site since the election. As you know, Mark was victorious in the primary, earning nearly 60% of the votes in a heated three way primary. Thank you to everyone who supported the campaign thus far. Now its on to NOVEMBER! We still need your support, more than ever. Donations of time or money are truly appreciated! Please click on the VOLUNTEER or DONATE links to learn more.
This evening Mark attended the Humane Society of Berks Counties Open House. Mark would like to encourage people to visit the Humanes Society located on N. 11th Street just behind the Rockland Plaza. They are overflowing with amazing animals eager to find good homes.
April 12th, 2012
Please click on the link to see the BCTV article about Mark Rozzi.