Delaware County Libertarian Committee
Dave has been a Libertarian for most of his life. As a former state chair, current county chair and candidate for numerous offices, Dave has promoted the principles of liberty within his community.
Dale Kerns has been the Vice Chairman of the Delaware County Libertarian Committee since 2016. Kerns has lived most of his life in Delaware County and now resides in Ridley Township with his wife Nicole and their daughters, Hailey and Sophia. As a graduate of Ridley High School, Widener University and a product of Young Americans for Liberty, he found his niche in politics and has worked on several campaigns on both the local and national level. He is the former Councilman in Eddystone Borough, a candidate for Delegate to the Republican National Convention for Ron Paul and the former Vice Chairman of the Pennsylvania Republican Liberty Caucus. Dale Kerns has always been an advocate for Liberty. He now has found a home within the Libertarian Party where he fights to grow the party and advance Liberty.
Matt Wallace is a lifetime resident of Delaware County, Pennsylvania and is currently the Treasurer of the Delaware County Libertarian Committee. He is a leader of the "Fight for Zero" movement, a group that is strongly opposed to minimum wage laws. Matt joined the Libertarian party in 2006 after discovering Ron Paul. He has owned and operated a gas station/auto repair business in Bryn Mawr for the past 14 years and has six years experience working in the private security industry. Matt is also an accomplished musician and mixed martial artist and enjoys power lifting in his free time. He graduated from Haverford High School where he was a standout pitcher on the school's baseball team. Matt and his wife, Stacey, live in Drexel hill with their dog Sadie. "Freedom isn't something that can be granted to you by the government, it's what happens when the government gets out of the way"
A central Pennsylvania native and current resident of Nether Providence Township, Delaware County, Drew left the GOP for the Libertarian Party 2012. In late 2015 he began attending DELCO Libertarian Committee meetings and is now the Committee Secretary. Drew joined the Libertarian Party because of his belief in limited government and the inherent right of all people to live their lives as they see fit so long as the rights of others are not infringed. In his free time Drew likes traveling, fine food & wine, reading and spending time with friends and family.