Contact Information 

Hanover Borough Office 
118 Carlisle Street, Suite 300
Hanover, PA 17331 
(Free parking available in rear of building)
Phone: (717) 630-8942
Fax: (717) 630-9731
Mon-Fri 8:30 – 4:00pm.

Shrewsbury Township Satellite Office
Shrewsbury Township Building, First Floor Conference Room
11505 Susquehanna Trail South
Glen Rock, PA 17327
Phone: (717) 630-8942
First Tuesday of each month: 9 a.m. to noon, and by appointment.

Capitol Office
Room 123A, East Wing
PO Box 202169
Harrisburg PA 17120-2169
Phone: (717) 787-4790
Toll-Free: (855) 282-0612 

My Audio Updates
Here you will find audio clips about important events that have taken place during the current and past Legislative Sessions.
Rep. Klunk Visits the 101st Annual PA Farm Show, a Showcase of the Best Pennsylvania Agriculture has to Offer - 1/12/2017
The 101st Annual Pennsylvania Farm Show is ongoing this week in Harrisburg with record crowds expected to be on hand to view the largest agricultural exposition on the east coast. The event showcases Pennsylvania’s largest production industry – agriculture, and offers hundreds of farmers and others involved in agriculture an opportunity to exhibit their products and compete for prizes. Rep. Kate Klunk (R-York) attended this year’s week long show to speak with and visit people from her legislative district involved in exhibits and competitions.
Rep. Klunk Reacts to Governor’s Budget Announcement - 3/24/2016
At a press conference held at the State Capitol on Wednesday, Gov. Tom Wolf announced that he intends to allow a budget approved by the General Assembly last week to become law without his signature. The move signals the end of a nine-month fiscal impasse in Pennsylvania. The 30 billion dollar spending plan allows money to flow to schools, corrections, and agriculture programs that had been held hostage during negotiations.
Rep. Klunk Comments on Launch of PennSAVE Initiative to Find Savings in Government - 2/22/2016
The House Majority Policy Committee today launched PennSAVE, a Republican-led effort to find ways to save taxpayer dollars by cutting government waste and inefficiencies. The PennSAVE acronym stands for: savings, accountability, value and efficiency. The special task force will be run by a subcommittee of the House Majority Policy Committee and will research several potential cost-saving measures across state government, including state agency and program consolidations; unaddressed audit findings; reform of government procurement policies and “corporate welfare” programs, as well as overall waste, fraud and abuse in the system. Comments are now available from Rep. Kate Klunk (R-York) on this new cost saving initiative.
Rep. Klunk Comments on Governor's Line Item Veto of Latest Budget - 12/29/2015
Money for schools and social service programs will begin to flow from state coffers, now that the Governor has accepted portions of a state budget passed by the General Assembly shortly before Christmas. Lawmakers credited the Governor with having finally done the right thing by using his authority to approve most line items, while blue-lining those he opposed, but also criticized his misrepresentations on education funding.
Rep. Klunk Questions Governor’s Spending, Transparency During Budget Impasse - 12/3/2015
Lawmakers gathered in Harrisburg to voice their dissatisfaction with the spending practices of the Wolf Administration during the protracted budget impasse. According to a report issued on Thursday, more than $30 Billion were spent in the first four months of the fiscal year, with only $4 Billion having been reported to the PennWATCH website, a portal which allows public scrutiny of all state government spending.
Rep. Klunk Urges Governor to Release Letters Allowing Businesses to Donate to EITC - 11/24/2015
Lawmakers called on the Governor to direct the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development to release letters that would allow Commonwealth businesses to contribute money to the Education Improvement Tax Credit Program(EITC) at a press conference held on Tuesday in Harrisburg. The EITC program directs more than $150 million annually to schools as a result of contributions made by Pennsylvania businesses. If schools cannot receive the funds by December 31, businesses will be ineligible to donate, and will look for other potential tax-deductible donations which don’t support children in the Commonwealth.
Rep. Klunk Comments on House Vote to Move Emergency Funding Bill to Governor’s Desk - 9/24/2015
In order to help struggling social services and school districts desperate for their subsidies during the current budget impasse, the Pennsylvania House sent an emergency funding package to the governor’s desk on Thursday. The bill includes approximately $11 Billion which represents funding for 1/3rd of the fiscal year – from July through October. The decision on whether or not to release funding for education and critical services now lies solely with Gov. Wolf, who has vowed to reject the funding in his quest for increased taxation on every Pennsylvanian.
Rep. Klunk to Join Sen. Alloway in Hosting a Military and Veterans Appreciation Day Event in Hanover - 9/15/2015
Rep. Kate Klunk (R-169) and state Sen. Richard Alloway II (R-33) will be hosting a Military and Veterans Appreciation Day event on Saturday, Sept. 26 in downtown Hanover. Rep. Klunk says this event will honor our veterans, active duty military personnel and their families, as well as provide important information about programs and services available for those who have served our country.
Klunk & Alloway to Host Military and Veterans Appreciation Day- PSA Available - 9/15/2015
In an effort to provide important information to area veterans and honor those who have faithfully served our country, Rep. Kate Klunk (R-169) and state Sen. Richard Alloway II (R-33) are hosting a Military and Veterans Appreciation Day on Saturday, Sept. 26, from 9 a.m. to noon in the rear parking lot of the Young Manor Office Building, 118 Carlisle St., Hanover. Veterans, active duty military personnel and their families are invited to attend. A prerecorded radio Public Service Announcement to promote this event is now available for use by local radio outlets.
Klunk Joins Members from York & Lancaster County to Blast Governor for Budget Delay, Continued Call for Tax Increases - 7/13/2015
House members from the York and Lancaster County Republican delegation called out Gov. Tom Wolf for his role in the current budget standoff during a news conference held Friday at the York County School of Technology. The event took place more than a week after Wolf vetoed a fiscally responsible spending plan for 2015-16 that actually increased school funding without need for tax increases, and his subsequent vetoes of both pension reform and liquor privatization legislation. Republican House members characterized the governor’s actions as counterproductive and said his vetoes of much needed reform bills indicate his preference to see state government continuing to do business as usual in Pennsylvania.Rep.Kate Klunk (R-York) commented at the event.