Bucks County Commissioner Gene DiGirolamo Announces Plans to Run for Reelection
One of Bucks County’s Commissioners is seeking reelection in order to continue serving the area he has called home for many years. Damon C. Williams wrote about he commissioner for the Bucks County Courier Times.
Bucks County Commissioner Gene DiGirolamo has announced his plans to run for reelection. If reelected, the sole Republican Bucks County Commissioner said he will continue to put focus on election integrity and fighting against opioid addiction.
“I am proud of my work during my first term as county commissioner,” said DiGirolamo. “From fighting to hold county government accountable, combating the opioid epidemic, to promoting common-sense solutions to protect the integrity of our elections, I have been a leader on critical issues facing Bucks County.”
The primary election will take place on May 16, while the general election will be held on Nov. 7.
Democrats Diane M. Ellis-Marseglia and commission chair, Bob Harvie have already announced their joint reelection campaign. All three commissioners are currently running uncontested. Prospective candidates can file nomination petitions until March 7.
Prior to being sworn in as Bucks County Commissioner in 2020, DiGirolamo served as Bensalem Township’s auditor and for 25 years as a state representative.
During his time as a state legislator, he introduced multiple bills to confront the opioid crisis.
Read more about Gene DiGirolamo in the Bucks County Courier Times.
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