Meet Rep. Jack Rader

State Rep. Jack Rader represents the 176th Legislative District in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, serving parts of Monroe County.

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How Can My Office Serve You?

My staff will be happy to help you with state-related issues. A few services offered include car registrations; driver’s license renewal and special tags; property tax/rent rebate applications; birth certificate and death record applications; and much more.

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Monroe County Property Tax Assessment - Important Info

I've put together information about the steps Monroe County property owners can take in response to property tax assessment situation as well as the actions I am taking as your state representative.

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The 176th District is comprised of part of MONROE County consisting of the TOWNSHIPS of Chestnuthill, Eldred, Jackson, Pocono, Polk, Tobyhanna and Tunkhannock and the BOROUGH of Mount Pocono.

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Get the details on events that Rep. Jack Rader is holding in the 176th Legislative district.

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An American Legion service officer is available once a month in my district office.

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Latest News

Rader to Host Shredding/Cleanup Event Oct. 1

Sep. 20, 2022 /

BLAKESLEE – In an effort to help residents with the disposal of personal documents and certain other items, Rep. Jack Rader (R-Monroe) is hosting a shredding/cleanup event at Pocono Raceway in Long Pond on Saturday, Oct. 1, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The free service is for Monroe County residents only.

Rader to Host Concealed Carry Seminar Sept. 22

Sep. 01, 2022 /

BLAKESLEE – In his continuing effort to better inform area gun owners regarding Pennsylvania’s firearm laws, Rep. Jack Rader (R-Monroe) is hosting a concealed carry seminar on Thursday, Sept. 22, in Long Pond.

Rader Supports State Budget that Saves, Returns and Invests

Jul. 08, 2022 /

HARRISBURG – Rep. Jack Rader (R-Monroe) joined a bipartisan majority of his House colleagues in passing the 2022-23 state budget bill. The $42.8 billion spending plan increases education funding to an all-time high while making a sizable deposit into Pennsylvania’s Rainy Day Fund that will help offset the impact of future economic downturns.

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