Contact Information 
Capitol Office
117B East Wing
PO Box 202057
Harrisburg PA 17120-2088
Tel: 717-260-6146
Fax: 717-787-2882

District Offices:
101 Ehalt Street, Suite 105
Greensburg, PA 15601-2300
Phone: 724-834-6400
Fax: 724-834-6799
Hours: Monday through Friday
9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Youngwood Borough Building
17 South 6th Street
Youngwood, PA 15697
Tel: 717-925-5490
Hours: Tuesday and Thursday
9 a.m. to noon
Latest News
HARRISBURG – The House Aging and Older Adult Services Committee this week reported out legislation, sponsored by Rep. Eric Nelson (R-Hempfield), to prevent seniors from losing their eligibility for state prescription drug assistance due to a Social Security cost-of-living adjustment (COLA).
HARRISBURG – Rep. Eric Nelson (R-Hempfield) announced he will be hosting his annual Senior Expo with Sen. Don White (R-Armstrong/Butler/Indiana/Westmoreland) on Wednesday, May 17.
HARRISBURG – On Tuesday, the House Finance Committee approved the Small Business Tax Fairness Package, which includes three House bills being sponsored by Reps. Stephen Bloom (R-Cumberland), Seth Grove (R-York) and Eric Nelson (R-Westmoreland). Each of the bills passed with a 16-7 vote.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Eric Nelson (R-Hempfield) issued the following statement in response to the House passing a $31.52 billion state budget for Fiscal Year 2017-18:
HARRISBURG – Rep. Eric Nelson (R-Hempfield) will hold a meeting for sportsmen next week where representatives from the Fish and Boat and Game commissions will be on site to provide information and to answer questions on hunting and fishing topics to his constituents.
HARRISBURG – A bipartisan group of legislators from the Pennsylvania House of Representatives today rallied to prevent individuals with disabilities from being forced to sit in the community and leave day programs and sheltered workshops where they are comfortable.
WHAT: Rep. Eric Nelson (R-Westmoreland) will lead a rally supporting individuals with disabilities and their right to work in sheltered workshops if they so choose. The Pennsylvania Department of Human Services (DHS) proposed changes which would require this group of citizens to spend up to half of their day in public places for improved community integration. The plan was met with significant public outcry and DHS has been working with members of the General Assembly to reach a compromise allowing work and integration. Following the rally, the House Human Services Committee will hold a hearing on the matter.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Eric Nelson (R-Hempfield) issued the following statement in response to Gov. Tom Wolf’s $32.34 billion budget proposal, which includes a few consolidation and cost-saving measures, but also $1 billion in new taxes. Wolf’s budget would spend over $500 million more than the current year.
WHAT: State lawmakers will host a roundtable with Pennsylvania small business owners and invited media, at which they will discuss ways to improve the Commonwealth’s tax climate by restoring fairness for small businesses and promoting job creation.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Eric Nelson (R-Hempfield) today was appointed to five House committees for the 2017-18 legislative session.
HARRISBURG — Rep. Eric Nelson (R-Hempfield Township) today took the oath of office for a full term in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives to advocate for the residents of the 57th Legislative District. He began his tenure in the General Assembly about nine months ago after he won a special election.
GREENSBURG — In order to more conveniently serve residents living in the southern portion of the 57th Legislative District, Rep. Eric Nelson (R-Hempfield Township) announced today that his Youngwood District office will begin regular office hours on Tuesday, Oct. 4.
WHAT: Republicans and Democrats in the state Legislature are joining forces to attempt to tackle the state’s opioid crisis.
GREENSBURG — Rep. Eric Nelson (R-Hempfield Township) is inviting all local senior citizens and their families to attend his upcoming Senior Expo.
HARRISBURG — Rep. Eric Nelson (R-Hempfield Township) issued the following the statement after voting to reject the $31.55 billion general fund budget (Senate Bill 1073) that passed the state House on Tuesday: