Doylestown, PA – The Fraternal Order of Police Bucks County Lodge No. PA-53 has endorsed Commissioner Gene DiGirolamo and Bucks County Controller Pamela Van Blunk in their campaign for Bucks County Commissioner in the 2023 election cycle.
DiGirolamo and Van Blunk were honored to be unanimously endorsed by the Lodge 53 membership at their July meeting.
“We believe that now, more than ever, law enforcement needs the full support of the County Commissioners,” said DiGirolamo and Van Blunk. “We are the team that will deliver meaningful results for the men and women who risk their lives each and every day to keep us safe. We believe the Commissioners should be partners with law enforcement, and we are so proud to have the backing of those who work tirelessly to keep our communities safe.”
Bucks County Sheriff Fred Harran joined Lodge 53 in support of DiGirolamo and Van Blunk, saying that “they have already demonstrated their commitment to public safety. Despite vocal opposition from the two other commissioners, Gene and Pam voted to provide 8 new sheriff’s deputies to help keep our county safe. They will be strong advocates for all law enforcement, and that is why I am proud to support Gene DiGirolamo and Pam Van Blunk for Bucks County Commissioners.”
Commissioner DiGirolamo consistently earned the endorsement of the Pennsylvania Fraternal Order of Police during his 25 years serving in the State House. Pamela Van Blunk, currently serving as Bucks County Controller, was the Co-Founder and Co-Chair of the Falls Township National Night out, earning the Governor’s Award for Crime Prevention.