State Rep. Thomas Kutz represents the 87th Legislative District in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, serving part of Cumberland County.

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The 87th District consists of part of CUMBERLAND County consisting of the TOWNSHIPS of Lower Allen (part), Monroe, Silver Spring, South Middleton (part), and Upper Allen and the BOROUGH of Mount Holly Springs.

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Kutz Bill Would Support First-Time Homebuyers

Feb. 07, 2023 /

HARRISBURG – In an effort to help first-time homebuyers in Pennsylvania, Rep. Thomas Kutz (R-Cumberland) is gathering support for legislation that would reduce the tax burden for new homeowners by creating an exemption from paying the realty transfer tax.

Kutz Seeks to Recognize Fallen Firefighter

Feb. 03, 2023 /

HARRISBURG – Rep. Thomas Kutz (R-Cumberland) announced that he will be introducing legislation to name the bridge carrying PA Route 34 over Mountain Creek in Mount Holly Springs Borough in honor of fallen firefighter Jerome Guise.

Kutz Announces Office Information

Jan. 17, 2023 /

HARRISBURG – In order to best serve residents of the 87th House District in Cumberland County, Rep. Thomas Kutz (R-Cumberland) is announcing his office locations and hours.

Kutz, Ecker to Introduce Voter ID Legislation

Jan. 09, 2023 /

HARRISBURG – Emphasizing that voter identification is a necessary tool to support accountability and accuracy in elections, Reps. Thomas Kutz (R-Cumberland) and Torren Ecker (R-Adams/Cumberland) today began seeking support from their colleagues on a proposed constitutional amendment to require voter ID at the polls.

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