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Perkasie councilman Clark to seek re-election


Perkasie Borough Councilman Aaron Clark (R-2) has announced his intention to seek re-election. He will be circulating nominating petitions to appear as the Republican candidate on the May 21 municipal primary ballot for a four-year term.

“Perkasie is a special place to live, work and raise a family. But none of that happens by accident. I’m running for borough council to continue advance a conservative reform agenda that puts Perkasie families and businesses first,” said Clark.

Clark serves as one of three Ward 2 representatives to Perkasie Borough Council and acts as council liaison to the Parks and Recreation Committee. He was appointed to Borough Council in 2016 and won the seat in 2017. He was endorsed by the Pennridge Republican Club, District Attorney Matt Weintraub, state Rep. Craig Staats and former state Rep. Paul Clymer.

The window to circulate nominating petitions runs from Feb. 19 until March 12. The primary election will be held May 21 and the general election Nov. 5.

Clark, 29, a lifelong Perkasie resident, is a graduate of Pennridge High School and Penn State University. He is a is a marketing professional and a member of the Perkasie Historical Society, Sellersville Moose, Bucks County Young Republicans and St. Paul’s UCC.

Clark lives on Third Street with his wife, Kathryn, daughter, Hadley, and golden retriever Brian Dawgkins.

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