Campaign Offices For Democrats Ashley Ehasz And Joe Biden To Be Strategically Located in Bucks County

Donald Trump endorsed Republican Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick twice. Trump lost Bucks County in 2020. Democrats want to see them both lose this critical swing county in 2024.

The 2024 election cycle is well underway ahead of the April 23 primary and the upcoming general election in November.
One closely watched Bucks County race is that of Democratic candidate Ashley Ehasz, who is running for Pennsylvania’s first congressional seat currently held by Republican Brian Fitzpatrick.

Ehasz, a former helicopter pilot as well as a graduate from the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, commanded troops in Kuwait, Iraq and South Korea.

The Ehasz campaign office, located at 1800 Byberry Road in Bensalem, has opened and will host training sessions for volunteers, canvass kickoffs and volunteer recruitments.
Ehasz ran for Fitzpatrick’s congressional seat in 2022. Now a seasoned candidate, she plans to build on that momentum and intends to be the winner who crosses the finish line in November.

Reproductive health care, education, commonsense universal background checks to purchase firearms, the economy and protecting the planet for future generations are but a portion of the candidate’s platform.

“Lack of access to good-paying jobs, mental health services, substance abuse treatment, and affordable education has held our communities back, all while we deal with skyrocketing drug prices, existential threats to abortion access, student loan debt, a stagnant minimum wage, and the destructive consequences of climate change,” Ehasz said.

“Something’s got to change, and Republican Rep. Brian Fitzpatrick has simply failed to get the job done,” she said. “I’m not a politician. I’m not going to Washington to cozy up to lobbyists — I am going to roll up my sleeves and solve problems. When it comes to affording things like a mortgage, health care, and student loans, I have skin in the game.” 

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By far, the race that will determine the next President of the United Sates has grabbed the limelight ahead of November’s general election.

On Friday, the Biden campaign opened its Philadelphia office at 18th and Market Streets and another on Duke Street in Lancaster.

A total of 14 offices are slated to open in Pennsylvania with three Bucks County locations in Bensalem, Newtown, and Doylestown.

Half of the Biden campaign’s proposed offices are located in Philadelphia and its collar counties.

“President Biden’s path to reelection this fall will run right through Bucks County. That is why we’re investing early here, with three Democratic coordinated campaign offices,” said Nikki Lu, the President’s Pennsylvania Campaign Manager.

While Joe Biden and Kamala Harris have capped the cost of insulin at $35 a month for seniors, helped create 500,000 good paying jobs in Pennsylvania alone, and worked to protect our Constitution and democracy, Donald Trump has vowed to repeal the Affordable Care Act, pass a nationwide abortion ban, and be a dictator on ‘Day 1′.”

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“We’re going to make sure Bucks County voters know that there is a choice between old ideas in Trump and new ideas in Joe Biden this November.”

No plans for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump have been announced as of this date.

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Jenny Stephens

Jenny Stephens

Jenny Stephens is a freelance journalist who has written for a variety of publications, including The Reporter. An avid collector of all things vintage, she resides in the Philadelphia area.

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