A NEW WAY FORWARD
My name is Brian Allen and I'm running for Congress to represent the people of Pennsylvania's 10th district. I am not a career politician; I am an engaged and respected member of the community and have spent my entire career working to improve the lives of those who experienced adversity and hardship. As a lifelong Republican, I am dismayed at what the party has become. Our conservative values are mocked, prominent Republicans publicly disparage women and minorities, and party leaders refuse to answer difficult questions by complaining about fairness and "fake news." Republicans and Democrats alike have created a political atmosphere marked by partisan bickering and hypocrisy. In short, Washington is broken and people no longer trust their elected officials. It is time to bring civility and integrity back to Congress by electing leaders focused on the good of the people, not on scoring political points against the other side.
I promise that you will always know where I stand on the issues and I will always vote according to principle and conscience, not directives from party leadership. I will respond to tough questions with straight answers and I will be accountable to the people of Pennsylvania's 10th district, not special interest groups in Washington. I know you hear these same pledges from every individual running for elected office, I have heard them too, but I'm not like the others. I invite you to explore this website to learn more about me, my views on the issues, and how you can help. Talk to those who know me personally and feel free to introduce yourself if I see you in the community. Contact me or attend one of my events, and ask the questions you most want answered. Together, we can bring back a government that listens to and acts in the best interests of the people it is meant to serve.
Recent NewsSaturday, May 22, 2021 12:43 PM
Brian Discusses the Anti-Asian Hate Crimes Bill
In response to multiple messages and questions, Brian provides his thoughts on the COVID-19 Anti-Asian Hate Crimes bill and the disingenuous or deliberately misleading statement from our representative, Scott Perry, on why he voted "NO." You can watch the video by clicking here.
Tuesday, May 4, 2021 2:22 PM
"Are the Media Biased?" Brian Gives his Thoughts
A constituent recently asked Brian, "Do you agree that the mainstream media is biased?" Brian recorded his answer in his latest video discussion (7 minutes, 47 seconds). It is available on our YouTube channel, and you can watch it by clicking here.