Mike Fitzpatrick

Mike Fitzpatrick

PENNSYLVANIA's 8th DISTRICT

On Trump’s First Full Day, Fitzpatrick Urges Action on Government Reform Package

2017/01/23

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick (PA-08) is urging President Trump to act swiftly on government reform proposals including term limits, budget amendments, and anti-corruption measures. In a letter sent on Monday, Trump’s first full day in office, Fitzpatrick pressed the Administration to support the anti-corruption legislative package he introduced immediately after being sworn in to the House.

“As a former FBI Special Agent and former Special Assistant U.S. Attorney, I understand the crucial importance of clean government and anti-corruption efforts in maintaining the trust between every American citizen and their government officials. I believe that passing these common sense reforms are the first step towards restoring the essential trust between the American people and Congress,” said the letter in part (complete letter below). “You were an outspoken supporter of term limits and other reform efforts during the campaign, and I ask you to join me in transitioning power away from the political parties in Washington DC and sending it to its rightful place: in the hands of the American people.”

Included in Fitzpatrick’s reform package are three Constitutional amendments and one bill aimed at fixing Washington’s broken system:

  • Term Limits for Members of Congress (Constitutional amdt.)
    • Limits members of the House of Representatives and Senate to 12 years of service total
  • No Budget, No Pay (Constitutional amdt.)
    • Prevents members of Congress from being paid unless a budget is passed.  Goes further than previous iterations of No Budget, No Pay by docking pay for time without a budget as opposed to simply putting member salaries in escrow until end of term.
  • Balanced Budget Amendment (Constitutional amdt.)
    • Requires Congress to adopt a budget that balances like most states, including Pennsylvania, and municipalities
  • Citizen Legislature Anti-Corruption Reform (CLEAN) Act (H.R)
    • Ends Congressional “pensions for life” and directs members toward standard 401K retirement savings accounts
    • Requires Congress to act on single-issue legislation
    • Codifies that all laws passed by Congress must apply to its members
    • Reforms the broken “Gerrymandering” process by moving all redistricting to independent, non-partisan commissions
    • Allows access to political party primaries for Independents or non-affiliated voters

Full text of the letter is below. A signed .pdf is attached.

January 23, 2017

 

President Donald J. Trump

The White House

1600 Pennsylvania Ave, NW

Washington, D.C. 20500

 

Dear President Trump:

In the 115th Congress, the House will have the opportunity to show the American people that we are serious about reforming our government and preventing corruption before it takes root. At a time when many of our fellow citizens feel that the system is broken and too many hardworking Americans feel left behind, I look forward to working with you in pursuing an agenda that transcends political parties and restores trust in our leaders and government institutions. To that end, upon being officially sworn into office, I immediately introduced a package of anti-corruption legislation—reform measures that you have outspokenly supported during the campaign. The three Constitutional amendments and one bill are among the first legislation filed in the 115th Congress and come following months of effort and discussion. Included in the package are:

•  Term Limits for Members of Congress (H.J. Res. 7). The amendment would limit members of the House of Representatives and Senate to 12 years of service total

•  No Budget, No Pay (H.J. Res. 9). The amendment would prevent members of Congress from being paid unless a budget is passed.  This goes further than previous iterations of No Budget, No Pay by docking pay for time without a budget as opposed to simply putting member salaries in escrow until the end of term.

•  Balanced Budget Amendment (H.J. Res. 8). This amendment requires Congress to adopt a budget that balances each year like most states are required.

•  Citizen Legislature Anti-Corruption Reform (CLEAN) Act (H.R. 145).   This bill ends Congressional “pensions for life” and directs members toward standard 401K retirement savings accounts, requires Congress to act only on single-issue pieces of legislation, and codifies that all laws passed by Congress must apply to its members. This Act would also seek to reform the broken “gerrymandering” process by transferring all redistricting powers to independent, non-partisan commissions at the state level, and would allow access to partisan political party primaries for independents or non-affiliated voters.

As a former FBI Special Agent and former Special Assistant U.S. Attorney, I understand the crucial importance of clean government and anti-corruption efforts in maintaining the trust between every American citizen and their government officials. I believe that passing these common sense reforms are the first step towards restoring the essential trust between the American people and Congress.  You were an outspoken supporter of term limits and other reform efforts during the campaign, and I ask you to join me in transitioning power away from the political parties in Washington DC and sending it to its rightful place, in the hands of the American people. I hope that you will consider joining me in this effort to reform Washington through endorsing and supporting this legislative agenda.

Sincerely,

 

Brian Fitzpatrick

Member of Congress

 

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Fitzpatrick Statement on the Inauguration of President Trump

2017/01/20

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick (PA-08) released the following statement Friday regarding the inauguration of President Donald Trump:

“Today, I join with millions of Americans – regardless of party affiliation - in celebrating the peaceful transition of power that makes our government of, by and for the people the envy of the world. While there are many unknowns as we transition from one administration to another, it’s important that we focus on what we do know: that the best way to solve problems is to work together, and the only hope of accomplishing great things is to put people before politics. Washington needs independent voices now more than ever, and I am committed to serving as one for the people of Pennsylvania’s Eighth District.”

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Fitzpatrick Named to House Committee on Small Business

2017/01/16

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick (PA-08) has been named to the House Committee on Small Business for the 115th Congress. The announcement comes the days after Fitzpatrick was selected to serve as a member of both the Foreign Affairs and Homeland Security committees.

“Bucks and Montgomery counties small businesses are the backbone of our local economy – from the family farm to a Main Street boutique. I am excited to have the opportunity to serve as their independent voice as a member of the Small Business Committee,” said Fitzpatrick. “As Certified Public Accountant, I’ve seen that many small businesses have complex accounting needs, but limited resources to address them.  I look forward to working together to create an environment where our small businesses can grow and flourish.”

“We are pleased to welcome Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick as the newest member of the House Small Business Committee,” said Chairman Steve Chabot.  “Congressman Fitzpatrick understands that small businesses are the keystone of American economy, creating two out of three new jobs. He will be a valuable addition to our team at the Small Business Committee as we work to cut red tape, increase access to capital and advance commonsense reforms to help small businesses prosper in Pennsylvania and across our country.”     

The House Small Business Committee was established as a permanent standing committee in 1975 to protect and assist small businesses.  As such, the Committee has jurisdiction over matters related to small business financial aid, regulatory flexibility, and paperwork reduction. Additionally, the House Small Business Committee has oversight and legislative authority over the Small Business Administration (SBA) and its programs.

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Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick is serving his first term in the U.S. House of Representatives and is a member of the Homeland Security, Foreign Affairs and Small Business committees. He represents Pennsylvania’s 8th District which includes all of Bucks County as well as a portion of Montgomery County. He is a former FBI Supervisory Special Agent, Special Assistant U.S. Attorney, and is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and Emergency Medical Technician (EMT).

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Fitzpatrick to Trump: Bipartisan Infrastructure, Tax Reform a Bipartisan Priority

2017/01/13

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick (PA-08) joined 23 Democrat and Republican members of the Congressional Problem Solvers Caucus in sending a letter to President-Elect Donald Trump Friday stating the bipartisan group was ready to work with the incoming administration day-one on both tax reform and rebuilding America’s crumbling infrastructure.

“One of the messages from this election is that Americans want to see their government solve problems.  We write today to express our commitment to begin working with you immediately to solve America’s toughest problems,” the letter read in part. “Some of these issues will inevitably divide the parties, while others offer openings for bipartisan agreement. We hope you will pursue the path of inclusion by prioritizing two issues in particular that can provide an immediate win for our country: Rebuilding America’s infrastructure and reforming our tax code.

“This is the quickest path to delivering on a signature focus of your campaign: putting Americans back to work in good-paying jobs. If you choose to pursue an infrastructure and tax reform package early in your term, you will find a willing governing partner in the Problem Solvers Caucus.”

Fitzpatrick joined the Congressional Problem Solvers Caucus on his first day in office. The caucus works closely with the group No Labels whose mission is to promote bipartisanship and advance common goals under the slogan “Stop Fighting, Start Fixing.”

Full text of the letter is below:

Dear President-elect Donald J. Trump,

One of the messages from this election is that Americans want to see their government solve problems.  We write today to express our commitment to begin working with you immediately to solve America’s toughest problems.

In your election night acceptance speech, you said now is the time to “bind the wounds of division” and “come together as one united people.”

Soon, you will have the opportunity to translate those words into action. We stand ready to help.

We are Democrats and Republicans who have joined together in an emerging Problem Solvers Caucus. There has never been a caucus like this on Capitol Hill, but these extraordinary times demand a new way forward.

Washington is running out of time to restore citizens’ trust in our government. People are angry and they have a right to be. But we believe the next administration and Congress have a brief window to turn it around; to show the people that we are capable of coming together to fix the problems that are harming the health, wealth and well-being of so many families.

Come January 20, many issues will compete for your attention. Some of these issues will inevitably divide the parties, while others offer openings for bipartisan agreement. We hope you will pursue the path of inclusion by prioritizing two issues in particular that can provide an immediate win for our country.

Rebuilding America’s infrastructure and reforming our tax code.

This is the quickest path to delivering on a signature focus of your campaign: putting Americans back to work in good-paying jobs.

As you know, America’s aging surface, water and energy infrastructure combined with our complex and uncompetitive tax code are huge barriers to investment and to hiring. Knocking these barriers down would not only give a substantive boost to our economy, it would also send a powerful signal to the American people that Washington can actually govern.

The logic of combining tax and infrastructure reform into one package is compelling. Over the past three decades, the United States has underinvested in maintaining and upgrading its infrastructure by up to one percent of GDP each year—$180 billion in 2015 alone. Common sense and comprehensive tax reform could free up significant capital for infrastructure as well as other investments enabling businesses large and small to invent, innovate and hire.

If you choose to pursue an infrastructure and tax reform package early in your term, you will find a willing governing partner in the Problem Solvers Caucus.

We are eager to get to work with you and your team to begin delivering on behalf of the American people.

Sincerely,

 

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Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick is serving his first term in the U.S. House of Representatives and is a member of the Homeland Security and Foreign Affairs committees. He represents Pennsylvania’s 8th District which includes all of Bucks County as well as a portion of Montgomery County. He is a former FBI Supervisory Special Agent, Special Assistant U.S. Attorney, and is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and Emergency Medical Technician (EMT).

 

 

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Fitzpatrick Delivers First Congressional Speech

2017/01/12

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick (PA-08) took to the House floor Thursday morning and delivered his first floor speech, using the inaugural remarks to make an impassioned plea to members of Congress about the importance of government reform and advocate for his anti-corruption legislative package.

Full remarks as prepared for delivery are below. Watch or download the footage HERE.

“Mr. Speaker – I rise today for the first time in this chamber as a servant of the people of Pennsylvania’s Eighth District – the good people of Bucks and Montgomery counties - serving as their independent voice.  The weight of this responsibility should not be lost on any of us.  And, it is my sincere hope that each one of us here – regardless of where we come from, what our past experiences have been, or how long we’ve been here – will do what the American people are demanding of us at this time:  work together as problem solvers, not work against each other as ideologues. 

This very responsibility is what our Founders envisioned: Citizen legislators, chosen from their peers to work on their behalf; to serve honorably, with a focus on solutions; and return home to live under the laws they’ve passed, making way for a new generation of leadership with new ideas and a fresh perspective.  Unfortunately, Mr. Speaker, we as a nation have strayed from that vision.

Today, too many Americans feel left out. They see a system that does more to preserve the status quo than it does solving our most pressing challenges. They see a class of career politicians and elite insiders.  I wish I could tell my constituents -  my bosses - that this problem is exaggerated; that this mess in Washington doesn’t affect them, or their families, or their businesses.

But, as a former anti-corruption FBI special agent, I’ve seen the brokenness in our system and I know the real-life impact that it has: soft and hard corruption that tilts the legislative agenda towards special interests; electoral complacency that causes lawmakers to focus on accumulating power rather than serving constituents; and entrenched partisanship that grinds the gears of government to a halt.

Mr. Speaker, this does not have to be the fate of this Congress.  It does not. The 115th Congress can be remembered as the one that buried party labels for good, and focused on fixing the system.

To that end, I have introduced legislative proposals to begin that process:

  • A Constitutional Amendment enacting term limits for all members of Congress;
  • A Constitutional Amendment preventing members of Congress from being paid unless a budget is passed.  This is not just withholding pay for a little while, this is complete forfeiture; 
  • A Balanced Budget amendment so we are forced to stop kicking the can down the road, and will create a fiscal path that will allow the next generation to thrive;
  • And a bill I call the Citizen Legislature Anti-Corruption Reform – or CLEAN – Act that includes language to:
    • End Congressional “pensions for life”
    • Require this body to debate and act on single-issue legislation
    • Codify that all laws passed by Congress apply to its members
    • Reforms the broken “Gerrymandering” process by moving all redistricting to independent, non-partisan citizen commissions, and
    • Expands access to political party primaries to include both Independents and non-affiliated voters

Is there any one of us in this chamber that does not believe that these measures will make our country a better place?  Is there any one of us in this chamber that does not believe that these measures would result in a healthier democracy, a system of government that people had more faith and trust in?  Is there any one of us in this chamber that does not believe that having more citizens in this country having the opportunity to serve in this body, and to participate in their government, would be a breath of fresh air for our nation? 

If you agree with these ideas, I urge you to join me and co-sponsor these measures. Join the Congressional Citizen Legislature Caucus and advocate for these reforms. Share your vision with your constituents because they need to know that they don’t need to be resigned to the status quo.

Mr. Speaker, Washington needs fewer politicians and more independent voices focused on serving the American people.  They are the reason we are here.  Let’s not let them down.  The time is now to answer their call to fix this system, so we can then get to addressing the challenges we face as a nation. 

I yield back. “

 

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Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick is serving his first term in the U.S. House of Representatives and is a member of the Homeland Security and Foreign Affairs committees. He represents Pennsylvania’s 8th District which includes all of Bucks County as well as a portion of Montgomery County. He is a former FBI Supervisory Special Agent, Special Assistant U.S. Attorney, and is a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) and Emergency Medical Technician (EMT).

 

 

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Speaker Names Fitzpatrick to Homeland Security, Foreign Affairs Committees

2017/01/11

WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick (PA-08) announced Wednesday his appointment to the House Committee on Homeland Security and the House Committee on Foreign Affairs. This dual national security assignment to two high-profile committees for a Freshman member of Congress highlights the importance of Fitzpatrick’s unparalleled background.

“There are few representatives in Congress whose professional experience prepared them as well as Brian’s,” said Speaker of the House Paul Ryan. “His new roles will give him the opportunity to help protect our nation and promote stability abroad—and I have no doubt he’ll be an asset to the Homeland Security and Foreign Affairs committees.”

“It is an honor to be named to two of the most important committees in the House as a Freshman; I am confident my background will enable me to play an active role in debating and shaping policy at such an important time in our history,” said Fitzpatrick. “To be successful in their vital missions, these committees require bipartisan cooperation and independent thinking.  To that end, I look forward to working with Chairman McCaul and Ranking Member Thompson, as well as Chairman Royce and Ranking Member Engel to advance policies that protect our nation and support the values of freedom and rule of law around the globe.”

During his 14-year career as an FBI Supervisory Special Agent, Fitzpatrick worked both counterterrorism and counterintelligence operations, including as an Al-Qaeda interrogator in Operation Iraqi Freedom. His service protecting American families and freedom took him across the country and around the globe.

The Homeland Security Committee was established in 2002 to provide Congressional oversight for the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and find ways to protect the American people against terror. Most recently, the Committee has passed several critical pieces of bipartisan, homeland security legislation to prevent terrorist attacks on the homeland, secure our borders, protect against cyber-attacks and address international and domestic threats. The House Committee on Foreign Affairs handles all legislation that impacts the diplomatic community, which includes the Department of State, the Agency for International Development (USAID), the Peace Corps, the United Nations, and the enforcement of the Arms Export Control Act. It often serves as the voice of Congress in guiding international policy to promote peace, freedom and human rights.

Foriegn Affairs Chairman Ed Royce: "With extensive counterterrorism and anti-corruption work during his 14 years of service at the FBI, Congressman Fitzpatrick is uniquely positioned to make a difference as we confront repressive and adversarial regimes."

 

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Fitzpatrick Pushes Back on Anti-Israel U.N. Resolution

2017/01/10

WASHINGTON, D.C — Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick (PA-08) released the following statement Thursday regarding the House’s bipartisan vote [H. Res. 11] objecting to the anti-Israel resolution passed by the United Nations Security Council in December:

“Israel and the United States share a special relationship, cultivated and reaffirmed in word and action. Unfortunately, the current administration’s recent failure to defend Israel from a one-sided initiative at the U.N. harms our critical alliance by breaking with decades of precedent and undermining the prospect for productive negotiations between the Israelis and the Palestinians. Support for a safe and secure Israel transcends political parties and should be the cornerstone of any Middle East foreign policy. Our foreign policy must recognize that a solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict can only come about through direct, bilateral negotiations between the two parties.”

H.Res. 11 calls for the repeal of UN Security Council Resolution 2334 which effectively states that the Jewish Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem and the Western Wall are “occupied territory.” Additionally, it makes clear that the Obama Administration’s failure to veto this resolution violated longstanding U.S. policy to protect Israel. The U.S. has vetoed 42 anti-Israel resolutions since 1972.

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Fitzpatrick Sworn In, Introduces Sweeping Government Reform Legislation as First Official Act

2017/01/10

WASHINGTON, D.C — Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick (PA-08) was officially sworn into office as United States Representative for Pennsylvania’s Eight District Tuesday afternoon and introduced a package of anti-corruption legislation intended to significantly reform Congress.

“It is an honor to have been elected to serve the people of Bucks and Montgomery counties as their representative in the 115th Congress. I look forward to serving as their independent voice in Washington at a time when hardworking citizens are too often left without one due to a broken system,” said Fitzpatrick. “That is why my first official act as our community’s Representative is to introduce a package of bills and constitutional amendments to reform our government, prevent corruption before it takes root, and return power to those whom this government belongs: the American people.”

“Introducing these measures on my very first day won’t earn me many friends among Washington’s elite insiders, but…I will push vehemently for consideration of, and votes on, these ideas”

“Introducing these measures on my very first day won’t earn me many friends among Washington’s elite insiders, but their introduction alone cannot — and will not — be the end. I will push vehemently for consideration of, and votes on, these ideas because I believe they transcend political parties and strike at the heart of what our country needs: a rebirth of belief in our leaders and institutions so we can tackle the challenges we face and accomplish great things in this new era.”

The three Constitutional amendments and one bill come following months of effort and discussion by Fitzpatrick who stressed the importance of reforming government.

Included in the package:

Term Limits for Members of Congress (Constitutional amdt.)

Limits members of the House of Representatives and Senate to 12 years of service total

No Budget, No Pay (Constitutional amdt.)

Prevents members of Congress from being paid unless a budget is passed. Goes further than previous iterations of No Budget, No Pay by docking pay for time without a budget as opposed to simply putting member salaries in escrow until end of term.

Balanced Budget Amendment (Constitutional amdt.)

Requires Congress to adopt a budget that balances like most states, including Pennsylvania, and municipalities

Citizen Legislature Anti-Corruption Reform (CLEAN) Act (H.R)

o Ends Congressional “pensions for life” and directs members toward standard 401K retirement savings accounts

o Requires Congress to act on single-issue legislation

o Codifies that all laws passed by Congress must apply to its members

o Reforms the broken “Gerrymandering” process by moving all redistricting to independent, non-partisan commissions

o Allows access to political party primaries for Independents or non-affiliated voters

Prior to his swearing-in, one of Fitzpatrick’s first actions was to stands up against the establishment and vocally oppose, including voting against, changes to the Office of Congressional Ethics (OCE) inside the House Republican Conference meeting. Tuesday, he informed leadership we would vote against the Rules package if it included the changes; the changes to the OCE were removed shortly after.

“As a former FBI anti-corruption agent who put politicians behind bars, I know that politicians can’t be trusted to police themselves; an aggressive, independent watch dog is crucial,” added Fitzpatrick. “It’s obvious there is work that must be done to reform Congress- including its ethics procedures, but these changes should be holistic in addressing the problems, bipartisan in their implementation, and meet the high standards the American people deserve.”

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Fitzpatrick Marks Law Enforcement Appreciation Day 2017

2017/01/10

Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick (PA-08), a former FBI Special Agent and member of the federal law enforcement community, released the following statement Monday recognizing Law Enforcement Appreciation Day 2017:

“Last year, 135 law enforcement officers made the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty. Despite the dangers of the job, the men and women in blue willingly face those risks each day to ensure the safety of our communities and to protect the ordered liberty provided under the law. While today, on Law Enforcement Appreciation Day, we say ‘thank you,’ let our gratitude for the selfless work of our local, state and federal law enforcement officers continue in all places and at all times.”

Additionally, Fitzpatrick joined other newly-elected freshmen members of Congress in urging President Obama to observe this day by lighting the White House blue. The letter, sent last week, makes clear that communities, leaders and government should show support for the millions of public servants who risk their lives every day to keep our communities safe.

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Congressman Fitzpatrick Sworn into Office

2017/01/04

U.S. Representative Brian Fitzpatrick was sworn in as a Member of the United States House of Representatives by House Speaker Paul Ryan on January 3rd, 2017.

The Honorable Brian Fitzpatrick was elected to serve as representative of Pennsylvania’s 8th Congressional District. Representative Brian Fitzpatrick was added to the rolls of the House upon executing the oath of office.

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Congressman Mike Fitzpatrick is a lifelong resident of Bucks County, where he has been an active member of his community for decades.  In the 113th Congress, Mike’s number one priority is job creation.  Mike recognizes that government does not create jobs, but fosters an environment in which the private sector can create permanent, family sustaining jobs.

Mike graduated from Bishop Egan High School in Fairless Hills and earned his bachelor’s degree while working his way through St. Thomas University in Miami, Florida. Upon graduation, Mike was awarded the university’s highest service award.

Following graduation, Mike returned to Pennsylvania and in 1988, he graduated from Penn State’s Dickinson School of Law. While attending law school Mike was the Business Manager of the Dickinson Journal of International Law.  Mike is admitted to practice law in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey.

In 1995, Mike was appointed to the Bucks County Board of Commissioners where he served for ten years.  As a Bucks County Commissioner Mike was a champion of responsible county social service programs, job creation and efficient government administration.  He fought to preserve over 11,000 acres of beautiful farmland, parkland and critical natural areas. His record on open space earned him recognition from a variety of environmental organizations, including the Greenspace Alliance.

During his time as Commissioner, Mike led the fight to establish the county’s first Enterprise Zone, a project that eventually led to the creation of over 4,000 private sector jobs in Bucks County.

As a Member of the 109th Congress Mike demonstrated himself to be an independently- minded advocate for his constituents. He fought for stronger borders, lower taxes and smaller budget deficits. Locally he worked successfully to bring the National Veterans’ Cemetery to Bucks County.  Mike was also instrumental in flood mitigation efforts along the Neshaminy Creek watershed, which had been plagued by persistent flooding.

Mike returned to Congress in 2011 after practicing law in Bucks County focusing on representing small businesses and local governments.

Mike and his wife Kathy have been married twenty-four years and have six children – three girls (Katie, Maggie and Molly) and three boys (Jimmy, Mick and Tommy). An Eagle Scout, Mike has remained active in Scouting and is a past-President of the Bucks County Council of the Boy Scouts of America.


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