Dan Meuser is a conservative business leader who brings his experience as a proven job creator, dedicated public servant, and proactive member of his community to Congress.
Dan grew up in a middle-class family, his father was a police officer and his mother returned to work once Dan and his siblings began school. Dan attended the New York Maritime University and studied economics at Cornell University on a Navy ROTC scholarship.
Dan joined Pride Mobility Products, a small healthcare products manufacturer that Dan helped grow into an industry leader in power mobility over two decades. While at Pride, Dan helped create thousands of quality jobs and the company was named one of the best places to work in Pennsylvania. Pride Mobility employs hundreds of Pennsylvanians and its products improve the quality of life for people around the world.
In 2011, Governor-elect Tom Corbett nominated Dan to serve as Pennsylvania’s Secretary of Revenue. Dan worked to reform the Department of Revenue, making it more efficient and focused on helping taxpayers. His experience in business helped him bring the Department into the 21st century with innovative technological advances and procedural improvements.
Dan’s leadership of the Department was recognized by the Council on State Taxation for the most dramatic improvement of any department of revenue in the country, going from a D rating to an A- during his tenure.
Dan and his wife of 29 years, Shelley, raised their three children, Caroline, Jacqueline, and Daniel, in Luzerne County.
In 2019, Dan Meuser was sworn in as a member of the 116th Congress representing Pennsylvania’s 9th Congressional District. Today, Dan is putting his experience and conservative values to work to make our economy stronger and our nation safer. He’s accessible and active in our community. Dan is a problem solver and he never forgets that he works for the hardworking families of Pennsylvania’s 9th District.
In the 116th Congress, Congressman Meuser serves on the House Committees on the Budget, Veterans' Affairs, and Education & Labor.