BCDC Staff

Executive Director Eric NagyEric Nagy

Executive Director

Eric Nagy has served as Executive Director of the Bucks County Democratic Committee since April 2014. Eric is a seasoned Democratic campaign professional, having spent over ten years working on political campaigns around the country.

Like many, Eric got his start in politics as a volunteer, then as an intern in the US Senate in 2004 in Washington. After college, Eric joined Hillary Clinton’s Presidential campaign in Iowa in 2007-2008 and made stops in South Carolina, Delaware and New Jersey in various roles. Following the Clinton campaign, Eric found his niche as a Campaign Manager.

In 2008 Eric managed two successful State House races in Pennsylvania in a year that saw the Democratic majority in the PA House go from +1 to +5. Since then, Eric has served as a Campaign Manager on seven other races – from a State Delegate race in Virginia to  three campaigns for US Congress in Pennsylvania and Kentucky.

In 2010, Eric was named by PoliticsPA.com as one of the top 15 Democratic political operatives  (Pennsylvania’s Rising Stars: 30 Under 30). In addition to local news and PCN, Eric has also appeared nationally on/in NPR, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Huffington Post, Mother Jones, Roll Call, etc.

This position marks Eric’s return to Bucks County, having managed the county slate in 2011, where he realized there was much work to be done at the Committee level. Eric is a graduate of Ithaca College where he served as the President of his class and currently serves as the Co-Chair of the Class of 2006 Reunion Committee. Eric is a native of Easton, PA in neighboring Northampton County.

You can find Eric on Twitter @NagyEric.

gmjrGary Masino, Jr.

Organizing Director

Gary Masino, Jr. brings plenty of enthusiasm with him to Bucks County and is eager to get to work building on the BCDC’s local electoral successes from 2015.

Gary jumped right into politics in 2016, taking a role on Philadelphia State Senator John Sabatina Jr.’s campaign, in what rapidly became the highest-profile State Senate primary in
Pennsylvania during the cycle. Starting out on the campaign as a Field Organizer, it didn’t take long for Gary to be promoted to Field Director. Having helped to lead Senator Sabatina to victory in the primary, Gary knew he had found his calling in campaigns and politics.

After the 2016 primary, Gary was hired as the Field Director for Matt Darragh’s campaign for the 170th State House District (Philadelphia). During this campaign, Gary lead an effort in only four months to knock on 50,000 doors, an immense voter contact benchmark. Unfortunately, in a difficult November election for Democrats, Darragh was narrowly defeated, but Gary was undeterred.

Gary is a proud Democrat and attributes that to his upbringing in a union household and is the driving force behind his political passion.

Gary graduated from Widener University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting and is a native Philadelphian.


Frank Feinberg

Operations Director

Frank Feinberg is enthusiastic about helping to TURN BUCKS BLUE in his new capacity as Operations Director. He will be responsible for office and volunteer management, event coordination and special assignments.

No stranger to local politics and public service, Frank has served as the Chairman, Vice Chair and Treasurer of the Warminster Township Board of Supervisors. He has also served 8 years as the 29th State Assembly District Chair. Frank also has assisted with and managed various campaigns at both the local and State levels.

Frank worked for Mobil Oil Corp. for 20 years; retiring as the Executive responsible for Global Marketing and Sales to the aviation industry.

Prior to his career at Mobil, Frank worked for the United States Navy as an Aerospace Engineer. Today he is semi-retired and running his own small consulting firm.

He is a graduate engineer (Drexel University) with MBA course work at Rider University.

Frank has been married for 50 years; has 3 children and 5 grandchildren and has lived in Warminster, Bucks County for 42 years.