July 15 update: Meet our wonderful ‘Office Mom’ volunteer

(Jul 15, 2021)

Plus, I'm hosting a Policy Committee hearing on July 19, the latest local traffic and unemployment compensation updates, and a community coming together to help those in need. Read more


July 9 update: Chill out … It’s summertime!

(Jul 09, 2021)

Plus traffic updates, a Senior Fair reminder, and news from around Montco. Read more


July 1 update: Happy Fourth of July Weekend!

(Jul 01, 2021)

This weekend, I hope that you will join me in recommitting ourselves to a year where we strive for that more perfect union of equality and the protection of unalienable rights for all. Read more


Housing Resource Guide for Montgomery County

(Jun 29, 2021)

Find eviction and rental assistance, homelessness assistance, foreclosure and mortgage assistance, housing support for domestic violence victims, and much more. Read more


Nelson: H.B. 1300 Built on False Narrative

(Jun 28, 2021)

The courts proved again and again that the November 2020 election was fair and secure, and Nelson wants to work in a bipartisan fashion to address genuine improvements to election operations. Read more


June 25 update: Let My Office Be Your Safety Net

(Jun 25, 2021)

Plus a review of the state budget vote, an important traffic update, job opportunities, and a reminder to get outside this weekend. Read more


Nelson: There are No Monsters in Election System

(Jun 24, 2021)

Pa. state Rep. Napoleon Nelson says the election system lacks trust, but that's because false accusations of voter fraud eroded that trust. H.B. 1300, therefore, seeks to correct a problem that doesn't exist. He wants to work collaboratively on bipartisan legislation that would improve the election process in our commonwealth, which did not happen with this bill. Read more


June 17 update: Celebrating Pride, and standing with LGBTQ+ People

(Jun 17, 2021)

Plus updates on how I voted this week, local events and opportunities, and celebrating the Cheltenham Township PD. Read more


June 11 update: A crisis of competence

(Jun 11, 2021)

I will generously describe the end of the disaster declaration as a well-intentioned step into an uncertain reality. However, it is over, and the entirety of the state government and the 258 elected officials in the legislature, including executive and state row offices, will dedicate ourselves to the task of guiding Pennsylvania forward. Read more


Pennsylvania legislators have a new Emerging Technologies Caucus to boost tech innovation

(Jun 09, 2021)

Montco Rep. Napoleon Nelson said he aims for the caucus to keep legislators updated on the latest policy and regulatory developments in the tech sector, and to support entrepreneurs in the state. Read more


June 3 update: Seeking a budget that works for EVERYONE

(Jun 03, 2021)

Plus announcing a free shredding event, local programs and announcements, UC goes offline temporarily, and we add notary services to our office. Read more


Nelson establishes Emerging Technologies Caucus to help legislature keep pace with rapid tech growth

(Jun 03, 2021)

The purpose, Nelson said, would be to have members of the PA House of Representatives follow the latest policy and regulatory developments, educate members and committees, and develop and pass legislation that advances tech innovation while supporting responsible growth for these new markets. Read more


May 28 update: My experience with unemployment compensation

(May 28, 2021)

Weekly email also recognizes Memorial Day, details how I voted, updates local traffic, and roots on the 76ers. Read more


Nelson: Police Reform is Only Part of the Equation

(May 26, 2021)

On the anniversary of the murder of George Floyd at the hands of police, Pa. state Rep. Napoleon Nelson challenges his fellow Pennsylvanians to continue the fight for racial justice and equality. Read more


Nelson: Renewing the Call for Racial Justice

(May 25, 2021)

Pa. state Rep. Napoleon Nelson reflects on the last year since George Floyd was murdered, noting that when justice is ripped away from others, we feel it in our bones. He talks about the need to do everything that’s possible to make sure this Commonwealth and country moves further towards true justice and equality. Read more


May 21 update: Let’s talk about how YOU voted

(May 21, 2021)

Plus this week's email addresses various questions from constituents, provides COVID-19 vaccine updates, and spotlights a local Girl Scouts superstar. Read more


May 13 update: Meet Christina, Constituent Services Advisor

(May 13, 2021)

Weekly email also announces my district office reopening, the latest COVID-19 updates, news on an upcoming UC system upgrade, and more. Read more


May 7 update: Confused about mail-in ballot applications? Read this.

(May 07, 2021)

Weekly email also recaps some key votes from this week and provides updates on COVID mitigation and vaccine. Read more


Preparing for the four Primary ballot questions

(May 04, 2021)

Three of the four questions are proposed constitutional amendments. The fourth is a statewide referendum. The Department of State provides a thorough explanation of each question, including the exact wording. Read more


April 30 update: Meet the constituent services advisor with colorful hair and cool kicks

(Apr 30, 2021)

Email also highlights homebound vaccination options, sexual abuse and alcohol awareness, and an update on REAL ID. Read more