Contact Information 

District Offices
2090 Linglestown Rd.
Suite 100
Harrisburg, PA 17110
Phone:  (717) 651-0100
Fax:  (717) 651-0801

260 Market St.
Millersburg, PA 17061
Phone: (717) 692-0833
Fax: (717) 692-7071

Mobile Office hours at East Hanover Township Building, Dauphin County, available by appointment.

Capitol Office
420 Irvis Office Building
Capitol Complex
PO Box 202104
Harrisburg, PA 17120
Ph: 717-787-1230
Fax: 717-787-7375

E-Mail: 
shelm@pahousegop.com

My Audio Updates
Here you will find audio clips about important events that have taken place during the current and past Legislative Sessions.
Helm Co-Sponsors Bill Creating a First-Time Home Buyer Savings Account for PA Citizens - 5/1/2018
Legislation that would establish a First-Time Home Buyer Savings Account Program was the topic of a news conference held Tuesday in the state capitol. House Bill 1981 would allow qualified Pennsylvania citizens to set aside savings, which may be used as a deduction on state income tax toward the eligible costs of purchasing a first home. Under the proposal, first-time home buyers could contribute a total of $50,000 over a 10-year time period toward purchase of a home. Rep. Sue Helm (R-Dauphin/Lebanon), a realtor and co-sponsor of the legislation, said this measure would go a long way to help first time home purchasers, who often struggle for years to save enough money to make a down payment on their first home.
Rep. Helm Comments on Website Seeking Budget Suggestions - 3/8/2017
A new website designed to encourage state employees to suggest ways the Commonwealth could achieve budget savings was unveiled in Harrisburg on Wednesday by the House Appropriations Committee. The State Employees Achieving Savings website will ask state employees to voice their strategies to streamline state agencies and achieve greater efficiency in government.
Helm Comments on Governor's Budget Address - 2/7/2017
Governor Tom Wolf delivered his annual budget address before a joint session of Pennsylvania’s House and Senate on Tuesday in Harrisburg. The Governor proposed a $32.3 billion spending plan with no new major taxes for the upcoming fiscal year. House Republicans were encouraged by the Governor’s decision to work with lawmakers to explore several cost-saving measures in order to balance the budget.
Helm Comments on Opioid Crisis in PA - 9/29/2016
On Wednesday, Gov. Tom Wolf spoke before a joint session of the General Assembly about Pennsylvania’s ongoing opioid and heroin abuse crisis, calling for the legislature to address access and abuse of the drugs, from prescription to disposal.
Rep. Helm Comments on Sales of Wine in Grocery Stores - 9/1/2016
Legislation allowing the sale of wine and beer at grocery stores recently took effect in Pennsylvania allowing local stores to offer the convenience of food and alcohol purchases in one place. Thanks to the new law, sponsored by House Speaker Mike Turzai (R-Allegheny), Pennsylvania has taken the first steps in moving toward a privatized system for the sale of wine and liquor in the Commonwealth. Several local lawmakers were joined by Governor Wolf at a Wegmans store in Mechanicsburg on mark the beginning of private wine sales in the state.
Rep. Helm Supports 2016-17 Budget Revenue Package - 7/13/2016
Rep. Sue Helm (R-Dauphin/Lebanon) today joined a bipartisan majority of her House colleagues in passing a revenue package and other budget-related bills to complete the state budget for Fiscal Year 2016-17. The $31.5 billion spending plan includes $660 million more for PreK-12 education without the need for any new or increased broad-based income or sales taxes. Rep. Helm said passage of these final bills will complete the budget process and ensure schools and state supported agencies will receive the necessary funding.
Rep. Helm 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. Helm Comments on House Vote to Approve a Balanced, Responsible Budget - 12/8/2015
The Pennsylvania House approved a balanced state budget on Tuesday that would fund state programs and services and increase financial support for schools, without requiring a broad-based tax increase. The $30.2 billion budget bill would hold the increase in state spending to 3.7 percent, compared to the 16 percent increase initially proposed by Governor Wolf. House lawmakers said the spending plan approved Tuesday will provide for the prudent funding of the core functions of state government without the steep tax increases proposed by the governor last March.
Rep. Helm Comments on Defeat of the Governor’s Tax Increase Plan - 10/7/2015
The Pennsylvania House voted to defeat the Governor’s tax increase proposal Wednesday in Harrisburg. The latest version of the tax legislation would have increased the personal income taxes by 16 percent, from 3.07 percent to 3.57 percent, and would have levied one of the highest tax rates on the production of natural gas in the nation. House Republicans overwhelmingly voted against the Governor’s tax plan and called for action on a state budget that will balance without increasing the burden on hard-working Pennsylvanians. Rep. Sue Helm (R-Dauphin & Lebanon) offered the following comments following the vote on the bill.
House Local Government Committee Holds Hearing on Rep. Helm’s Bill to Pre-empt Municipal Student Housing Ordinances - 7/20/2015
The House Local Government Committee held a public hearing Monday in West Chester on legislation to pre-empt municipal ordinances that prohibit students or unrelated individuals from renting homes and apartments. House Bill 809, sponsored by Rep. Sue Helm (R-Dauphin & Lebanon), is aimed at doing away with laws now on the books in many college towns that discriminate against students by limiting their off campus housing opportunities. Rep. Helm testified at the hearing on the purpose of her legislation.