Ken Krawchuk

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Ken Krawchuk
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Governor of Pennsylvania
Former candidate
PartyLibertarian
Education
High schoolCardinal Dougherty High School (1971)
Bachelor'sSt. Joseph's University (1975)
Personal
Place of birthPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania
ProfessionIT entrepreneur / freelance writer
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Ken Krawchuk was a Libertarian candidate for Governor of Pennsylvania in the 2014 elections.

Biography

Krawchuk is the founder and President of Ken Krawchuk & Associates Ltd., a information technology consulting firm. He has been a professional computer programmer since 1970 and currently serves as a business architect for the pharmaceutical, insurance, and financial markets.

A freelance writer, Krawchuck is the author of Atlas Snubbed, a pastiche parody sequel to Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged.[1]

Education

  • Cardinal Dougherty High School, 1971
  • B.S. in Physics, St. Joseph's University, 1975

Elections

2014

See also: Pennsylvania gubernatorial election, 2014

Krawchuk ran for election to the office of Governor of Pennsylvania but did not qualify for the November ballot after failing to collect the 17,000 required signatures. [2][3]

Personal

Krawchuk and his wife Roberta live in Abington. They have three daughters and two grandchildren.[4]

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