Welcome to Lower Bucks Indivisible

       

Lower Bucks Indivisible (LBI) is a group of concerned citizens of PA's 1st Congressional District committed to resisting the Trump agenda of racism, corruption and authoritarianism. We will hold our locally-elected legislators and elected officials accountable for upholding the U.S Constitution and the principles of inclusion, respect and fairness.


Our Mission

Lower Bucks Indivisible is a voluntary cooperative organization working to provide the resources and tools to enable you to easily, quickly, and effectively communicate with your Members of Congress (MoCs).
We believe that it is your right and responsibility as a citizen to express to your Members of Congress your views, ideas, opinions, recommendations, and demands regarding issues of importance to you. As a peaceful organization, LBI does not condone any action that is violent, abusive, or harassing.
As a Lower Bucks Indivisible member, you will have access to reliable, timely, and useful information to keep you aware of events taking place in Congress and the White House and how you can affect those events.
When a group of dedicated, passionate voters working together raise their voices to our elected officials, they will listen and change will follow.
Information from this website relating to the 115th Congress has been archived here:
115th Congress Archives

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Words From Our Nation's Founders

"All legislative Powers herein granted shall be vested in a Congress of the United States, which shall consist of a Senate and House of Representatives."

Article I, Section 1 of the US Constitution; the first words of the Constitution after the "we the people" preamble

"The Congress shall have Power To..make all Laws which shall be necessary and proper for carrying into Execution the foregoing Powers, and all other Powers vested by this Constitution in the Government of the United States."

Article I, Section 8 of the US Constitution; also referred to as the "elastic clause" which give to Congress the right to fulfill any duties that are not expressly listed in the Constitution