Caterina Cerroni, 31, Marco Sarracino, 32, Raffaele La Regina, 29 and Rachele Scarpa, 25.
They are the four under 35 leaders deployed by the Democratic Party in view of the next political elections.
Caterina Cerroni, originally from Agnone, in the province of Isernia, will be the leader in the plurinominal board of the Chamber in Molise.
In the last European elections she was the youngest candidate of the Democratic Party. She today she leads the Young dem. From 2018 to 2021 she was Vice President of the International Union of Socialist Youth (IUSY). She was at the helm of the global social democratic network.
Marco Sarracino, metropolitan secretary of the Campania capital, will be in the Naples 2 plurinominal college of the leading Chamber.
Under his direction, the Democratic Party has returned to administer Naples after more than 10 years and has conquered several municipalities in the metropolitan area.
Raffaele La Regina is originally from Potenza and will be head of the Chamber in the plurinominal college in Basilicata. He graduated in Public Administration Sciences, precarious PhD student in Contemporary History. “The right to stay” was the slogan of his congress campaign in 2021. He is currently the regional secretary of the Democratic Party. The youngest of the four, Rachele Scarpa, is head of the Chamber in the multi-member college of Venice-Treviso-Belluno. Her first political experiences first in the student movement at the provincial and regional level and then in that of university students. In 2020, at the age of 23, she is a candidate, before the non-elected with almost 5000 votes of preferences, in the dem lists for the Regionals in Veneto. In 2021 she graduated in ancient literature in Padua. She is deputy municipal secretary of the Democratic Party in Treviso and a member of the regional management, she follows youth issues, gender policies, issues of ecological transition.