Bridget Kosierowski for PA House 114
Bridget Malloy Kosierowski is a lifelong Pennsylvanian; born and raised in Clarks Summit, educated as a registered nurse at Villanova University in Philadelphia, and today with her husband, Joseph, raising their four children in the same neighborhood where Bridget’s parents raised her and her five siblings.
The decision to run for public office is a very personal one for Bridget and her family. It is born from a professional life in the health care sector as a working nurse, as a mother to a young child who survived a devastating leukemia diagnosis, and as civic leader who believes that 114th district residents deserve a representative in Harrisburg who is working to fight for them and to stand up for what is right.
Bridget is not a career politician. She has not spent decades learning the ways of Harrisburg or Washington, D.C. But she believes wholeheartedly that there is power in bold thinking and there is credibility in conviction.
That’s what this race and this role mean to Bridget. Not simply to hold an elected office, but to build a stronger community with good jobs at a good wage; to place the interests of constituents ahead of personal, political, and financial interests; to protect women and children from sexual assault and abuse; for better schools, for a better healthcare system, and for property tax relief.
As the next representative for Pennsylvania’s 114th District, Bridget Malloy Kosierowski will be guided by a deep desire to improve the lives of ordinary men and women like each one of us and strive each day to make our communities a better place to live, to work, and to raise our families