The Lower Bucks County Chamber is a strong advocate for business! Through the Board of Directors, LBCCC takes positions on numerous important issues. These views are communicated to elected officials, and others in positions of authority. Members are also encouraged to share their views.

Supporting Business

Lower Bucks County Chamber of Commerce Supports HB-11 and Pennsylvania’s Nuclear Power Industry

At our March 28, 2019 Board of Directors Meeting, the Lower Bucks County Chamber of Commerce joined in a multi-chamber letter to the Pennsylvania Legislature in support of HB-11 and Pennsylvania’s nuclear power industry.

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View Multi-Chamber Letter of Support

Bucks County Workforce System Survey

Bucks County Business Owners: A skilled workforce is critical to successful business growth and expansion in Bucks County. With low unemployment in an expanding economy, it is becoming increasingly more difficult to match skilled people to open employment opportunities here in Bucks County as well as in the Philadelphia region.

The Bucks County Board of Commissioners in collaboration with its Workforce Development Board, would like your opinion regarding the county’s workforce system. This includes how you find the right workers, what skills they need, and what services you use to make the best hires.

Please answer this short survey and if you wish, our survey team is available to discuss with you the issues most critical to you and your company. The results of the survey will directly impact the types of programs, supportive services, and outreach of the public workforce system to better serve you and your company.

Thank you for completing this important survey.

Bucks County Board of Commissioners
Robert G. Loughery, Chairman
Charles H. Martin, Vice Chairman
Diane M. Ellis-Marseglia, LCSW

Complete the Bucks County Workforce System Survey

Lower Bucks County Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors Adopts Three Pro-Business Resolutions

Recently, the Board of Directors, for the Lower Bucks County Chamber of Commerce adopted three resolutions that reflect their pro-business advocacy. The resolutions address issues that are looming at both the federal and the state levels of government.

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Chamber Position on Pennsylvania 2017 House Bill 18
Chamber Position on the Establishment of an Independent Citizen’s Redistricting Commission
Chamber Resolution in Support of Legislation to Protect Forage Fish in U.S. Waters

Elected Officials

Bucks County Commissioners

Diane M. Ellis-Marseglia, L.C.S.W. (D)
Commissioner Chair
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Gene DiGirolamo (R)

Robert J. Harvie Jr. (D)


Tom Wolf (D)
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Lieutenant Governor

John Fetterman (D)
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State Senators

Robert M. Tomlinson (R)
Senate District 6
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Steven J. Santarsiero (D)
Senate District 10
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Maria Collett (D)
Senate District 12
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State Representatives

Kathleen C. Tomlinson (R) (Representative-elect)
District 18
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Megan Schroeder (R)
District 29
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Perry S. Warren (D)
District 31
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John T. Galloway (D)
District 140
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Tina Davis (D)
District 141
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Frank A. Farry (R)
District 142
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Wendi Thomas (R)
District 178
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United States Congressman

Brian Fitzpatrick (R)
1st District
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Bensalem Township
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Bristol Township
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Falls Township
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Hulmeville Borough
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Ivyland Borough
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Langhorne Borough
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Langhorne Manor Borough
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Lower Makefield Township
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Lower Southampton Township
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Middletown Township
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Morrisville Borough
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Newtown Borough
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Newtown Township
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Northampton Township
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Penndel Borough
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Tullytown Borough
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Upper Makefield Township
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Upper Southampton Township
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Warminster Township
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Wrightstown Township
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Yardley Borough
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