After many years volunteering with civic and non-profit organizations, Greg was elected to the 11th District of the Delaware House of Representatives in 2000. In 2012, Greg was elected to the 4th Senate District. While in Dover, Greg has dedicated himself to increasing transparency in government; fighting for tax policies and a tax structure that are predictable, competitive, and encourage economic growth; advocating government reforms that will increase accountability and responsibility; and working to speak out about the aspects of the “Delaware Way” that do not serve the citizens of Delaware in a positive way. Voters have signaled their approval by decisively re-electing him five times. He currently serves as the House Minority Leader for the Republican caucus.
His current committee assignments are as follows: House Administration; House Rules; Ethics; Transportation, Land Use & Infrastructure; Labor; and Sub-Committee on Manufactured Housing. He has formerly served as Vice Chair of Economic, Banking & Insurance and Vice Chair of Transportation, Land Use & Infrastructure. He has also served on the Revenue and Finance; Business, Corporations and Commerce; Judiciary; and Capital Infrastructure committees.
Greg currently serves on the Board of Directors of the Delaware Council on Economic Education and on the Advisory Board of the Fresh Start Scholarship Foundation, Inc. He previously served on the Board of Directors of Girls Incorporated of
Greg has been with Puglisi & Associates in
Greg and his wife Ruth have two children and reside in Sharpley.
State Rep. Michael Ramone was elected to the House of Representatives’ 21st District seat in 2008, replacing then-retiring State Rep. Pam Maier.
Michael graduated from St. Marks High School. He attended the
For 35 years, Michael’s passion has been coaching and mentoring children of all ages in swimming, and in life. Michael has supported the Boy Scouts of America, Special Olympics, Yes U Can Foundation, and the Police Athletic League by donating the use of his health club and aquatic facilities.
Michael serves on the board of trustees of Yes U Can USA Foundation and the Make-a-Splash Foundation
As a state legislator, Michael sits on the following House committees: Joint Sunset Committee; Economic Development, Banking, Insurance and Commerce; Housing and Community Affairs; Revenue and Finance; Veterans Affairs; and Labor. Additionally, he serves the people of our state as a member of the General Assembly Kids’ Caucus, the House Small Business Caucus and the Family Law Commission. He was also honored to be asked to serve on two of the Governor’s Councils – the Governor’s Mentoring Council for Children and Youth and the Governor’s Council on Health, Promotion and Disease Prevention.
Rep. Miro, representing the 22nd District, was first elected in 1998. Rep. Miro and his wife Joanne raised five children in the
Joe has served as a civic leader as past president of both the Pike Creek Civic League, and also the New Castle County Civic League. He is currently serves as Co-Chair of the Governor’s Advisory Council on Hispanic Affairs, and president of the National Hispanic Caucus of State Legislators - President. He is also co-chair to the National Conference of State Legislatures Immigration Task Force. Joe is a member of DSEA, and past president of the Latin American Community Center.
Joe and his wife Joanne are parishioners at Holy Angel's Church.