Rob Gleason has served as Chairman of the Republican Party of Pennsylvania for nine years, one of the longest serving in the history of Pennsylvania. He has led our party to many victories since 2006, in spite of a registration deficit of 2.6 million voters. There are also 53 county courthouses under Republican control.
Rob has a long history of involvement in government and political affairs. He served as Secretary of the Commonwealth under Governor Dick Thornburgh and as a member of the Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission. He has been a delegate to eight Republican National Conventions, and presently serves as a member of the Executive Budget Committee, Budget Committee, and Debate Committee of the Republican National Committee. In 2016, he was Chairman of the Committee of the Call by the Republican National Committee.
He has been active in civic activities including serving as a trustee of the University of Pennsylvania, and Saint Francis University.
Rob is married with four children, and eight grandchildren.