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 121A, East Wing
PO Box 202008
Harrisburg PA 17120-2008
Phone: (717) 783-6438

Latest News
HARRISBURG – Looking ahead to a more positive year, Rep. Tedd Nesbit (R-Mercer/Butler) said today that he is optimistic that the process to enact the 2018-19 state budget will be far smoother and less contentious as in prior years.
HARRISBURG – More than $165,000 will be shared among 13 fire and EMS companies to continue serving our local communities, said Rep. Tedd Nesbit (R-Mercer/Butler).
HARRISBURG – Legislation that would help clear up confusion regarding ownership titles of out-of-state manufactured homes cleared the Pennsylvania House of Representatives on Monday, according to the bill’s sponsor, Rep. Tedd Nesbit (R-Mercer/Butler).
HARRISBURG – Legislation designed to address the ongoing opioid abuse crisis by preventing paper prescriptions for the powerful medications from falling into the wrong hands has been approved by the state House, said Rep. Tedd Nesbit (R-Mercer/Butler), author of the measure.
HARRISBURG – To help protect taxpayers at the local and state levels while also meeting obligations to current employees and retirees, Rep. Tedd Nesbit (R-Mercer/Butler) voted today on legislation that would make changes to the state’s pension systems for future workers.
HARRISBURG – In an effort that would encourage small businesses to do business with casinos in Pennsylvania, the House has approved legislation authored by Rep. Tedd Nesbit (R-Mercer/Butler) to remove unnecessary obstacles that hinder such partnerships.
HARRISBURG – With Pennsylvania having the sixth-highest population of senior citizens in the nation, Rep. Tedd Nesbit (R-Mercer/Butler) is inviting senior citizens to a Senior Breakfast to learn more about programs and services available to this age group, along with updates on important legislation impacting them.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Tedd Nesbit (R-Mercer/Butler) today voted in favor of a state budget proposal that holds the line on spending while not including any new or increased taxes or borrowing.
GROVE CITY – Area veterans and their families who are in need of specialized assistance are encouraged to visit with a veterans outreach assistance specialist on Wednesday, April 12, said Rep. Tedd Nesbit (R-Mercer/Butler), whose office is hosting the service.
HARRISBURG – A $385,000 state grant that will allow Liberty Township, Mercer County, to expand its sewer infrastructure, better serve its residents and businesses, and create jobs was approved today by the Commonwealth Financing Authority, said Rep. Tedd Nesbit (R-Mercer/Butler) and Sen. Michele Brooks (R-Mercer/50th).
HARRISBURG – Rep. Tedd Nesbit (R-Mercer/Butler) today announced that forms for the state’s Property Tax/Rent Rebate program for the 2016 tax year are now available.
HARRISBURG – To help local first response agencies better afford training, equipment and other needs, a state grant program is awarding 10 fire and ambulance companies in the 8th District with $136,071, Rep. Tedd Nesbit (R-Mercer/Butler) said today.
HARRISBURG – With an eye toward accountability to the taxpayers, Rep. Tedd Nesbit (R-Mercer/Butler) said today that he is pleased with some portions of the governor’s 2017-18 state budget proposal that seeks to refocus the way government operates.
HARRISBURG – In an effort to prevent opioids from falling into the wrong hands, Rep. Tedd Nesbit (R-Mercer/Butler) today introduced legislation that would require that prescriptions for opioids be transmitted electronically, rather than by hand.
WHAT: Rep. Tedd Nesbit (R-Mercer/Butler) will announce legislation he is sponsoring that would help prevent opioid drugs from being misused. Much of the opioid and heroin abuse crisis stems from doctor and pharmacy shopping and pills being sold on the streets. This legislation is designed to tightly control how opioids are prescribed.