LIMITED TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE – Meet The Candidates at The Sweet Spot

Allentown, PA, September 30, 2022 – Limited tickets are still available for the Meet The Candidates Fundraising event and dinner at The Sweet Spot Bar and Grill in Allentown, PA.  

The “Meet The Candidates Fundraiser” event will include food, zombie dodgeball, special guests, and fun activities. Additionally, attendees will be provided the opportunity to speak with the gubernatorial candidates from the Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania.  Tim McMaster will be attending and participating in a competitive dodgeball game with Matt Hackenburg (PA Governor Candidate).  A special guest speaker from Defend the Guard will also be speaking at the event on the topic of unjust foreign wars.  As everyone counts down the days until polls open, the Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania continues to engage the community with events such as the “Meet The Candidates” on real-life-impacting issues: liberty.

As communities prepare for another fright-filled Halloween season, there is a different fear many voters are realizing: another election cycle filled with empty campaign promises and a lack of adherence to the principles of our great state: liberty.  But voters do have a choice on the ballot representing personal liberty, individual sovereignty, and freedom  The Meet the Candidates event is a great opportunity to meet and speak with the Libertarian Party gubernatorial candidates and learn more about how the failed policies of today can be corrected for tomorrow, and onward.

While the Democrats and Republicans continue to purport that they are the only options, the Libertarian Party candidates remain vigilant to set the record straight.  “[The Democrats and Republicans] will ignore us until election day. Then the [losing party] will blame us for them not winning,” says McMaster. In this election, voters have a choice that is not based on empty campaign promises, the lesser of ‘evils,’ or ‘wasted votes.’  McMaster continues, “meanwhile, they have some [voters] convinced that voting for us is a ‘wasted vote.’ I ask [the Pennsylvania voters], ‘how is voting your conscience a waste?’”

The joint event with the Hackenburg for Pennsylvania and Tim4PA campaign will take place on October 1st, from 6 to 9 PM.  Limited tickets are available for $60 per guest, which includes attendance and a buffet.  Please join Matt Hackenburg, Tim McMaster, Defend the Guard, and other liberty-minded individuals for a freedom-filled event.  Learn more at or

Date/TimeSaturday, October 1st; 6 – 9 PM
LocationThe Sweet Spot Bar & Grill
(2805 Lehigh Street, Allentown, PA 18103)

About TIM4PA – Tim McMaster is the Libertarian Party of PA’s candidate for Lieutenant Governor of Pennsylvania. Tim is currently an Auditor and chair of the Audit Committee for his home township of Conewago Township, York County. Now Tim is seeking support as Lieutenant Governor of the great state of Pennsylvania. Tim focuses on critical issues of liberty, from Lowering the Property Tax for Homeowners to Constitutional Carry in Pennsylvania to Ending the Prohibition on Recreational Marijuana Usage. Join Tim, and we will #MakePAFreeAgain!

About Hackenburg for Pennsylvania – Matt Hackenburg is the Libertarian Party of Pennsylvania candidate for Governor of Pennsylvania. lives in Northampton County with his wife, Laura, their young daughter, and their homestead of dogs, chickens, and goats. Matt is a former member of the Army National Guard and has a fifteen-year career as a computer engineer in the aerospace industry.

About Defend The Guard – The goal of “Defend the Guard,” a project of BringOurTroopsHome.US, is to have states reassert their Tenth Amendment rights under the U.S. Constitution and provide a necessary check on the federal government’s use of military force as a tool of U.S. foreign policy. The sole objective of “Defend the Guard” is to obligate the federal government to obey the U.S. Constitution before sending our sons and daughters to fight more endless wars.


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