Meet the Candidate
Running For:Representative in Congress
Occupation:Software Engineer. Business Founder & Entrepreneur.
Education: (click to expand)
Carnegie Mellon University (Ph.D. and Master’s Degrees in Electrical and Computer Engineering National Science and Defense Fellowship-U.S. Navy). Tulane University (Bachelors’ Degrees in Computer Science and Computer Engineering – Valedictorian of Engineering School).
Biographical Info: (click to expand)
My name is Jeremy Shaffer – I live in Gibsonia with my wife Stacey and our five children. I am a problem-solver and entrepreneur at heart, while earning my Ph.D. in Electrical & Computer Engineering at Carnegie Mellon, I co-founded a company committed to improving our crumbling roads and bridges. As a successful small business owner, I understand the importance and challenges of dealing with government regulations and taxes while growing revenue and managing personnel. As a Ross Township Commissioner and Board President, I was a conservative voice that fought for taxpayers, led the fight for common-sense reforms that saved taxpayers money while improving public services for all residents. Giving back to the community is at the core of my character from coaching youth sports to serving in my church. As a Commissioner, I earned the reputation of working relentlessly on behalf of my constituents. I will bring that same passion to serving you in Washington D.C.!
Why are you running for office? (click to expand)
Rising from having nothing to starting a successful company and creating 35 high-paying jobs, I have been blessed to live the American Dream - but today that Dream is under attack. The hope of millions is being torn asunder by a stark failure of leadership causing crippling fear, rapidly rising inflation, and violations of individual rights bowing to the cancel culture of the radical left. I'm running for Congress to preserve the American Dream for our children and future generations. As your Congressman I will fight for you, this region, and our great Country. I do want to hear what issues are most important to you as well as ideas you might have. Please reach out to me via email ([email protected]) and sign up for updates on our website (www.JeremyShaffer.com), and I hope to meet you on the campaign trail!
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|1. Should government-run healthcare be provided to every American?||N|
|2. Should experiments using tissue obtained from aborted babies be prohibited?||Y|
|3. Should the President nominate Supreme Court justices that adhere to the original meaning of the Constitution?||Y|
|4. Should education funding be directed to families through a voucher, scholarship, or education savings account so that parents can send their children to the school of their choice, including non-public schools?||Y*||My family is the poster child of school choice with two children in public school, two children in homeschool, and one child in Christian school. I believe strongly that parents should be the ones deciding what's best for their individual children.|
|5. Should Congress pass the Equality Act - which would require individuals and businesses to provide services or use their artistic expression in ways that violate their moral or religious beliefs?||N|
|6. Should Planned Parenthood and other organizations that perform or refer for abortions receive federal funds?||N|
|7. Should Congress enact additional limits on elective abortions?||Y|
|8. Should the federal government take further steps to block border crossings from undocumented migrants?||Y|
|9. Should the federal government pursue energy independence through projects like the Keystone Pipeline?||Y|
|10. Should the federal government have the power to impose a vaccine mandate on individuals and private businesses?||N|
|11. Should federal law require public schools to allow males who identify as females to compete in girls’ sports?||N|
|12. Should Congress pass the For the People Act, which would federalize election law?||N|