Contact Information 

District Office
234 West Pine St.
Grove City PA 16127
Phone: (724) 458-4911

Satellite Offices
Franklin Township Municipal Building
191 Election House Road
Prospect, PA 16052
First Wednesday of the month
10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Center Township Municipal Building
150 Henricks Road
Butler, PA 16001-18472
Every Thursday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Capitol Office
Room 150-A, East Wing
PO Box 202008
Harrisburg PA 17120-2008
Phone: (717) 783-6438

About Tedd 
Rep. Tedd Nesbit was sworn into his second term in office on Jan. 3, 2017, and continues his efforts to make the 8th District in Mercer and Butler counties a great place to live, work and raise a family. He was first elected to the 8th District in 2014.

During his tenure in the state House, Tedd uses his background as a prosecutor, business owner and community volunteer to strengthen the economy of northwestern Pennsylvania by working with the business community to bring good jobs to the area and expand quality job training programs; fairly fund education; enhance energy, utility and transportation infrastructure; and ensure Second Amendment and pro-life values.

As part of his efforts to assist job creators, he was successful in adding language to the state’s Fiscal Code in his first term that allows large data centers to further invest in their facilities by exempting large purchases from the state sales tax. He also continues to work with municipalities in the 8th District to find innovative ways to fund infrastructure projects that are necessary to attract business and industry.

For the 2017-18 session, he is serving on the following standing House committees: Judiciary, Gaming Oversight, Children and Youth, and Insurance.

During this term, Tedd continues to focus his efforts on job creation, education and government reforms, including those regarding the voting process and ensure privacy of student data in schools. He also is working on ways to ensure that only those who have committed crimes are locked up.

This session, two new laws contain language he authored. Act 55 of 2018 updates the arbitration process for collective bargaining agreements by implement national standards here in Pennsylvania. The second proposal, House Bill 159, now Act 49 of 2018, gives judges within the juvenile court system the flexibility to look at the facts of the case and assign the most appropriate sentence to the minor.

Tedd earned both a bachelor’s degree in political science and a law degree before running for the state House, and has experience in the private sector as a journalist, in the trucking industry and in his legal practice. His public sector experience is drawn from his time as an assistant district attorney in Mercer County.

The 8th District consists of the Butler County townships of Brady, Center, Cherry, Clay, Franklin, Marion, Mercer, Muddycreek and Worth, and the boroughs of Harrisville, Portersville, West Liberty and West Sunbury; and the Mercer County townships of Coolspring, Deer Creek, Fairview, Findley, French Creek, Jackson, Lake, Liberty, Mill Creek, New Vernon, Perry, Pine, Sandy Creek, Sandy Lake, Springfield, Wolf Creek and Worth and the boroughs of Fredonia, Grove City, Jackson Center, Mercer, New Lebanon, Sandy Lake, Sheakleyville and Stoneboro.
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