Meet

ALEC Ryncavage

Business Owner.
Borough Councilman.
Young Blood.

In my dual roles writing computer code by day and public policy by night, I have brought spotlight and growth to the coal region. I have made it my mission to always advocate for Main Street America and the betterment of our communities. Now I am running to be your next State Representative because our fight is here at home.

Freedom isn't just a word to him

Alec was a child of the internet age. He didn't wait until college to begin exploring his interests, he taught himself young - from the bedroom of his Plymouth home, Alec began his career as a freelance web developer during his junior high school days at Wyoming Valley West. At just 14 years old, Alec founded his first cybersecurity venture hoping to one day change how small to medium businesses, like those we find here in Northeast Pennsylvania, can protect their employees and data from foreign threats online.

Alec stayed local. He has committed his entire career to NEPA and finding unique solutions to the complex problems we all face.

“I was able to bring my napkin idea to a reality in NEPA and now I want to ensure the same opportunity to the next generation of builders.”

Fighting as a councilman

In 2019, Plymouth chose a political outsider when Alec was elected to the borough council. As a fiscal conservative, Alec voted against tax increases and wasteful spending, and successfully managed the distribution of our federal COVID relief money. Alec was your watchdog behind closed doors and made sure our community always had a seat at the table. He increased transparency and accountability by bringing council meetings online. He even instituted recordings for on-demand playback and continues to hold our elected officials accountable on a daily basis.

Alec greets residents at Plymouth Neighborhood Watch's Annual Trunk or Treat and costume parade
Alec joins fellow members of Borough Council as they welcome newly sworn in Plymouth Police Officers
WBRE interviews Alec remotely to discuss the Borough's Coronavirus response and available resources
Rudolf makes a pit stop at Plymouth's Public Library to sing Christmas carols

Restoring our coal region

It was Alec's work beyond the limits of Plymouth that showed him our district needed an advocate. On the COVID-19 Crisis Management Team, Alec represented all of Luzerne County. Moving our county’s status from red, yellow, and eventually green, their team freed Luzerne County from lockdowns. A year later, Alec continues to be a voice for every one of the 330,000 NEPA residents as a member of the Luzerne County Manager Search Committee. Seeing the exponential growth of other districts led him to discover the stunted growth of our own.

Alec believes Luzerne County’s work ethic is what sets us apart from our neighbors. Four years since he announced his first race for office, he is proud of the report card he leaves behind today. He continues to serve as a voice of the people, rooted in common sense, with honesty placed above all, and will continue to serve with the utmost integrity.

Over the last 12 years, our district has been on the losing side of progress. With every legislative action, our representation sided with the dissenting opinion. Incumbent Jerry Mullery (D-Newport Twp.) has announced his retirement and the 119th district is now an open seat. Today, we have an opportunity to join progress, be part of the majority, and start winning!

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