Meet Rep. Tim Twardzik

PA State Rep. Tim Twardzik represents the 123rd Legislative District in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, serving parts of Schuylkill County.

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The 123rd Legislative District consists of parts of SCHUYLKILL County consisting of the CITY of Pottsville and the TOWNSHIPS of Blythe, Branch, Butler, Cass, East Norwegian, New Castle, North Manheim, Norwegian, Wayne and West Mahanoy and the BOROUGHS of Ashland (Schuylkill County Portion), Cressona, Frackville, Gilberton, Girardville, Gordon, Mechanicsville, Middleport, Minersville, Mount Carbon, New Philadelphia, Palo Alto, Port Carbon, Schuylkill Haven and St. Clair.

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Latest News

Twardzik Voices Concerns About Governor’s Budget Plan

Mar. 07, 2023 /

HARRISBURG – Rep. Tim Twardzik (R-Schuylkill) attended a joint session of the General Assembly today to hear Gov. Josh Shapiro outline his budget proposal for the 2023-24 fiscal year. He issued the following statement in response:

Why There’s No Such Thing as a Free Lunch

Jan. 23, 2023 /

The Pennsylvania House of Representatives is off to a slow start this session, much to the disappointment of my fellow Schuylkill County representatives who you sent to Harrisburg to serve. The 2022 gerrymandered district maps, implemented by a faulty process, were praised as fair. They have been shown to be anything but and have shifted majority and produced gridlock – not good government.

State Recreational Improvement Grants Awarded, Says Twardzik

Jan. 20, 2023 /

HARRISBURG – State funding has been awarded for two recreational improvement projects in Schuylkill County, according to Rep. Tim Twardzik (R-Schuylkill), who played a role in securing the grants. The funding was made available through the Community Conservation Partnerships Program (C2P2), which is administered by the Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR).

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