Bucks County, PA –  On August 27, 2019, Debbie Wachspress took the Town Hall Pledge, an initiative of the Town Hall Project. The Town Hall Project empowers constituents across the country to have face-to-face conversations with their elected representatives. The movement is diverse, open source, and powered by citizens. Debbie is proud to be a part of it.

In her statement, Debbie said: “I am pleased to take this town hall pledge. I am committed to holding at least 4 live town halls every year of my term. Constituents deserve to be able to voice their concerns directly to their representatives. Meeting face to face is, simply put, part of the job description of serving in Congress. I am running my campaign in an open and inclusive way and I want to hear from you.”

There are currently 239 members of Congress who have not held a single in-person town hall since January 3, 2019. Our current leadership in PA-01 is part of the problem.

Debbie is running for office to ensure the voices of PA-01 are heard loud and clear in Washington, and that starts with listening to the voices in Bucks and Montgomery Counties. She is eager to hear from you! 

You can watch Debbie take the Town Hall Pledge here.