Steve Scheetz for Congress in Pennsylvania District 1

During the RNC and the DNC convention in 2016, I met some pissed off delegates.  The common theme had to do with their candidate not being treated fairly, and as such, they were not only being unrepresented, but their beliefs were handled in a way that they were not even important enough to be considered. 

This past election cycle, many people voted in favor of a person to represent the interests of the people living in the first district to congress here in Pennsylvania’s Bucks and Montgomery County.  In 2018, I met a large number of people during my run, and what I found, was that I was not talking to Republicans, Democrats, Libertarians or Greens, I was talking to people with families.  Heartened to the belief that we all want the best for our families, we want to improve our homes, our towns, and while we may have different ideas as to what is most important to work on first, or different ideas as to how to fix certain specific problems, but we can all agree that we want to be more free to live our lives, and no matter which philosophical background one comes from, we can all pick issues where we do not want government solutions to be applied.

My goal is to change everything about the way issues are being framed.  If the only solution involves how much more government we need to solve a problem government created, then we need to discuss alternatives!

I know that we will be able to find those issues where we can all come together and tell the powers that be that we no longer need the input of a bureaucracy that is too disconnected to determine what it is that we need in our district.  There is a great deal of work to be done, and we cannot afford to trust someone else to make it happen.  Come work with me and let’s make our home the best it can be!

2 thoughts on “Steve Scheetz for Congress in Pennsylvania District 1”

  1. I’ve been trying to find your stances on some issues but they don’t seem to be clear. Where do you stand on gun control?

    1. My stance is that people have the right to defend themselves and their property by whatever tool they deem necessary. It is not my business, nor is it the business of government to tell anyone what type of weapon they need or are allowed to purchase.

      This being said, I connect people with Organizations like Firearm Owners Against Crime, Gun Clubs, Gun Shops, and ranges to help ensure that the people purchasing a firearm know how to use it effectively and safely. However, whatever arrangements made would be up to the people, and the groups I previously mentioned to set up some type of training program.

      If you are familiar with the Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania, I am the Chairman, and while I received the nomination to run, I have not started petitioning because 3rd party candidates are not permitted until mid-February to begin that process. In the meantime, I have been working on our convention Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania Convention 2020 . I most likely will wait until after the convention to begin petitioning, because we will not select our electors until that convention, and we will also be nominating state wide candidates.

      Regardless, I hope you take a look, and I am also hopeful that you will join us in Philly and learn more about the Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania.

      On a side note, my website has done a major overhaul, and many of the older policy statements did not make the migration. It will be updated as we move past this convention into the campaign season! Hope this helps.


      Steve Scheetz

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