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Hans Zeiger

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Hans Zeiger

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Hans Zeiger is a political activist, columnist and student leader.

A native of Puyallup, Washington, Hans served as chairman of Washington Young Americans for Freedom from 2001 through 2003.  He worked as the nation's youngest Policy Research Assistant at the Evergreen Freedom Foundation (EFF), a public policy think-tank organization in Olympia, Washington dedicated to accountability in government.  As an Eagle Scout, Hans is the founder and national spokesman for the Scout Honor Coalition, a network of supporters of values held by the Boy Scouts of America.

Hans writes a regular column for the Seattle Times, Renew America online, DebateUSA, American Daily, America's Voices, and yconservatives.com.  He has been a guest on numerous radio and television programs, including "Focus on the Family" with Dr. James Dobson, Republican Radio, National Public Radio, KCTS Connects, and the PBS Online News Hour.  Hans has been noted in newspapers and magazines, including Culture and Family Report, Today's Global News, I.E., World Net Daily, Education Week, Boys' Life and Christianity Today.  He has spoken to business conferences, colleges, rallies, civic groups and churches.

Dubbed in a 2000 Eastside Journal article as a political "veteran", Hans was a Pierce County coordinator for the Senate campaign of Linda Smith in 1998, leading phone banks for three legislative districts at the age of 13.  In 1999, Hans served as the northwestern director of the Youth for Dan Quayle coalition, then as state chair of Students for Alan Keyes.  He was chair of Take Back Washington 2000 in the gubernatorial campaign for Harold Hochstatter, then director of Students for John Carlson for Governor.  In 2002, Hans was political director for Sarah Casada for Congress.

In his community, Hans is an advocate for veterans with the Puyallup Veteran's Memorial Committee and a spokesperson for Operation Support Our Troops.  He is an activist for the family with Puyallup Coalition for Life and a sponsor of the Defense of Family Initiative in Tacoma, WA.

He teaches Sunday School to 9-12 year olds, led a school Bible study, served as Class President at Puyallup High School, plays the violin and piano, practices Lincoln-Douglas and Controversy debate, and is the 2003 American Legion Orator for Washington State.  He will attend Hillsdale College in Michigan starting in the Fall of 2003.

 

 

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