Democratic County Commissioners Hire Their Campaign Manager and Former Bucks County Democratic Party Executive Director
Doylestown, PA– The Bucks County Republican Committee today submitted a PA Right-to-Know request to the Bucks County Open Records Officer following the employment of Eric Nagy, former Democratic Party Executive Director and Campaign Manager for the Democratic County Commissioners.
“We are witnessing a blatant attempt by the Democratic County Commissioners to run a taxpayer-funded political operation out of the courthouse. The hiring of a highly partisan political operative as some type of ‘special projects coordinator’ should be deeply concerning to every taxpayer in Bucks County,” said GOP Chair Pat Poprik. “The Right-to-Know request submitted today seeks basic information on the hiring practices at the Bucks County Courthouse. We want to know who hired him, who does he report to, what are his job responsibilities, and most importantly, what is his role with the Board of Elections? Taxpayers deserves answers—Eric Nagy now works for all of us.”
The Bucks County Office of Open Records provides access to public information and enforces the state’s Right-to-Know law. Its function is to serve as a resource for citizens, public officials and members of the media in obtaining public records of Bucks County.
“We look forward to receiving a prompt and informative response from the Office of Open Records,” said Poprik.