Meet Andrew Hreha

Libertarian Candidate for PA House 60

My name is Andrew Hreha. I am the Libertarian Party candidate for Representative of the 60th District in the Pennsylvania State House.

I'm 22 years old, what makes me think I'm Ready to Serve?

In the words of Nobel laureate Pearl S. Buck, "The young do not know enough to be prudent, and therefore attempt the impossible, and achieve it, generation after generation."

As your representative, I will attempt the impossible, both by working across the aisle to promote Pennsylvanians' liberty and by opposing the bipartisan consensus that has our Commonwealth locked down for a full year and $128 billion in debt.


I grew up in North Apollo, making the most of my time at Apollo-Ridge High School as a leader in the classroom, on the baseball field, and in a number of other organizations.

After graduation, I earned a scholarship opportunity with the Stover Scholars at Waynesburg University, where I am studying the Constitution and Moral Leadership under the direction of Dr. Lawrence Stratton, with the lifelong goal of Transforming the Polis by leading a life focused on faith, learning, and serving.

At Waynesburg, I am also the Executive Editor of our student-run newspaper The Yellow Jacket, Secretary of the Student Senate, and serve as a host and panelist on radio and television shows within Waynesburg's Department of Communication.

As an intern with the Libertarian Party of PA, I worked with local activists to form a new county committee here in Armstrong County. Yes, I am young, but I've made the most of every opportunity. My youth is my advantage.


For too long, Pennsylvanians have sent the same Republicans and Democrats with the same ideas to Harrisburg.

We watched as businesses, schools, livelihoods, and dreams were all shut down by tyrannical and unconstitutional power.

The sale and ownership of firearms have been heavily restricted, far beyond the original intent of the Second Amendment.

We are not New York or California, but we are certainly trending in that direction if we do not drastically reduce the size and scope of our state government.

Your vote for me sends a message to Harrisburg that we will no longer settle for the status quo of growing government and less individual liberty. The General Assembly needs a fresh face that can work with both sides of the aisle to ensure a transfer of power back into the hands of The People.

That is why I am running to be your next Representative, and why I am Ready To Serve.

-Andrew Hreha