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Protecting Election Integrity


The 2020 election created confusion and distrust in our election system. As your State Representative, Brittany will ensure voter confidence in the election process.


Brittany will begin to restore public trust in our elections by: 


  • Drafting/supporting Legislation that repeals no-excuse absentee ballots.
  • Drafting/supporting Legislation that requires a state-issued I.D. to vote. (This Legislation would also make state I.D.s free of charge)
  • Drafting/supporting Legislation that makes Election Day a statewide holiday to increase voter participation, poll watchers, and election volunteers.
  • Drafting/supporting Legislation that demands that election machines provide paper receipts so tabulations can be accurately counted and audited if needed.
  • Drafting/supporting Legislation that creates an open primary.


Saturday, July 30, 2022 1:12 PM

Brittany Kosin signs Election Integrity Declaration

Election Integrity Declaration



Whereas electoral integrity is essential to the functioning of a constitutional republic,


and Whereas, the move to mail-in and drop-box voting in Pennsylvania has seriously undermined the integrity of our electoral process.


We the People of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania do hereby demand that the Pennsylvania state legislature immediately return the Commonwealth to in-person voting on election day, with the exceptions as noted in the PA election code prior to ACT 77, with photo identification, proof of US citizenship and state residency and hard copy paper ballots.


I concur fully with the above and support an immediate return to in-person voting in the Commonwealth.


Brittany Kosin

Candidate for State Representative PA 178

Thursday, July 21, 2022 12:32 AM

Brittany Kosin Press Release on Kristin Marcell's Lack of Availability

Immediate Press Release!   Revised



Kristin Marcell has missed or attended remotely the following council rock school board meetings: 


January 20, 2022 Facilities Committee Meeting (Did not Attend)
January 27, 2022 Education Committee Meeting (Did not Attend)
February 17, 2022 Facilities Committee Meeting (Did not Attend)
February 17, 2022 Special School Board Meeting (Remote)
February 24, 2022 Education Committee Meeting (Did not Attend)
March 10, 2022 Finance Committee Meeting (Remote)
March 14, 2022 Policy Committee Meeting (Did not Attend)
March 17, 2022 Facilities Committee Meeting (Did not Attend)
March 24, 2022 Education Committee Meeting (Did not Attend)
April 7, 2022 School Board Meeting (Remote)
April 21, 2022 Finance Committee Meeting (Remote)
April 25, 2022 Education Committee Meeting (Did not Attend)
May 12, 2022 Finance Committee Meeting (Late)
June 2, 2022 Special School Board Meeting (Remote)
June 2, 2022 Finance Committee Meeting (Remote)
June 16, 2022 School Board Meeting (Remote)
June 16, 2022 Special Finance Committee Meeting (Remote)
June 23, 2022 Special School Board Meeting (Remote)
July 14, 2022 Finance Committee Meeting (Did not Attend)


This is a serious issue because we need someone who can show up to Harrisburg. Kristin Marcell cannot do that. She is simply not available for the 178th district. 



Brittany Kosin

Candidate for State Representative PA 178


Tuesday, July 5, 2022 7:52 PM

Brittany Kosin Press Release on Highland Park Tragedy


Immediate Press Release!   




Following the recent tragedy in Highland Park, IL, my whole heart, and the hearts of my family, go out to the ones lost, while celebrating our freedom and independence. 


This act of pre-planned violence will forever be a stain on our country, yet a state and city with some of the strictest gun laws were unable to stop the shooter. Creating more gun laws would not have stopped him. 


The only thing we can do to prevent such attacks and hate is to better our mental health system and try to reach these individuals before they reach a point where they believe their only option is to kill.


Brittany Kosin

Candidate for State Representative PA 178

Saturday, June 18, 2022 11:38 PM

Brittany Kosin Press Release on Kristin Marcell Blocking Campaign on Social Media






Immediate Press Release!   06/18/2022                                                                                                              


My campaign staff and a few supporters advocating for a debate in the PA State Representative race for HD 178 were blocked on social media by Republican Candidate Kristin Marcell. Kristin Blocked us from her campaign page as well. Several of those blocked are her Council Rock School Board constituents.


We must stand up to those who wish to silence dissent. Since starting my campaign, I have faced criticism from those who do not support me, and not once have I thought to block them, according to Davison v. Loudoun County Board of Supervisors, 227 F. Supp. 3d 605 (E.D. Va.). This is a violation of the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.


I am asking all my supporters to Email Kristin Marcell at and call her campaign line at 267-753-9853 and let her know that censorship is not allowed in the United States.




Brittany Kosin

Candidate for State Representative PA 178


Wednesday, June 15, 2022 7:36 AM

Brittany Kosin Press Release on Book Banning






Immediate Press Release!  



In response to the proposed book policies around the commonwealth. My campaign and I have a proposed system that will make both sides happy.


A rating system for books in schools will be able to bridge the gap where families seem to be disagreeing. This will not be a ban on books; instead, it would allow parents to have preventative measures to ensure their children do not read materials they disapprove of or that the parents find to be above their child's maturity level. The grading system, which I have outlined on my website, is similar to the rating system for movies following a G, PG, PG-13, or R scale. This will make it, so the parents and students have the final say in the types of books the student will be presented in class instead of leaving it up to teachers or the school board. Every school that receives state funding will have to abide by these guidelines once made into law.


In doing this, I hope to achieve a solution for parents across the spectrum so that every parent feels comfortable in knowing what their children are learning. To that point, our children are the priority in school; this system will remove the fear that children are being taught outside of their comfort level or material deemed inappropriate for their age. On the other hand, if parents feel that their children can grasp this material maturely, they are still given that option. This level of flexibility should not conflict with teachers’ curriculums and keep parents in the loop by having a say in their child’s education.


Best Regards,



Brittany Kosin

Candidate for State Representative PA 178

Friday, February 25, 2022 9:52 PM


Brittany Kosin has deep roots in her community, a great smile and she wants your vote in the newly defined legislative district 178, which includes Warwick, where she lives with her husband and three children, Upper Southampton, Wrightstown and most of Northampton. At this writing, the 178th legislative district map has been approved by the court, but the exact boundaries are not yet available. The current representative for the 178th district, Republican Wendi Thomas, is retiring. No other candidates have announced an intention to run so far.

Thursday, February 10, 2022 1:00 PM

Radio Interview with WJAS 1320 AM

Listen to Brittany Kosin on WJAS 1320 on Saturday February 12th, 2022, at 1pm Click here to listen on IHeart radio.

Thursday, February 10, 2022 9:17 AM

Brittany Kosin to run for state Senate in District 178

Brittany Kosin is running for state representative in Pennsylvania’s 178th Legislative District. Brittany Kosin of Warwick Township officially announced her candidacy for state Representative in District 178

Thursday, February 3, 2022 10:38 PM

Editorial: Send PA House district map makers back to the drafting board

On Tuesday, Republican state Rep. Wendi Thomas announced that she won't seek re-election in a new 178th district that seems likely to include Upper Southampton, Warwick, Wrightstown and part of Northampton.

By shedding left-leaning New Hope and Solebury, the LRC's map will take a district the politically moderate Thomas has held since 2018 and paint it a deeper shade of red.

Thomas would be the odds-on favorite to beat a Democratic challenger in November due to the GOP's larger voter registration edge. However, she was facing a primary challenge from her right.

Brittany Kosin, of Warwick, is running on a platform that includes "banning Critical Race Theory and sexualized books in our schools", ending mask and vaccination mandates, supporting school choice and Constitutional Carry, repealing no-excuse vote-by-mail and requiring voter ID. 

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