WE ARE HERE TO STAY.
This year we send a clear message:
In 2019, Bucks Democrats broke nearly 40 years of Republican control, electing a Democratic majority on the Bucks County Board of Commissioners. Recent Bucks County voting and registration trends show that Bucks County, while remaining closely divided in partisan voter registration, is slowly growing more Democratic.
In 2015, Democrats missed winning the majority in the Commissioners office by only 365 votes. In 2017, for the first time in decades, Democrats won four out of the five county row offices. In 2019, Democrats swept the ballot, making gains from school board seats to township supervisors to the Board of Commissioners.
As election prognosticators predict a more difficult environment for Democrats in the 2022 midterm elections, Bucks County Democrats remain fired up and turning out. For the May 19th municipal primary, Democrats continued to grow the number of primary voters we had from 2019 (31,000 increased to 50,000 in 2021). In this year’s primary, the Democratic votes cast were in virtual parity with Republican votes cast, setting the November election as a contest of which party puts in place the strongest voter turnout operation.