Contact Information 
District Office
282 West King St., 1st Floor
Abbottstown, PA 17301
(717) 259-7805
Toll-Free: 1-877-480-9525
Hours: M-F 9:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Satellite Offices
South Middletown Township Building
520 Park Drive
Boiling Springs, PA 17007
Tuesday, Wednesday, 1st and 3rd Thursday of each month
9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Phone: (717) 612-0807 

North Newton Township Building
528 Oakville Road
Shippensburg, PA 17257
Second and fourth Thursday of every month, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Phone: (717) 612-0807
Toll free: 1-877-480-9525

Capitol Office
427 Irvis Office Building
PO Box 202193
Harrisburg PA 17120-2193
Phone (717) 783-8875
Fax (717) 787-7588
Latest News
03/20/2017
In the spirit of Senate Resolution 60, the General Assembly is working on corresponding legislation that addresses the following issues:
02/28/2017
President Donald Trump’s decision to select Betsy DeVos as education secretary has reignited the debate over school choice. Secretary DeVos’ history is shining a light on the costs associated with cyber and charter schools. While I’d rather not discuss the merit of cabinet members at this time, I’d like to go on the record concerning some of my votes on the subject of school choice.
01/23/2017
One of the best moves Gov. Tom Wolf made when he took office was appointing Russell Redding to serve in his cabinet as secretary of the Department of Agriculture. Secretary Redding served in the same capacity during the latter years of Gov. Ed Rendell’s second term. Wolf re-appointed Secretary Redding in 2015 and pleased many people by doing so. I am happy to also call the secretary a constituent, as he is a resident of the 193rd Legislative District.
12/22/2016
Let me begin by wishing you and yours a Merry Christmas and Happy Hanukkah, as well as a happy and prosperous 2017. We have many things for which to be thankful. For me, it is family and friends, as well as the humbling opportunity to work for and with the great residents of the 193rd Legislative District. It is a responsibility I do not take lightly.
11/23/2016
It’s not uncommon for state legislators to be told, “All you have to do is pass the budget.” Granted, that is the primary responsibility of the General Assembly; however, it is not the only thing with which state government is charged. I’d like to take a moment to review some of the things that were accomplished in the 2015-16 session.
11/21/2016
It’s not uncommon for state legislators to be told, “All you have to do is pass the budget.” Granted, that is the primary responsibility of the General Assembly; however, it is not the only thing with which state government is charged. I’d like to take a moment to review some of the things that were accomplished in the 2015-16 session.
09/08/2016
ABBOTTSTOWN – State Rep. Will Tallman (R-Adams/Cumberland) invites residents of the 193rd legislative district to get the latest news on the state budget and other legislative issues during one of his upcoming town hall meetings.
07/13/2016
HARRISBURG – Members of the Adams and York County House Republican delegations today continued their fight for fiscal responsibility by opposing the elements of the state budget package from which revenues for the 2016-17 fiscal year are derived. The remaining elements of the budget package are expected to be signed into law by Gov. Tom Wolf.
06/28/2016
HARRISBURG – State Rep. Will Tallman (R-Adams/Cumberland) joined members of the York County House Republican delegation and House members on both sides of the aisle in standing in opposition to Senate Bill 1073, the key piece in the package of legislation that forms the 2016-17 state budget. If approved by the state Senate, the bill will require $31.5 billion in spending, a more than $1.4 billion increase over the 2015-16 fiscal year.
05/25/2016
As state representative for the 193rd Legislative District, I am tasked with being the voice of my constituents in the General Assembly. That means casting votes in line with the majority of district residents. On many issues, deciding which way to vote is fairly simple. Such is the case with a hot topic on which I have received a great deal of feedback.
04/25/2016
If there is a silver lining in the 2015-16 budget debate, it is the “unveiling” of details in the budget process that have always existed but rarely put on public display. Most of you should now be aware that finalizing a state budget is not as simple as passing one bill. Many moving parts have to come together if a spending plan is to be put in place.
04/13/2016
HARRISBURG – State Rep. Will Tallman (R-Adams/Cumberland) today joined the majority of his colleagues in the House and Senate in passing legislation that will require use of a more equitable school funding formula rather than Gov. Tom Wolf’s plan that heavily favored the School District of Philadelphia. House Bill 1589, which also restores construction reimbursement funding schools are owed through PlanCon (the Planning and Construction Workbook), passed each chamber of the General Assembly by a two-thirds majority, thus preventing a veto by the governor.
04/08/2016
When Gov. Tom Wolf vetoed the Fiscal Code last month, education funding in Pennsylvania entered a totally new realm. This past week, the governor chose to shortchange 433 of Pennsylvania’s 500 school districts, which will now all receive less money thanks to distribution of basic education funding using a formula he created. In doing so, the governor completely ignored the work of the Basic Education Funding Commission (BEFC), which was created two years ago to address inadequacies in Pennsylvania’s basic education funding formula.
03/28/2016
The 2015-16 state budget standoff will undoubtedly be remembered in history (and hopefully not be repeated). A silver lining in the impasse is Pennsylvanians should now understanding that finalizing a spending plan is not as simple as passing one piece of legislation. The state budget is made up of a number of moving parts, including one for the current fiscal year that actually still has to be finalized.
03/16/2016
Legislators ask Gov. Wolf to avoid ‘yet another crisis’