PA-8: Duome Enters the GOP Primary

DuomePennsylvania’s most competitive congressional race just got another candidate.

Neuropsychologist Marc Duome has entered the Republican primary.

“If I have the opportunity to go to work for the people of the 8th district, I will bring my unique perspective on the problems that besiege our community and our nation,” said Duome. “I meet people of all walks of life, all ages. I see the stress and the fears in their lives. Our freedoms and security are at risk, and America feels the pressure and burden of a bloated government in every part of our lives. Simply put, I am a candidate for a secure, prosperous and healthy America, where there is a smaller, less intrusive and fiscally responsible government.”

The other Republicans running to replace incumbent Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick are State Rep. Scott Petri, former Bucks County Commissioner Andrew Warren and former Bucks County Assistant DA Dean Malik.

Fitzpatrick’s brother Brian may also toss his hat into the ring.

The 8th district contains all of Bucks County as well as part of upper Montgomery County.

January 21st, 2016 | Posted in Congress, Front Page Stories, Top Stories | 1 Comment

One thought on “PA-8: Duome Enters the GOP Primary”

  1. anna lyons says:

    Dr. Marc Duome has, in a few words, summed up exactly how those of us who are facing a dwindling middle class are feeling. We are facing a pivotal election, we need to elect Americans that understand their responsibility to the hard working citizens that they represent and can lead the country. Let’s not continue to send career politicians to office that forget all their campaign promises to represent us, and instead have their own self-interests and are only interested in how the office will benefit them and their friends.

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