I am humbled and ready to serve House District 22, which includes portions of Kosciusko and Elkhart counties, in the Indiana General Assembly. I will work to address the most important issues facing Hoosier families in our community.
As your State Representative, I'm committed to reducing the size and scope of government on behalf of Hoosier taxpayers.
In addition, I would also like to encourage all students to consider applying for the Indiana House Page program. This is an excellent opportunity for students to visit the Statehouse and experience government firsthand. For more information, click here or call 800-382-9841.
I would like your feedback on issues most important to you. Please help me best represent you and the needs of our community by contacting me with questions, comments or ideas.
House District 22
Indiana House of Representatives: 2014-Present
House District 22: Portions of Kosciusko and Elkhart counties
Occupation: Owner and operator of C-Tech Solutions, Inc.
State Rep. Curt Nisly was elected to the Indiana House of Representatives in 2014.
Nisly owns C-Tech Solutions, Inc., a small business specializing in sheet metal product development and data-driven applications. He is committed to promoting small businesses and helping hard working Hoosier families. By managing Indiana’s finances responsibly, lawmakers promote a business environment conducive to job growth and economic development in Indiana.
Nisly and his wife, Mary, have been married for 24 years and have four children. In his spare time, he enjoys running and has participated in several half marathons. He and his family also hike together and enjoy exploring the outdoors and natural beauty that Indiana has to offer.
House District 22: Portions of Kosciusko and Elkhart counties
STATEHOUSE (April 1, 2019) — Amish Acres in Nappanee and Wawasee Boat Company in Syracuse recently received the Governor’s Half Century Business Award, according to State Rep. Curt Nisly (R-Milford).
The game of football is a good analogy for mechanics of our legislative session. The last week of February was “halftime.” Now that we are in the second half of the legislative session, the House is looking at bills that made it through the Senate, while the Senate is working on bills that made it through the House.
Recently, lawmakers finished the first half of the 2019 legislative session. Hundreds of bills were submitted in the Indiana House for consideration, but only a small number of those advanced to the Senate. Of all of the bills discussed in the House, the one I want to focus on is the state budget.
STATEHOUSE (March 13, 2019) — A Warsaw Community High School graduate is gaining experience as an intern with State Rep. Curt Nisly (R-Milford) and his fellow members of the House of Representatives during the 2019 legislative session.
Suppose the Indiana General Assembly closed its doors and disassembled. Suppose Gov. Holcomb turned to Washington, D.C., for approval of state spending. Would you be a happy Hoosier?
STATEHOUSE (Feb. 21, 2019) – State Rep. Curt Nisly (R-Milford) recently welcomed NorthWood Middle School students to the Statehouse.
Recently, I highlighted several of what some may consider important bills moving through the legislature, including those on protecting life at conception and establishing hate crimes. While these are the issues that garner the most attention, I also authored bills on four issues that I would like you to know about.
Last week, I started a discussion on a topic that is buzzing around the Statehouse: does Indiana need a hate crimes law? I stated that I opposed this notion, and this week, I will be explaining two House bills and why I am opposed to both of them.
I do not know how many times I have told my kids, “Just because everyone else does it, does not mean you have to.” Sound familiar? This is a common Hoosier parenting principle.
It is my privilege to serve the people of Indiana House District 22. I am proud of our district and what we contribute to the State of Indiana.
STATEHOUSE (Dec. 20, 2018) – State Rep. Curt Nisly (R-Milford) encourages students who want to learn more about state government to participate in the Indiana House Page Program during the 2019 legislative session.
STATEHOUSE (Dec. 10, 2018) — State Rep. Curt Nisly (R-Goshen) was recently selected to serve on three House committees.
STATEHOUSE (July 30, 2018) – Indiana House Republicans are now accepting internship applications for the 2019 legislative session, which begins in January, according to State Rep. Curt Nisly (R-Goshen).
STATEHOUSE (April 13, 2018) — A local business on Wednesday at the Statehouse received the Governor’s Half Century Business Award for its contributions to the community, according to State Rep. Curt Nisly (R-Goshen).
STATEHOUSE (March 19, 2018) — State Rep. Curt Nisly (R-Goshen) recently welcomed student pages to the Statehouse.
STATEHOUSE (Feb. 5, 2018) — State Rep. Curt Nisly (R-Goshen) recently welcomed student pages to the Statehouse.
As a House page, these participants toured government offices, helped staff with daily duties and joined Nisly on the House floor during the legislative session:
STATEHOUSE (Jan. 11, 2018) — Applications are open for students interested in participating in the Indiana House Page Program during the 2018 legislative session, according to State Rep. Curt Nisly (R-Goshen).
As we have finally turned the calendar over to 2018, it is time for the General Assembly to start a new legislative session.
STATEHOUSE (March 27, 2017) — Local lawmakers today at the Statehouse honored the Association for the Disabled of Elkhart County for its dedication to Hoosiers with disabilities.
STATEHOUSE (March 7, 2017) – Area legislators laced up their sneakers with their suits today at the Statehouse to help raise cancer awareness.
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