Steve Kerbel

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Steve Kerbel
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Personal Details
Birth: (1962-04-02) April 2, 1962 (age 58)
Los Angeles, California
Education: University of Redlands
Occupation: Businessman, Author, Activist
Residence: Colorado Springs, Colorado
Party: United Independents Party (since 2018)
Libertarian (prior to 2018)
Media
Website: http://www.stoptheshakedowns.com/
Facebook: Facebook

Steve Kerbel is a businessman, author, and activist living in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He is the former chair of the Libertarian Party of El Paso County and then of the United Independents Party.[1] In 2016, Kerbel ran for president of the United States, seeking the Libertarian Party nomination, and was enthusiastically endorsed by Caryn Ann Harlos and managed by Nathan Grabau and C. Michael Pickens. On March 16 of that year, Kerbel withdrew from the race and endorsed Gary Johnson.[2] He has publicly expressed interest in running for President in 2020.[3]. In February 2020, Steve re-joined the Libertarian Party after leaving in 2018 to form the United Indep?endents Party.

Organizational Positions

United Independents Party
  • Chair (2018—2019)

References

  1. https://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100009372556335
  2. https://alibertarianfuture.com/2016-libertarian-party-primaries/gary-johnson-won-endorsement-from-steve-kerbel/
  3. https://thejacknews.com/politics/political-highlights/colorado-libertarian-party-activist-steve-kerbel-may-seek-2020-presidential-nod/
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