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Jeremy Shaffer

StatePennsylvania
District17
StatusChallenger
Websitehttps://jeremyshaffer.com/

Jeremy Shaffer is a proven leader in business and our community. He stands for small, efficient government that defends our freedoms and provides opportunities for all. Jeremy married his high school classmate and prom date Stacey. They have been blessed with five children born and raised in Western Pennsylvania. Jeremy is passionate about working to make our community and country even better. Jeremy earned a Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Carnegie Mellon while his wife, Stacey, completed her Medical Residency and Fellowship at the University of Pittsburgh.

A problem-solver and entrepreneur at heart, while in school, he co-founded a company committed to developing software to improve our roads and bridges. As a successful small business owner, Jeremy understands the importance and challenges in dealing with government regulations and taxes while growing revenue and managing personnel.

As a Ross Township Commissioner and Board President, Jeremy was a conservative voice that fought for taxpayers, led the fight for reforms, and opposed big-government policies. Jeremy has also served his community as a Northland Library Foundation Board Member, coach on numerous youth sports teams, and as an elder and a deacon at church.


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Young Gun   

Jeremy Shaffer

StatePennsylvania
District17
StatusChallenger
Websitehttps://jeremyshaffer.com/

Jeremy Shaffer is a proven leader in business and our community. He stands for small, efficient government that defends our freedoms and provides opportunities for all. Jeremy married his high school classmate and prom date Stacey. They have been blessed with five children born and raised in Western Pennsylvania. Jeremy is passionate about working to make our community and country even better. Jeremy earned a Ph.D. in Electrical and Computer Engineering from Carnegie Mellon while his wife, Stacey, completed her Medical Residency and Fellowship at the University of Pittsburgh.

A problem-solver and entrepreneur at heart, while in school, he co-founded a company committed to developing software to improve our roads and bridges. As a successful small business owner, Jeremy understands the importance and challenges in dealing with government regulations and taxes while growing revenue and managing personnel.

As a Ross Township Commissioner and Board President, Jeremy was a conservative voice that fought for taxpayers, led the fight for reforms, and opposed big-government policies. Jeremy has also served his community as a Northland Library Foundation Board Member, coach on numerous youth sports teams, and as an elder and a deacon at church.


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