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PA-8: Petri Unveils New Endorsement Haul

Scott-PetriState Rep. and Congressional candidate Scott Petri just released a list of local leaders that are endorsing his campaign.

“I am proud to have the support and confidence of so many community leaders from across Bucks County,” Petri said. “It is important that our representatives in Washington understand the needs of local governments and the issues affecting our communities and I pledge to work with all local leaders from across Bucks and Montgomery Counties.”

Petri is considered the front-runner in the GOP primary right now but he has a number of opponents. Former Bucks County Commissioner Andrew Warren and former Bucks County Assistant DA Dean Malik have announced that they’re running in the April 26th primary.

The big question at this moment, however, is whether Brian Fitzpatrick (brother of incumbent GOP Rep. Mike Fitzpatrick) will throw his hat into the ring.

The full list of Petri’s endorsements is included below:

Durham Township

Supervisor Manfred Marschewski (Ret.)

East Rockhill Township

Supervisor David Nyman

Ivyland Borough

Councilman Albert DeGideo

Councilman Robert Severn

Middletown Township

Supervisor Tom Gallagher

New Hope Borough

Mayor Larry Keller

Newtown Township

Supervisor Kyle Davis

Supervisor Mike Gallagher

Northampton Township

Supervisor Barry Moore

Supervisor Larry Weinstein

Auditor Ed Hadlow

Auditor Liz Youse

Riegelsville Borough

Mayor Gregory Stokes

Upper Makefield Township

Supervisor Tom Cino

Supervisor Dan Rattigan

Supervisor Mary Ryan

Upper Southampton Township

Supervisor Lola Buckians

Supervisor Keith Froggatt

Supervisor Marguerite Genesio

Supervisor Walt Stevens (Ret.)

Warwick Township

Supervisor Judith Alego

Supervisor John Cox

Supervisor Edward “Ned” Thompson

Wrightstown Township

Supervisor Jane Magne

Supervisor Chester Pogonowski

7 Responses

  1. Lil- Tom Gallagher from Middletown is on the list. Looks like the rest of Lower Bucks knows better than to endorse Petri.

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