Cordisco Elected to 4th Term as BCDC Chairman

Mike Stack rallies crowd; Bucks Dems unveil plans to build party

For Immediate Release: June 14, 2014

SOUTHAMPTON – New energy and party unity were on tap today at Klinger Middle School in Southampton, as the Bucks County Democratic Committee convened to reorganize and elect officers.

Chairman John Cordisco was unanimously reelected to a fourth term at the helm of the party. Joining him were newly elected officers Vice Chair Glynnis Stone-Tihansky; Treasurer Sue DeRosier; and Comptroller Bill Cahill. Secretary Brad Kirsch was also reelected. All positions were elected unanimously.

Bucks Democrats to Reorganize on June 14

Chairman Cordisco announces new slate of officers, welcomes LG nominee Mike Stack

For Immediate Release: June 10, 2014

DOYLESTOWN – On Saturday, June 14, 2014 the Bucks County Democratic Committee will convene for party reorganization and the election of officers. Democratic county parties are mandated by the Pennsylvania State Democratic Committee to reorganize within 30 days after the general primary in years which a Governor is elected. Per their By-laws, the BCDC is set to elect a Chair, Vice Chair, Secretary, Treasurer, and Comptroller.

The meeting will take place on Saturday at Klinger Middle School, located at 1415 Second Street, Southampton, PA 18966. Registration begins at 9:30AM and the actual meeting will commence at 10:30AM.

Bucks Democrats Join The Wolf Pack

Chairman Cordisco Congratulates Tom Wolf & Mike Stack

With the results of today’s primary tallying up, Bucks Democrats are getting excited about their new nominees – Tom Wolf for Governor and Mike Stack for Lieutenant Governor – who are poised to take on Tom Corbett and Jim Cawley.

“What a great day for Bucks County and for Pennsylvania,” said Bucks Democratic Committee Chairman, John Cordisco. “First, we welcomed the news of the ban on same sex marriage being struck down, and now we have a great Democratic nominee for Governor in Tom Wolf to take on Corbett in November! Along with Lieutenant Governor nominee Mike Stack, the Wolf/Stack ticket finally gives Pennsylvanians a light end the of the Corbett/Cawley tunnel.”