Why I’m Running
We can’t sit back and watch our country burn down around us. We can’t stand on the sidelines anymore. A song that inspires me from Mathew West called “Do Something” repeats the quote “If not me, then who? If not now, then when?”
My wife Julie and I have been somewhat involved in politics since the 1990s in various capacities, …until 2020. In 2020 we watched unconstitutional mandates and lockdowns imposed across our country. We watched our cities being looted and burned as the police were told to stand down. We watched the fraud and corruption of the 2020 election caused mostly by the Act 77 “Mail-in Ballots”; the most corruptible form of voting ever used in the United States. Julie and I realized that we are losing our country, so we committed to do everything we can to save this great nation for our children and grandchildren.
So why run for State Representative?
The main reason: The election process is under the authority of the legislatures of the states. When we lose election integrity, we will lose all our freedoms.
EVERY Republican legislator in PA voted for Act 77 and very few have admitted that it was a mistake. Worse than that they passed HR 1300 which would have made things much worse if it didn’t get vetoed. Proving the saying: ‘You can’t leave those who created the problem in charge of the solution.’
As Lincoln said that we are “a government of the people, for the people, and by the people.” We the people were guaranteed by the Constitution to have the authority to run this country through our elected representatives. However, we were only given one method with which to wield that authority: our vote. If our legal votes are not counted, if they are disenfranchised by voter fraud, ‘this government of the people, for the people, and by the people’ will soon perish from the earth.
As your State Representative, I will make it my primary goal to eliminate all forms of voter fraud in Pennsylvania, starting with the repeal of Act 77.
– Steve Renz
My grandparents immigrated to America from Germany after WWI with little more than their luggage and a strong work ethic. They built a house in Mt. Washington and became Americans.
Two of their sons lived the American dream by starting a small contracting business that fed both their large families. The youngest of seven children, I grew up in the house my father built, knowing that if you worked hard enough in America you can be successful.
I have worked hard my whole life from morning paperboy, car washer, shipping clerk, machinist, and ductwork fabricator, to 28 years in the Commercial/Industrial Refrigeration trade, 20 of which as a Steamfitters Local #449 Journeyman.
Hired as a Project Manager in a global corporation in 2011, I was promoted to Key Account Manager within two years.
Before moving to Washington County 20 years ago, I spent four years serving on the Brentwood School Board. During which time I acted as each the Chairman of Negotiations, Vice President, and President.
We successfully negotiated a Support Personnel contract, a Teacher’s contract, and renovated our three school buildings.
In 2001, with help from friends and family, I was able to build my own house in Peters Township and raised my three children here. I currently serve as vice-chair of the Republican Party of Peters Township.
I want to step up now to serve my country, in an hour of its deepest need, by being a voice for “We the people” in the PA legislature. We have elected too many career politicians to represent us, and they have all led us into this mess. It’s going to take hard work and common sense to get us out of it, and those are two things that God has blessed me with.
It would be my honor to serve as your State Representative.