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PA-8: Fitzpatrick Introduces Himself In New Web Ad (VIDEO)

Republican candidate Brian Fitzpatrick released his first web ad today.

The political new-comer (and younger brother of incumbent Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick) doesn’t address a single issue or policy in his five and a half minute video.

Instead, he aims to introduce himself to voters and prove that while he’s coming from California, he is very familiar with Bucks County.

In fact, the spot features Fitzpatrick driving around his hometown of Levittown (built by the legendary “King of Suburbia” Bill Levitt).

“I’ve always told everybody that I’ve met throughout my life that I can’t think of a better place to grow up than Levittown,” he states at the beginning. “Levittown values are blue-collar values.”

Fitzpatrick even goes as far as to take the viewer to his Little League field and recount how his cheekbone was broken.

The video ends at the Fitzpatrick family home.

“Respect people more and judge people less, those are the values we grew up with,” he concludes.

Fitzpatrick is running against former Bucks County Commissioner Andrew Warren and neuropsychologist Marc Duome in the April 26th GOP primary.

The 8th Congressional District represents all of Bucks County as well as parts of upper Montgomery County.

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  3. I’m a lifelong Republican. Fitzpatrick hasn’t shown his face in PA in years. He is a disconnected carpetbagger who can’t serve the people of this district because he is not one of them. In his five minute intro video he spends more time talking about getting hit in the face with a baseball in 1986 and how it was a “life-changing” event than he does about any single issue impacting the voters of our district. He comes off as an angry white man longing for his glory days in Catholic school.

    **Brian: the world has changed and its time to move on. We have serious problems and you have no solutions or strategies to solve them. I wish you well in whatever you choose to do with your life, but representing me in Congress is something I cannot let happen and I will not be voting for you .

  4. Hey Brian, try and talk about the issues facing this country. I just spoke with Marc Duome and now know exactly what he stands for. I already understand Levittown – I need to understand you.

  5. California Brian cruising around Levittown looking to score with some 18 year-old.

  6. Great Ad and I might support him down the road and for I already supported someone right now in the race for this congressional seat.

  7. A terrorism/crime fighter Fitzpatrick from lower Bucks who’s never been in politics versus an out of touch career politician white-shoe lawyer. Fitzpatrick by 5-10 points, easy.

  8. Looking forward to seeing Steve showing us his home in New Jersey. “Jersey Values”

  9. I have no idea what he stands for, what he’s done, what he plans to do in Congress, but luckily the word “FITZPATRICK” was in the bottom corner so I can be brainwashed into thinking he’s the older brother.

  10. It is no problem for him to be an unknown; just keep saying his last name and people will think he is his brother. That’s how “hereditary” politics works.

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