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Dan Meuser was born on 10 February, 1964 in Flushing, New York, United States, is an American businessman and politician. Discover Dan Meuser’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 59 years old?

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Age 59 years old
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Born 10 February 1964
Birthday 10 February
Birthplace Flushing, New York, United States
Nationality United States

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As the House of Representatives was debating a resolution in July 2019, which passed by a wide margin, condemning President Donald Trump for promoting racism and xenophobia after he attacked four Democratic members of Congress, telling them to “go back” to the “places from which they came,” Meuser was one of only twenty-four representatives who defended Trump’s comments. “I strongly oppose Democrat leadership’s latest effort to harass [Donald Trump]. For years, he and his supporters have been subjected to baseless attacks. Such slander is a disservice to our nation and the American people, and I am tired of it.”


In March 2018, over 100 members of the Lebanon County Republican Committee unanimously endorsed Meuser. Meuser “strongly backs” President Trump’s “America First agenda”.

The Republican primary candidates were Meuser, Scott Uehlinger and George Halcovage. The Democratic candidates were Susan Quick, Denny Wolff and Gary Wegman. The primary election were held on May 15, 2018.

On April 18, 2018, the Making America Great PAC announced its endorsement of Meuser. The PAC’s chairman said, “Dan is a business-minded problem solver, a conservative, and he is focused on results, not rhetoric. Dan will go to Washington and join President Trump to fight for the America First Agenda.”

In early May 2018, the Republican Committee of Columbia County met with all three candidates running for the 9th congressional district seat. After a series of questions about their campaign priorities, the committee voted to put its full support behind Meuser.

In May 2018, Meuser’s campaign announced an initiative called “Women for Meuser”, which is a group of women supporters of Meuser’s campaign for Congress. Meuser had endorsements from at least 31 prominent elected or politically-active women including State Senator Lisa Baker, conservative television host Tiffany Cloud, State Representative Tarah Toohil, State Representative Karen Boback, and Luzerne County District Attorney Stefanie Salavantis.


In October 2017, Dan Meuser announced that he would run as a Republican to represent Pennsylvania’s 9th congressional district. The district had previously been the 11th, represented by four-term fellow Republican Lou Barletta, who was running for the United States Senate.


The discovery that Hackett had previously hired an undocumented immigrant as a maid in his home—albeit he did claim to dismiss her once he learned of her status—was perceived to seriously damage Hackett’s public image. On the night of the primary, the nail-bitingly close returns—despite initially displaying a comfortable Meuser lead—were soon indicating a virtual tie for some time throughout the night, with merely more than 100 votes separating the candidates at one point. However, as time passed, Hackett took a lead that seemed to gradually grow within hours. By roughly 11:15 p.m. ET, local news media and the Associated Press dubbed Hackett, who had garnered 52 percent of the vote to Meuser’s 48 percent, the projected winner of the primary.

Meuser opposes abortion rights and refers to fetuses as “pre-born human persons.” According to his campaign, “Dan has personally funded chartered buses to take people from our area to the annual March for Life Rally in Washington, D.C.” He is opposed to federal funding for abortion and opposed to federal health coverage that includes abortion services. He also believes that “equal protection must be granted to each born and pre-born human person via the United States Constitution under the 14th Amendment”.

Meuser believes that school property taxes are un-American and unconstitutional, his campaign stating “no tax should have the power to leave you homeless.” Meuser also cites the 14th amendment in arguing that the government has no right to take property away from someone without due process of law or providing equal protections under the law.


In 2010, Politics Magazine cited him as a “Former Congressional candidate and northeast PA money man”.


As Secretary, Meuser helped reform the Department of Revenue and turned the Department into the most improved revenue Department in the Country. The Council On State Taxation (COST) gave PA an A- rating thanks to legislation that Secretary Meuser helped pass as well as the reforms he put into place. Residents of Pennsylvania raised speculation to his appointment by Tom Corbett due to the fact that he was one of the largest contributors in Tom Corbett’s 2009–2010 campaign, making a total of 26 contributions totaling $76,394. There is concern over a recent $103 million computer modernization system for the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue being performed by Accenture, a global technology consultant which had previously been fired by the state of Maryland for a similar project due to wasteful spending and missed deadlines.


Meuser was an executive at Pride Mobility Products, a business that he built with his brother Scott and his father Stan. His brother, Scott Meuser, is the chairman and CEO of the company. Meuser left the company in August 2008 to pursue a career in public service. He had worked there since 1988. Although he left his position, he remained on the company’s board of directors. During Meuser’s tenure at Pride, the company grew from $2 million in sales to over $400 million. In 2002, Pride paid $80,000 to settle a government investigation that a Pride customer referral program intended to connect interested consumers with Pride product retailers was not compliant because retailers were required to pay Pride between $10 and $25 per referral as opposed to a flat annual fee.

When Meuser ran for the 10th congressional district in 2008, he lived in the 11th congressional district, where Lou Barletta was running for Congress against incumbent Paul Kanjorski. Meuser promised that he would actually live in the district by the time voters cast their ballots in the primary election; he had purchased a house in Harvey’s Lake, which is in the 10th district, however, he still resides in Dallas, Pennsylvania.


Meuser was a candidate for the GOP nomination in Pennsylvania’s 10th congressional district, having announced the launch of his campaign in September 2007. He was defeated in the Republican primary by fellow businessman Chris Hackett, who went on to lose to Democratic incumbent Chris Carney in November 2008. Meuser heavily underscored his conservative values, even referencing Ronald Reagan and strongly emphasizing his work at Pride Mobility as part of a larger effort to embrace small-scale government and low taxes. The endorsements he received included a laundry list of well-known Pennsylvania conservatives including, most notably, former U.S. Senator Rick Santorum and then-Hazleton mayor Lou Barletta.


In 2006, Meuser received HomeCare magazine’s HomeCaring Award, which recognized his work in the home medical equipment industry.


He was attacked by Hackett for hiring undocumented immigrants in Pride Mobility and funding prominent national Democratic politicians. In 1997 Pride Mobility was fined $41,000 for hiring 3 undocumented immigrants in 1995; however, the fine was later reduced to $23,000 after Pride Mobility appealed. The individuals in question had presented false documentation to Pride before technology like E-Verify was available. Pride took the incident seriously and took steps to ensure they wouldn’t recur.


Daniel P. Meuser (born February 10, 1964) is an American businessman and politician who serves as the U.S Representative in Pennsylvania’s 9th congressional district. A Republican, he previously served as the Secretary of Revenue in the cabinet of Pennsylvania Governor Tom Corbett. He was previously President of the Pride Mobility Corporation, a manufacturer of motorized wheelchairs in the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton metro area of Pennsylvania, and currently serves the company as a board member and consultant. He has previously testified before Congress regarding the criticality for federal practices surrounding rights and caring for the disabled. In November 2018, he was elected to the U.S. House of Representatives.