HARRISBURG, Pa. — State Rep. Torren Ecker, a Republican, is running for his third term in the Pennsylvania House of Representatives. He represents the 193rd Legislative District, which covers parts of Adams and Cumberland counties.
He is running unopposed.
Ecker was first elected in 2018 after defeating Democratic-challenger, Matthew Nelson. He secured his first re-election bid after running unopposed in 2020.
Upon graduating from Spring Grove Area High School, Ecker enrolled at George Mason University, becoming a first-generation college student in his family. He returned to Pennsylvania to start his career after getting his law degree from Western Michigan University.
During his time in the PA Capitol, Ecker has served on the House Labor & Industry Committee, House Judiciary Committee, House Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness Committee, and Children & Youth Committee. He also served as Secretary of the House Game & Fisheries Committee, and Subcommittee Chair on Criminal Justice on the House Appropriations Committee.