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I believe…

I believe in individual freedom. I believe that each individual should be free to live their life as they desire so long as they do not infringe upon the rights of others. To paraphrase the Declaration of Independence, I believe that all people are created equal and are born with inherent rights. Among these rights are “Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.” I also believe that the government was instituted to secure those rights and derives its power “from the consent of the governed.”

I believe in minimal government. Government’s role is to protect and secure individual rights.

~Liz Terwilliger

What Actions Are We Taking?

I believe that we do not need to, nor should we, look to the Government for solutions to problems in our communities. Together with non-profit and private sector organizations we can find a path forward. #CommunitySolutions

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SMASH for Charity

Beginning at 5:30pm, join us for a Social Mixer in The Break Room lounge and adjoining restaurant for light refreshments and good conversation with many of our guest speakers for Perspectives on Freedom. No pre-registration required. A $10 donation is requested at the door to cover help cover expenses. Any…

What We Need: June Mental Health Forum

June’s Mental Health Forum had to be unexpectedly rescheduled. For the in-person portion, we will be meeting in the Tea Garden outside the Mad Hatter Cafe and Co-op in Athens, PA. Join us to share your concerns and ideas for improving mental health and mental health supports in our community….


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Protecting the Scotch Branding

There are a myriad of laws on the books; federal laws, state laws, local ordinances. There are so many laws that sometimes I wonder that we aren’t all incarcerated or paying fines for some violation or other everyday. I believe that we do no need a specific law where a…

Legalize Consensual Adult Prostitution

“‘prostitutes’ are either consenting adults or they are victims of a crime. In both cases, they should not be viewed as breaking the law, and should not be arrested or prosecuted.” A woman called the Shamokin Police Department recently to report a terrifying situation. She needed police protection, she explained,…


Below are some of the Candidate Surveys that Liz Terwilliger responded to during the 2020 Campaign.