Three Liberty Themed Events

Restoring Liberty Liberty Lunch Smash Duopoly

Join us for our Restoring Liberty Campaign Kickoff Party Friday night at Bald Birds Brewing Co and then Saturday for Liberty Lunch with Liz at The Sticky Elbow followed by a little smash therapy, SMASH the Duopoly, at The Break Room of Williamsport! Read on for details!

Please join us at Bald Birds Brewing Company in Jersey Shore, PA for Restoring Liberty, our party to kickoff Liz Terwilliger’s 2022 campaign for the US House of Representatives from PA’s 12th District! Enjoy awesome local hors d’oeuvres from Gunzey’s and a cash bar. Liz will talk about her campaign to restore liberty and true representation to the people of Pennsylvania’s 12th District. We will have a question and answer/discussion period as well as lots of opportunity for mingling and one-on-one conversations. There will be fun activities, like karaoke, a Lady Liberty photo booth and a silent auction. Come have some fun with us, share your ideas with the candidate and learn about Liz and her campaign!

Enjoy Freedom from High Rates when you book your room at the Genetti Hotel & Suites, 200 West 4th Street, Williamsport, PA, 17701. To reserve your room with the discounted hotel rate, click here. Make your room reservation by Friday 3/26 to get the block rate. You can get the same rate, if rooms are available, after the 26th by joining the rewards club. Shuttle Service for registered hotel guests from the Genetti to the event in Jersey Shore and back at the end of the evening will be available with a reservation in advance for $10 per rider. You can reserve your seat(s) when you buy your ticket or come back and reserve your seat separately, but be sure to reserve your seat in advance of the event!The Restoring Liberty Party at Bald Birds begins at 7:30pm and ends at 9:30pm. The shuttle leaves to return to the Genetti at 10pm. Join us for additional libations and liberty talk as we crash The Tap Room at the Genetti for an optional after-party.

Tickets for Restoring Liberty party: $25.

Please RSVP by Monday, 3/29.

Bald Birds Brewing Company: 220 Shaffer Lane, Jersey Shore, PA 17740

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Libertarian Party Affiliates, Candidates for Office or other Organizations may sponsor a table for literature and/or merchandise at the Bald Birds Event for $25. (Tables are limited)

Organization Name: ($25/Table)

Join us for good food, lively conversation and perhaps a card game (Cards Against Duopoly) at the Sticky Elbow Bar & Grill (631 Washington Blvd, Williamsport, PA 17701). Joining is is FREE! The Sticky Elbow will have a full brunch and dinner menu available for purchase. You can join the card game for a $5 donation or watch and laugh at those of us playing!

Please RSVP by following this link by 4/1 so we can give the restaurant an idea of our numbers.

To paraphrase Albert Einstein, the definition of insanity is electing the same two parties over and over and expecting a different result. Join Liz Terwilliger as she begins her fight to topple to two party system, aka the Duopoly or the Republicrats, with a little smash therapy at The Break Room of Williamsport at 1:30pm on April 3rd!

At The Break Room, we’ll be smashing the contents of the bucket of breakables (included in ticket price). Additional breakables may be purchased on site as well as duopoly themed smash targets. Follow this link for a short smashing video.

Four people can be in a Break Room at one time. The Break Room has a free arcade game space where we can socialize and play games while others are smashing. Safety equipment is provided by the venue.

Tickets $15 each or 2 for $25!

RSVP by 4/1!

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SMASH the DUOPOLY

smash the duopoly with Liz Terwilliger for Congress at the Break Room in Williamsport

To paraphrase Albert Einstein, the definition of insanity is electing the same two parties over and over and expecting a different result.

Join Liz Terwilliger as she begins her fight to topple to two party system, aka the Duopoly or the Republicrats, with a little smash therapy at The Break Room of Williamsport at 1:30pm on April 3rd!

At The Break Room, we’ll be smashing the contents of the bucket of breakables (included in ticket price). Additional breakables may be purchased on site as well as duopoly themed smash targets. Follow this link for a short smashing video.

Four people can be in a Break Room at one time. The Break Room has a free arcade game space where we can socialize and play games while others are smashing.

Safety equipment is provided by the venue. We will be respecting Coronavirus restrictions.

Tickets $15 each or 2 for $25!

RSVP by 4/1!

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Stop Kicking the Can Down the Road

                Pennsylvanians are reeling from the effects of Governor Wolf’s economic lockdowns to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.  Unfortunately, the only thing he achieved with this policy was economic destruction for hundreds of thousands of Pennsylvanians.  Many businesses have shuttered, causing permanent job loss or career change for their employees and many more are still hanging on, but only by a thread.

                The Governor’s response to the crisis that he helped manufacture was submitted to the legislature earlier this month.  A slew of tax increases on every Pennsylvania worker and small business owner.  A 46% increase in the state’s Personal Income Tax.  This is absurd.  This is the equivalent of kicking us while we are down.

                The Independent Fiscal Office released their assessment of Pennsylvania’s fiscal situation and the outlook for the economy.  It is not good.  Massive budget deficits paired with less than half of the jobs lost under the Governor’s lockdown is leading to a lost economy.  Pennsylvania businesses and workers are fleeing the Commonwealth, leading to a bleak future with higher taxes on those of us who stay.

                Our legislature is not innocent either.  They have consistently voted to kick the budgetary can down the road every year.  The Independent Fiscal Office was projecting deficits of more than $1,1 billion per year, even before the Governor’s lockdown orders were implemented.

                The inability to act on our budget deficits is not only going to lead to higher taxes in Pennsylvania, but to a further drop in population.  Once the 2020 census is finalized, projections already show that Pennsylvania will lose a seat in Congress, shrinking the Commonwealth’s delegation from 18 representatives in the US House of Representatives to 17.  The Independent Fiscal Office projects that Pennsylvania’s population will decline by 1% (about 128,000 people) between 2021 and 2030.  That will most likely lead to more lost representation in Congress.

                Our legislators and governor are enslaving us to government debt.  They are enslaving us to higher taxes.  We are taxed enough already.  They are enslaving us to a future that none of us deserve.  They need to stop kicking the can.  We cannot afford it anymore.

Ryan Bourinski

(Sources)

https://www.fox43.com/article/news/politics/pennsylvania-projected-to-lose-a-congressional-seat-after-the-census/521-05aa85cf-e2e4-483c-b8ee-21d10e1c78a4

https://www.budget.pa.gov/PublicationsAndReports/CommonwealthBudget/Pages/default.aspx

http://www.ifo.state.pa.us/releases/417/Five-Year-Economic-and-Budget-Outlook/

Community Personal Care and Hygiene Drive Taking Place in Bradford & Tioga Counties

Liz Terwilliger delivers donation bin to area businesses

Liz Terwilliger For Congress is sponsoring a community drive to provide personal care and hygiene products to individuals and families who are faced with urgent need of these items. From now until March 28th items will be collected at locations throughout the area. The collected products will be distributed in the form of individual kits to those in need through a pop-up pantry style event in early April.

“It is easy to forget that personal care items are a luxury to individuals and families in difficult financial times like these,” explained Liz Terwilliger. “To address this need, we have partnered with local businesses to place collection bins throughout the community. We will be creating individual kits with donated items and distributing them in a pop-up pantry style event where the public will be invited to drive up and receive a kit of products. We will have two different kits available, those with and without feminine hygiene products.  Most people who are in need are associated with a community support organization. I wanted to directly distribute the donations to community members to reach people who might otherwise be missed, people who aren’t necessarily getting support somewhere else.”

“I am grateful to all the business owners who have joined us in this effort,” said Liz. “These businesses are not participating in support of my campaign, they simply stepped forward to help create change in our community.” Businesses hosting donation bins include FWF Wellness in Sayre, The Hair Mill in Wysox, Mad Hatters Café and Co-Op in Athens, Endless Mountains Brace and Mobility in Troy, Triple F Farms LLC in Gillett and Clock Works Coffee in Westfield. “Woodland Art of Warren Center is sponsoring an online donation option,” Liz explained, “so that people can donate funds to the drive if they can’t deliver items to one of these businesses. All of the funds donated will be used to create the individual kits.” Businesses interested in joining our effort can sign up at https://tinyurl.com/1oi0lpo9

“We often focus on the essentials of food and housing for people in crisis,” said Liz. “But these personal care and hygiene items can be easily overlooked. Something simple, like a toothbrush, can really improve someone’s life and their sense of wellbeing.”

Liz Terwilliger is running for Congress in the 15 counties of the 12th District. As a Libertarian, Liz emphasizes the importance of personal initiative and individual action. This Personal Care and Hygiene Drive is an example of this philosophy.

You can use this button to donate to the drive.

This donation is NOT tax deductible and does NOT go to the Liz Terwilliger for Congress campaign. 100% of these donations will go to the creation of these kits.

In the March Newsletter…

Liz Terwilliger delivers donation bin to area businesses

Thank you for your continued interest in and support of my campaign.

Since the PA budget season is in full swing, in this edition of the newsletter I have invited Ryan Bourinski, Libertarian Party candidate for Northumberland County Controller, to share his thoughts on the economy.

I want to thank everyone who helped to make our February organ donation awareness and food pantry event in Sayre, PA a success! Thanks to food donated by Child Hunger Outreach Partners in Towanda, PA, we were able to provide a month’s supply of food to 50 families. We shared information about other sources of food in the community as well as information on organ donation with those 50 families and others that arrived after we ran out of food. Special thanks to the two local families who shared their stories about being organ recipients.

We are in the midst of our March Personal Care and Hygiene Drive. My Campaign Committee has partnered with the Lycoming County Libertarian Committee and the Libertarian Party of Tioga County (PA) for this event. In all three counties businesses are volunteering to be donation drop off locations. In Bradford and Tioga Counties we will be distributing donated items in the form of personal kits at a pop-up pantry style event in early April. In Lycoming County, donations will be distributed to the YWCA in Williamsport. We will continue placing collection bins at participating businesses throughout the month of March. The bins will be out through March 28th, when we plan to collect them and begin distribution. I hope you can join us in this event. You can follow what’s happening by clicking here.

On April 2nd we will be holding a special event at Bald Birds Brewing Company in Jersey Shore, PA to officially kick off my run for the Libertarian Party nomination for the 12th Congressional District seat in 2022. I hope you can join us for an evening of fun as we kick off our campaign at our Restoring Liberty event! Learn more and register to join us by clicking here.

Please contact us with your ideas for ways we can positively impact your community!

   ~Liz Terwilliger

Restoring Liberty Campaign Kickoff Party

Liz Terwilliger for Congress 2022 Restoring Liberty Campaign Kickoff Party

Please join us at Bald Birds Brewing Company in Jersey Shore, PA for Restoring Liberty, our party to kickoff Liz Terwilliger’s 2022 campaign for the US House of Representatives from PA’s 12th District!

Enjoy awesome local hors d’oeuvres from Gunzey’s and a cash bar. Liz will talk about her campaign to restore liberty and true representation to the people of Pennsylvania’s 12th District. We will have a question and answer/discussion period as well as lots of opportunity for mingling and one-on-one conversations. There will be fun activities, like karaoke, a Lady Liberty photo booth and a silent auction. Come have some fun with us, share your ideas with the candidate and learn about Liz and her campaign!

Tickets for the Restoring Liberty party at Bald Birds are $25. Please RSVP by 3/29.

Enjoy Freedom from High Rates when you book your room at the Genetti Hotel & Suites, 200 West 4th Street, Williamsport, PA, 17701. To reserve your room with the discounted hotel rate, click here. Make your room reservation by Friday 3/26 to get the block rate. You can get the same rate, if rooms are available, after the 26th by joining the rewards club.

Shuttle Service for registered hotel guests from the Genetti to the event in Jersey Shore and back at the end of the evening will be available with a reservation in advance for $10 per rider. You can reserve your seat(s) when you buy your ticket or come back and reserve your seat separately, but be sure to reserve your seat in advance of the event!

The Restoring Liberty Party at Bald Birds begins at 7:30pm and ends at 9:30pm. The shuttle leaves to return to the Genetti at 10pm. Join us for additional libations and liberty talk as we crash The Tap Room at the Genetti for an optional after-party.

COVID-19 considerations: The event space at Bald Birds Brewing Company has a 900 person capacity allowing plenty of room for social distancing.

RSVP by Monday, 3/29

Options

Libertarian Party Affiliates, Candidates for Office or other Organizations may sponsor a table for literature and/or merchandise at the Bald Birds Event for $25. (Tables are limited)

Organization Name: ($25/Table)

Bald Birds Brewing Company

220 Shaffer Lane
Jersey Shore, PA 17740
570-865-6346

Personal Care & Hygiene Drive

Personal Care and Hygiene Drive bin being delivered to the YMCA in Jersey Shore, PA by Sally Combs of the Lycoming County Libertarian Committee and Liz Terwilliger candidate for US Congress

Donation bin delivery began this week!

The Lycoming County Libertarian Committee joined me in dropping off bins. We are continuing to deliver bins as more businesses join us in the drive.

In Lycoming and Clinton Counties donations are being collected for the YWCA in Williamsport, bins have been delivered to the following businesses:

  • The Break Room of Williamsport: 1009 Washington Blvd, Williamsport, PA
  • YMCA Jersey Shore Branch: 826 Alleghany St, Jersey Shore, PA
  • BFit Fitness & Nutrition: 32 Riverview Rd, Linden, PA
  • Coles Coffee, Crafts & Consignment: 10 S. Main St, Montgomery, PA
  • Full Armor Wellness: 7893 Nittany Valley Dr, Mill Hall, PA

In Bradford and Tioga County donations are being collected for the creation of individual kits to be distributed at a pop-up pantry style event in early April. Donation bins can be found at:

  • FWF Wellness: 211 Desmond St, Sayre, PA
  • The Hair Mill: 2404 PA Rt 187, Wysox, PA
  • Mad Hatters Cafe & Co-Op: 400 N. Main St, Athens, PA
  • Endless Mountain Brace & Mobility: 6819 Fallbrook Rd, Troy, PA
  • Clock Works Coffee: Main St, Westfield, PA

If you can’t make it one of our donation locations, you can donate money towards the personal care kits using this donation button, sponsored by Woodland Art by Chris Terwilliger in Warren Center, PA. A $20 donation funds one personal care kit.

This donation is NOT tax deductible, does NOT go to the Liz Terwilliger for Congress campaign and does NOT go to the Libertarian Party. Participating businesses/organizations are not affiliated with Liz Terwilliger for Congress or the Libertarian Party.

If you or your business would like to join us to volunteer or as a donation drop off location please follow this link: https://tinyurl.com/1oi0lpo9

In Image at the Top: Sally Combs (left) of Lycoming County Libertarian Committee and Liz Terwilliger (right) deliver a donation bin to Christine Kinney (center) on behalf of the YMCA Jersey Shore Branch