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Scott Wallace, former PA-01 Democratic nominee, endorses Wachspress

Wallace’s endorsement unites all three 2018 Democratic candidates behind her campaign

Scott Wallace, 2018 Democratic nominee for Pennsylvania’s 1st Congressional District, recently endorsed Democrat Debbie Wachspress in her 2020 bid for the seat currently held by Congressman Brian Fitzpatrick. Wallace joins former primary rivals Rachel Reddick and Steve Bacher, who endorsed Wachspress in November, uniting all three 2018 Democratic candidates behind Wachspress in 2020.

“I have decided to endorse another good friend, Deb Wachspress, to be the Democratic nominee for Pennsylvania’s first congressional district in 2020,” Wallace said. “I know well of her deep personal commitment to improving the day-to-day lives of the good, hard-working people of Bucks and Montgomery counties, to a fair tax system, to universal health care, to quality public education, to peace and diplomacy, to women’s reproductive rights, to real gun control measures, to climate solutions, and to an end to the corporate gravy train and pay-to-play politics.”

“I am so honored to receive Scott’s endorsement,” said Wachspress. “I admire all of the work he has done for our community and I am thrilled to have him on my team. I am running to represent the people of the 1st District, because we need a member of Congress with the backbone to stand up to big insurance companies, the corporate gun lobby and Donald Trump. I’m not afraid to stand up to anyone to fight for common sense issues like cleaner air and water, lower prescription drug prices, and universal background checks on gun purchases.”

For more information, visit wachspressforcongress.com

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