Steve Scheetz

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Steve Scheetz
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Chair
Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania
March 2019—
Successor: Incumbent
Personal Details
Birth: (1970-06-24) June 24, 1970 (age 51)
Lakeland, Florida
Military: Veteran
Occupation: Chemist
Residence: Langhorne, Pennsylvania
Party: Libertarian
Media
Website: http://scheetzforsenatel.com
Facebook: Facebook
Twitter: Twitter
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Steve Scheetz is a Libertarian from Langhorne, Pennsylvania.

Work in Pennsylvania

  • 2009 - 2015 Chairman of the Montgomery County Libertarian Committee
  • 2013 - Elected Chairman of the Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania (LPPA)
  • 2014 - Re-elected
  • 2015 - Stepped Down as State Party Chair
  • 2019 - Appointed to LPPA Finance Committee Chair
  • 2019 - Served on the LPPA Bylaws Committee
  • 2019 - Elected to Chairman of the Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania [1]
  • 2020 - served on the LPPA Bylaws Committee
  • 2020 - Re-elected to Chairman of the Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania [2]
  • Earlier in 2019 - Appointed to LPPA Finance Committee Chair
  • Joined up and Chaired the LPPA Bylaws Committee
  • Served on the committee to draft a contract for a paid Executive Director position
  • 2021 - Stepped down from being chair and began setting up a US Senate Campaign while helping with the Moulton Maneuver.

Best Showing as a Candidate for Office

  • 2018 Having been the first Libertarian to achieve the ballot in 14 years, was thrown off the ballot and ran a write-in campaign.

Endorsements

  • Firearm Owners Against Crime (FOAC)
  • The Bucks County Conservative Republican Committee

Work with National Committees

  • 2014, 2016, and 2020 - Delegation Chair for the Pennsylvania Delegation to the National Convention in Columbus, Orlando, and Austin
  • 2018 - Pennsylvania delegate in New Orleans
  • On November 23 2017, Scheetz declared his candidacy for LNC Vice-Chair.[3]
  • 2018 - Appointed by regional state chairs to become Alternate Regional Rep for Region 5 to the LNC
  • 2018 - Worked on the Platform Committee

References