About Rob Loughery

Robert G. Loughery was sworn in as a Bucks County Commissioner on February 3, 2011, after being appointed to the Board of Commissioners by the Judges of the Court of Common Pleas of Bucks County, and was elected to a full term in November 2011. He was re-elected to a second term in November 2015 and served as Chairman of the Board in 2012 - 2016 and again in 2018 & 2019.

 

[READ FULL BIO]

Follow Us

View this post on Instagram

Quick stop by in Quakertown on the trail today

A post shared by Rob Loughery (@robertgloughery) on

Working for Bucks County

REGISTER TO VOTE

ABSENTEE BALLOT

We leveraged state transportation funding sources in innovative ways to repair and replace more bridges in the last three years than we had the previous ten years to make travel safer and reduce commuting costs,

Working in partnership with the Bucks County Community College, we established a Metalworks Training Program that has graduated 165 individuals with 155 job placements; and, recently, we announced the creation of a new, state-of-the-art Center for Workforce and Economic Development to be located at the BCCC Bristol campus....to create more initiatives like this...so our young people can find good family sustaining work.

We embarked on an ambitious trails program to connect our county's parks and natural resources for more people to enjoy, as we continuously work to improve the quality of life in Bucks County

Working with our District Attorney Matt Weintraub we added 6 new detectives to support his Drug Strike Force to lock up and prosecute heroin drug dealers in our county that have spread this deadly epidemic, which has been a scourge on our communities and families.

Latest News and Videos

Upper Bucks Tech event lauds career, vocational education connection

The Intelligencer

 

Commissioners award $25K grant to Bucks Beautiful during tree planting ceremony in Morrisville

Bucks Local News

 

Groundbreaking Heralds Construction of Upper Bucks Rail Trail

buckscounty.org

 

Loughery Runs For Another Term in Bucks

WNPV 98.5 FM | 1440 AM

 

Mental health, housing and addiction programs focus of $30 million grant plan

By Chris Ullery

Bucks County Courier Times

 

Bucks GOP state lawmakers announce endorsement of Loughery-DiGirolamo for county commissioner

Bucks Local News

 

Bucks County Commissioners approve contracts to expand women's prison

Bucks Local News

 

Bucks County to pilot new initiative in Bristol to assist small businesses with infrastructure improvements

Bucks Local News

 

Bristol Township Schools To Receive $2.5 Million PILOT

WBCB News

 

Bucks County GOP endorses row office, judge candidates

By Chris Ullery

Bucks County Courier Times

 

Bucks County Republican Committee announces 2019 endorsed candidates

Bucks Local News

 

Why some Pa. counties are struggling with state order to upgrade voting machines

by Jonathan Lai, Updated: March 1, 2019

Philly.com

 

Bucks County Commissioner Chairman Rob Loughery to seek another term

Bucks Local News

 

Opinion: Bridge in Perkasie connects communities, sense of belonging

By Scott Bomboy

The Intelligencer

 

Bucks County Community College planning new $14M workforce training building

By Chris English

Bucks County Courier Times

 

Bucks County wins $1.7M workforce development grant

By James O’Malley

Bucks County Courier Times

 

I-95 and PA Tunpike linked, more construction coming

By James McGinnis

Bucks County Courier Times

Loughery Runs For Another Term in Bucks

Darryl Berger interviewed Republican Bucks County Commissioner, Rob Loughery, who is running for another term on the Board of Commissioners in Bucks County.

Rob Loughery - WORKING FOR BUCKS COUNTY

Working with our District Attorney Matt Weintraub we added 6 new detectives to support his Drug Strike Force to lock up and prosecute heroin drug dealers in our county that have spread this deadly epidemic, which has been a scourge on our communities and families.

Join Rob's Mailing List

Keep up with the latest news.

Sign Up Now

DONATE

Paid for by the Friends of Rob Loughery

Website design by Bill Kyle