Contact Information 

District Offices
DuBois Area Plaza, Suite 10
1221 East DuBois Avenue
DuBois, PA 15801
Phone: 814-375-4688
Fax: 814-375-5955

53 South St. Marys Street
Suite 2
St. Marys, PA 15857
Phone: 814-781-6301
Fax: 814-781-7213

315 East Market Street
Suite 100
Clearfield, PA 16830
Phone: 814-765-0593
Fax: 814-765-0592

Capitol Office
Room 210, Ryan Office Building
PO Box 202075
Harrisburg PA 17120-2075
Phone: (717) 260-6142
Fax: (717) 782-2906

My Audio Updates
Here you will find audio clips about important events that have taken place during the current and past Legislative Sessions.
Gabler 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.
Rep. Gabler’s Bill to Modernize PA Hunting Regulations Signed into Law - 11/21/2016
Legislation that could clear the way for Pennsylvania hunters to use semi-automatic firearms and air or gas powered rifles for certain types of hunting was signed into law this week by the governor. Prime sponsor Rep. Matt Gabler (R-Clearfield & Elk) said the new law would allow the Game Commission to rewrite and modernize outmoded hunting regulations and bring Pennsylvania into step with the hunting practices of many other states.
Rep. Gabler’s Student Protection Act Awaiting Governor’s Signature - 10/28/2016
Legislation to protect Pennsylvania students now attending many career and technical schools that were accredited by an agency that could lose federal recognition is now awaiting action by the governor to become law. Prime sponsor of House Bill 2338, Rep. Matt Gabler (R-Clearfield & Elk) said recent rulings by the US Department of Education put many of the students at career and technical schools in direct jeopardy of losing their financial aid and eligibility for professional licenses. Gabler said he was pleased lawmakers worked together to find a solution, so these students will be able to continue pursuing their career goals without having their lifes interrupted by the decisions of bureaucrats from Washington.
Rep. Gabler’s Bill to Modernize PA Hunting Regulations Awaiting Governor’s Signature to Become Law - 10/28/2016
Legislation that would allow for the use of semi-automatic firearms and air or gas powered rifles for certain hunting applications was approved this week by the General Assembly and is now on the governor’s desk for his signature. Prime sponsor Rep. Matt Gabler (R-Clearfield & Elk) said provisions of the bill would allow the Game Commission to modernize hunting regulations and bring Pennsylvania into step with the hunting practices in many other states.
Rep. Matt Gabler Legislative Radio Report/Podcast - 6/24/2016
A new Legislative Report Program-Podcast with Representative Matt Gabler (R-Clearfield & Elk) is now available on the House Republican Radio News Service. You may use this brief public affairs report in its entirety or edit it down for actualities to use in your state government news coverage.
Rep. Matt Gabler Legislative Radio Report/Podcast - 6/9/2016
A new Legislative Report Program-Podcast with Representative Matt Gabler (R-Clearfield & Elk) is now available on the House Republican Radio News Service. You may use this brief public affairs report in its entirety or edit it down for actualities to use in your state government news coverage.
Rep. Gabler Joins 2nd Amendment Supporters at State Capitol Rally - 5/24/2016
Gun owners from across the Commonwealth as well as pro-Second Amendment state lawmakers joined together in the state capitol rotunda on Tuesday for the Rally to Protect Your Right to Keep and Bear Arms. For ten years the annual grassroots event has highlighted Second Amendment rights and served as a platform for citizens to lobby for the passage of legislation to protect the firearms rights of Pennsylvania citizens. Comments are available from Rep. Matt Gabler (R-Elk, Clearfield), who was among the featured speakers at the event.
Rep. Gabler Votes to Reverse Wolf’s Cuts to Education - 4/14/2016
The Pennsylvania House has passed new fiscal code legislation, restoring funding for more than 400 school districts whose appropriation was cut by the Governor, and bringing an end to the protracted 2015/16 budget cycle. House Bill 1589, which was approved by a veto-proof bipartisan vote of 149-45, will use the equitable funding formula which was unanimously approved by the Education Funding Commission to distribute money to schools in the Commonwealth.
Rep. Gabler Comments on House Passage of 2015-16 Supplemental Budget Funding - 3/16/2016
Lawmakers took action Wednesday in the state capitol to provide essential funding for the remainder of the 2015/2016 state budget. The current year’s fiscal plan remains unresolved due to the Governor’s line-item vetoes of more than $6 billion for basic and higher education, as well as money for the Department of Corrections and agriculture programs. The House and Senate put forth the supplemental budget legislation to address funding holes created by the Governor’s vetoes and restore state funding for these programs. The funding bill approved today provides for a 200 million dollar increase for basic education, a 5 percent increase for higher education, and ensures that no schools will close in the Commonwealth. Rep. Matt Gabler (R-Clearfield & Elk) said it is well past time to complete the state budget and hopes the governor will sign the bill so the General Assembly can get to work on next year’s spending plan.
Gabler Opposes Gov. Wolf’s Tax Increase Proposals - 3/10/2016
House Republican lawmakers from northern Pennsylvania are speaking out in opposition to Gov. Tom Wolf’s demand for massive tax increases, including an increase to the Personal Income Tax as part of his annual budget proposal. That 11 percent tax increase would be retroactive to Jan. 1, 2016 and amount to an annual tax hike of $2.7 billion. Speaking at a small business in Clearfield County on Thursday, legislators said Wolf’s proposal for extensive tax hikes is being opposed by a large majority of Pennsylvanians – working families, senior citizens and small business owners. House Republicans also called on Wolf to release education funds to prevent the closure of public schools in the state. Wolf cut $3 billion in basic education funding as part of his partial veto of the House-passed budget. The lawmakers said the governor should work with the Legislature to develop solutions that keep the state operating without resorting to broad-based tax increases.