Contact Information 

District Office:
605 East Chester Pike
Ridley Park, PA 19078
Phone: (610) 534-1002
Fax: (610) 534-1710

Monday - Friday
8 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Capitol Office:
432 Irvis Office Building
PO Box 202162
Harrisburg PA 17120-2162
Phone: (717) 787-3472
Fax: (717) 787-7558

Working For You

It is an honor to work for you and the residents of our district and I take great pride in representing you in Harrisburg. I am aware of the challenges that face our state and I am dedicated to facing those challenges so that together, we can make our communities the best that they can be. As a way for you to keep up with the work that is happening on your behalf, check the stories listed below, and as always, feel free to contact me for more information about any state-related matter.
In a move to make it more convenient for residents to receive state services, Rep. Nick Miccarelli (R-Delaware) will offer mobile office hours in the Briarcliffe section of Darby Township.
From the Morning Call My column today is about the Catholic Church's intensifying efforts to convince the faithful to pressure Pennsylvania legislators to oppose statute of limitations reform in child sex abuse cases.
From the Daily Times Opinion I was nothing short of shocked when a dear friend of mine sent me a picture of the St. Rose of Lima Church bulletin on Saturday. It read, “State Representative Nick Miccarelli voted in favor of House Bill 1947 which states that private institutions can be sued as far as 40 years ago for millions of dollars, while public institutions may not be sued for any crimes committed in the past.” This statement, printed in the church bulletin, is patently untrue. The simplicity of this statement leaves out much, but most glaringly it leaves out the true goal of the bill. I did vote in favor of HB1947 because as I reviewed the legislation, forefront in my mind was justice for the victims, not sympathy for the predators that committed heinous crimes against children or any public or private institution that allowed sexual abuse to continue unaddressed. HB1947 will allow those who have been molested as children to have their day in court.
From The Times Herald HARRISBURG >> Legalizing medical marijuana in Pennsylvania might reach a stalemate in the Legislature, but one Delaware County Republican is moving to ensure the legislation has a place for a vote on the House floor.
From The Philadelphia Inquirer Pennsylvania's legislature has numerous caucuses of like-minded members to advocate for pet projects - for hunters and supporters of the arts, to name just two.
From The Philadelphia Inquirer The city has presented an alternative proposal for expanding Philadelphia International Airport that would save 72 houses in Tinicum Township and relocate United Parcel Service from along the Delaware to a spot in Cargo City farther from residential neighbors.