Munroe takes oath for first term in PA House

HARRISBURG, Jan. 3 – State Rep. Brian Munroe took the oath of office today in the state Capitol to begin his first term representing the 144th Legislative District, which comprises parts of New Britain, Warminster and Warrington townships, along with the borough of Ivyland, in Bucks County.

The noon swearing-in ceremony marked the beginning of the 2023-24 legislative session of the Pennsylvania House of Representatives.

Munroe said some of his priorities in his first term will be championing good-government initiatives to decrease the cost of living, protect the environment and ensure the safety of everyone in the community. 

“I am humbled beyond words for the opportunity to provide a voice for friends, neighbors and residents of the 144th Legislative District,” Munroe said. “I look forward to accomplishing the work that must be done for our commonwealth to continue on its upward trajectory. We have a chance to put Pennsylvania on a prosperous path, and we must meet this moment by working in unison to enact concrete policies that achieve goals across a broad spectrum."

Munroe said his office can help with a variety of state-related services, including home heating assistance, children’s health insurance, prescription drug and property tax/rent rebate assistance. Residents can find out more by going to

Munroe joins the largest and most diverse class of freshman legislators in more than a decade, including 26 new members, 8 of whom are women.

Dauphin County Judge John McNally administered the oath of office.