Doylestown, PA—May 9, 2019. The Southeast Pennsylvania National Organization for Women PAC has joined the growing list of organizations and elected officials who have endorsed Jordan Yeager for Judge of the Court of Common Pleas of Bucks County.


“Fighting for equal rights and justice for all has been the impetus for my entire career as a lawyer, and it’s why I want to serve as a Judge on the Court of Common Pleas. I have spent over 26 years fighting to protect the Constitution’s guaranteed freedoms, and I will continue to fight for those freedoms on behalf of all who come before the Court,” said Yeager.


Yeager’s 2013 landmark victory in the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, the first case in history declaring a state law unconstitutional because it violated the environmental rights of Pennsylvanians, as well as his continued focus on environmental law, have earned him the endorsements of environmental groups including Conservation Voters of PA, Food & Water Action, Sierra Club, and Clean Water Action.


Yeager was overwhelmingly endorsed by the Bucks County Democratic Committee with over 91% of delegates’ votes on the first ballot. He has also been endorsed by state officials including Senator Steve Santarsiero, Senator Maria Colett, Representative Tina Davis, Representative Wendy Ullman, Representative John Galloway, and Representative Perry Warren, and by Bucks County officials, including Commissioner Diane Marseglia, Recorder of Deeds Robin Robinson, Prothonotary Judy Reiss, Controller Neale Dougherty, and Sheriff Milt Warrell. Former State Representative Helen Tai and Former Congressman Patrick Murphy have endorsed Yeager, along with former Democratic Congressional nominee Scott Wallace.


Yeager is seeking both the Democratic and Republican nominations to the Bucks County Court of Common Pleas in the May 21, 2019 primary election. If nominated, he will take part in the general election on November 5.


You can find more information on Yeager at his campaign website: