Office Locations 
District Office(s)
3950 Germantown Pike
Suite 101
Collegeville PA 19426
Phone: (610) 409-2615
FAX: (610) 409-2619

Capitol Office
153A East Wing
PO Box 202150
Harrisburg PA 17120-2150
Pnone: (717) 705-7164
Shawne Lemaster
FAX: (717) 782-2930

Latest News
COLLEGEVILLE – On Wednesday, State Rep. Michael Corr (R-Montgomery) voted for the balanced, timely state budget bill approved by the House that would fund the core functions of government and increase funding for education without raising or implementing new taxes.
COLLEGEVILLE – State Representative Michael Corr (R-Montgomery) today released the following statement regarding his intention to withdraw his candidacy for re-election:
Lawmaker also wants to limit candidates to running for one office at a time
HARRISBURG – In the wake of last month’s school shooting in Florida, and subsequent student walkouts and outcries for change, Rep. Michael Corr (R-Montgomery) is proposing the creation of a House select committee to perform a comprehensive investigation and deliver a detailed report with recommendations about how to prevent similar incidents in the future.
ROYERSFORD – Following the governor’s annual budget address delivered today to a joint session of the state House and Senate, Rep. Michael Corr (R-Montgomery) issued the following statement offering his own budget priorities as the Legislature begins work to craft a new state spending plan:
ROYERSFORD – State Rep. Michael Corr (R-Montgomery) and state Rep. Tom Quigley (R-Montgomery) today visited Pope John Paul II High School in Royersford, where they and Pennsylvania House Speaker Mike Turzai (R-Allegheny) highlighted the benefits enjoyed by students, parents, local businesses and schools that have used two popular education tax credit programs.
WHAT: An event highlighting the ways local students, parents, businesses and schools benefit from Pennsylvania’s Educational Improvement Tax Credit (EITC) program and Opportunity Scholarship Tax Credit program, and detailing the long-term successes of these initiatives.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Michael Corr (R-Montgomery) joined other state House Finance Committee members in a bipartisan vote today to approve legislation that would enact a severance tax on natural gas production in the Commonwealth. Revenues collected as a result of the tax would be deposited into the General Fund.
HARRISBURG – State taxpayer money shouldn’t be wasted by handing out welfare payments to dead people. That’s the sentiment behind a bill introduced by state Rep. Michael Corr (R-Montgomery).
HARRISBURG – State Rep. Michael Corr (R-Montgomery) today issued the following statement after voting for the state budget bill approved by the state House that now heads to the governor for his consideration:
HARRISBURG – State Rep. Michael Corr (R-Montgomery) this week was appointed to serve on a new House subcommittee tasked with reviewing the Commonwealth’s tax policies, identifying their effect on residents across Pennsylvania and recommending changes and improvements.
HARRISBURG – State Rep. Michael Corr (R-Montgomery) today voted in Harrisburg in favor of a comprehensive public pension reform bill approved by the state House that would reduce costs for taxpayers, provide competitive retirement benefits for future state workers and teachers, and secure the pension benefits of current public workers and retirees.
HARRISBURG – Rep. Michael Corr (R-Montgomery) today issued the following statement after voting for the state budget bill approved by the House and sent to the Senate for consideration:
HARRISBURG – State Rep. Michael Corr (R-Montgomery) today announced the residents in the five municipalities that are partially or totally inside the 150th Legislative District he represents will share more than $2.3 million in state funding for local road and bridge projects.
HARRISBURG – State Rep. Michael Corr (R-Montgomery) today issued the following statement after listening to Gov. Tom Wolf’s annual budget address, where the governor proposed his spending plan for the upcoming fiscal year beginning July 1.