Ken Krawchuck

Party: Libertarian

Office: Governor

Candidate Bio

Ken Krawchuk, 64, was born and raised in the Feltonville section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He and his wife Roberta have lived in Abington since 1981, a Philadelphia suburb, and have three daughters and three grandchildren (so far). Mr. Krawchuk is an avid whitewater canoeist, year-round backpacker, and railroad enthusiast. He graduated with honors from Cardinal Dougherty High School in 1971, and in 1975 received a B.S. in Physics from St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia. Additionally, Mr. Krawchuk is a graduate of the Abington Citizens’ Police Academy.
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Quiz Results

How the candidate answered on the issues

Should businesses have the right to deny services based on the customer's sexual orientation/gender identity? State / National

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How should drug addiction - such as heroin addiction - be treated? State / National

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Should regulations be created to limit how prescription painkillers are prescribed? State / National

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What is your view on Climate Change? State / National

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Do you support net neutrality? State / National

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Regarding gun laws, what generally do you support from the choices below? State / National

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Should we be more or less involved in helping to manage international affairs? State / National

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How should Pennsylvania regulate marijuana? State

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Should the drawing of district lines be done by an independent system instead of state legislators? State

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How should the general assembly balance the state budget? State

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Should the minimum wage be raised? State / National

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