Delaware County Libertarian Committee
Libertarians strongly oppose any government interference into their personal, family, and business decisions.
Essentially, we believe all Americans should be free to live their lives and pursue their interests as they see fit as long as they do no harm to another.
Delaware County Libertarians on the Ballot
July 29, 2018
On Friday August 29th two Delaware County Libertarians submitted more than twice the required signatures to be placed on the ballot this November. W. David Medina of Ridley Township filed for Representative in the General Assembly for the 162nd . Dale Kerns Jr of Ridley Township filed for United States Senator. The two Libertarian candidates are committed to being fiscally responsible, supporting civil liberties, and promoting free market - smaller government principles. The candidates have until August 1st to add to their already abundant signature total.
W. David Medina is a resident of Ridley Township and has worked with Special Needs families in his own business for 19 years. His wife, Maria, works for DowDupont in Wilmington, Delaware and his two daughters have attended Leedom Elementary School. His oldest daughter has also attended Ridley Middle School and Ridley High School. His daughters have played soccer for Ridley United Soccer Club. A dedicated family man, Medina is committed to improving the quality of life for Delaware County families through job creation, economic development and reducing wasteful government spending. Medina is an Honors Graduate of the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania and a Best Selling Author. More info can be found at www.facebook.com/MedinaForHouse
Dale Kerns Jr. is a resident of Ridley Township and has worked in the construction industry since he was a teenager. Dale Kerns is a Project Manager for the Tri-M Group of Kennett Square, and a Board of Directors Member for the Goodwill of Delaware and Delaware County. His wife Nicole is an Interventional Radiological Technician at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia. They reside with their two daughters Hailey & Sophia and their German Shepherd Luke. Dale Kerns’ first love is his family; but he is committed to ending the war on drugs with his bill “Addiction is Not a Crime, bringing higher paying jobs to the residents of Pennsylvania and Delaware County by removing the cronyism between lobbyists and Washington DC, and has promised not to take a pension or the healthcare. Dale Kerns is a graduate of Ridley High School and former Student of Widener University. More info can be found at DaleKerns.com
May 31, 2018Written by Bill O'Boyle
Dale Kerns will turn 35 in November and the Libertarian candidate for the U.S. Senate hopes he will have more than a birthday to celebrate that month....more
November 23, 2017Written by Dale Kerns
The following is an open letter to President Donald Trump:
A few weeks ago, you addressed the opioid epidemic, which has gripped the country in recent years. In officially declaring the opioid crisis a national public health emergency, you took the important first step toward fixing this problem. ...more
November 9, 2017
Dale Kerns Jr. joins Dom Giordano on his daily radio show to discuss the impact of the Libertarian candidates in this election. ...more
Vice Chairman of the DelCo Libertarian Party, Dale Kerns, joined discussing their party's run in DelCo.
August 3, 2017
Dale Kerns Jr. joins Dom Giordano on his daily radio show to discuss the DELCO Libertarian Committee's slate of candidates for the 2017 county elections. ...more
August 3, 2017Written by Kathleen E. Carey
MEDIA >> For the first time, there will be a third-party challenge for countywide offices this fall.
The Delaware County Libertarian Committee has filed a slate of candidates Delaware County Council, Sheriff, Register of Willis and Controller.
Dale Kerns Jr., vice chairman of the county Libertarian Party, said nearly 2,100 signatures were submitted to the Delaware County Election Bureau.
“Our candidates are committed to small government, lowering taxes and protecting individual freedom,” said Kerns ...more