- Steve Ronnebeck is currently an activist against illegal immigration, and is also involved politically.
- He has been on national media such as Fox News, Brietbart, etc.
- Steve endorsed Senator Ted Cruz during his 2016 campaign and became involved with the campaign until Senator Cruz dropped out of the 2016 Presidential race.
- Steve has also met with President Trump on eight different occasions, beginning with his campaign up to February of 2019.
- He is friends with several Congressmen, Senators, Sheriffs, local legislators and political and other celebrities.
- Steve has also been a spokesperson for several local and federal campaigns.
Steve Ronnebeck is originally from St. Louis, Missouri. He spent most of his childhood moving around due to his father’s job requirements. His family finally settled in Bettendorf, Iowa. Steve graduated from Bettendorf High School in 1985 and pursued full time work. He is formerly an auto mechanic by trade.
After gaining sole custody of his son, Grant, Steve moved to Arizona where his parents lived. Soon after he met his second wife and had his youngest son, Tyler. Both boys grew up in Mesa, Arizona and attended public schools there.
On January 22, 2015, Apolinar Altamirano entered the QuikTrip gas station and convenient store where his son Grant worked at around 3:45 am and requested to buy cigarettes after dumping a jar of change on the counter. Altamirano produced a gun and Grant handed over the cigarettes. At that moment, Altamirano shot Grant point blank in the face.
Within a few months after that tragic event, Steve began his activism against illegal immigration. First, by doing local interviews and then moving on to do national media such as Fox News, Brietbart, etc. He was also contacted by Ted Cruz to endorse his campaign in 2016.
Steve continues to speak across the country on illegal immigration and is also involved in politics in the state of Arizona.