Who is Gavin Seim.
Gavin is a dynamic liberty activist and speaker from Washington who ran for congress in 2014. He takes government lawlessness head on and educates on the Constitution and what makes America tick, while discussing solutions and conversation we can use to take back our liberty.
Things Gavin Stands For.
- Economic growth and free markets.
- Constitutional Accountability.
- Limited Government.
- Reduced taxation.
- ENDING the Spying.
- Christian Values.
- Privacy Rights.
Gavin was home schooled and started his own business at age 17. He’s patriot and Constitutional activist with a wife and three children who loves to help people get informed about liberty and knows how to start conversations.
Gavin is an award winning speaker, writer, filmmaker and image producer whose strength rests in his ability to convey ideas and connect with people. Gavin owns a studio that produces wall portraits, award winning education and video content. He has a deep background in his trade, as both a craftsman and educator.
A Christian patriot who loves America and is deeply concerned with the path we are on, Gavin believes the American foundation of moral values and small government is essential to our ability to thrive as a nation and a free people. That we must stand up to government overreach. It’s not a time to ride the fence. It’s time to be resolute for what’s right so that us and our children can be free.
Gavin loves good ideas, good coffee and a great debate. He is prolific writer and speaker who for years has authored both educational content and fiction with his brother Nathan. Gavin’s hobbies are also wide ranging. From roasting coffee, to ventriloquism, square dance calling, outdoorsmanship and studying herbs.
Gavin has an unwavering dedication to life, liberty and the Constitution. He wants to help protect the rights of all. Not simply by sitting talking, but by taking action and being a voice. Gavin starts conversation that encourage Americans think about their freedom and return to the moral self governing principles that the founding fathers intended.