Ryan's Plan

Ladies and gentleman. Our country has come to a crossroad, and now you have the power to change the political landscape of America. As I have said time and time again, if you elect me to be your face in congress, there are several things I will do to ensure that your needs are met day in and day out across this land.

 

First I plan to work closely with Law enforcement to bring about more safety for our children, women, and the elderly. 

 

Second, I plan on proposing new legislation that will invest more tax dollars in our public schools, not only to meet the needs of today, but to encourage developing minds for the future. Such new funding would be used to hire and retain good teachers, build and renovate new schools, and give great tax breaks to classroom teachers. To accomplish this, I am proposing no new taxes increases, but rather a rechanneling of our existing tax revenue to meet these demands. Now, the incumbent and his staff have been talking about this for years with little progress. I plan to change all of this now.

 

Third, economic development is on the minds of most of you, particularly with regard to our uptown area. For many years, economic prosperity has been neglected by current government leaders, and I plan to change all of that. I am proposing a city center revitalization project that would promote new businesses, new residential areas, and new open green areas to bring people back to the heart of our city, and adjust woman’s wages to match those of the wages that men in the same position hold.  Current leaders have allowed the city to die, preferring to invest in the outlying areas, it’s time to bring that revenue home.

 

Next, an apprehensive immigration reform with a sensitively to amnesty I am proposing that the United States (all States) adhere to the 1986 Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA) which marked one of the biggest changes in the history of U.S. immigration policy. One of the main provisions in the legislation was a legalization program that granted amnesty to undocumented immigrants who could prove they had resided in the U.S. continuously since January 1, 1982. If elected I plan to hold each State accountable in making sure that our undocumented immigrants that can prove to have resided in the US continuously since January 1st 1982 be granted amnesty in the United States. My opponents and their administration have lacked the vision of long-term solutions, preferring to take a look and see approach. Such a short sighted stance fails to consider the needs of future generations . . . our children and our grandchildren. My generation doesn't want to be remembered for look and see approach, but for a more visionary hands on personal approach for our future.

 

And finally, my opponents may cite my inexperience as a reason why you shouldn't vote for me. However, I am not a career politician who has lost touch with the everyday needs and concerns of day-to-day people. My work as an educator and business owner has given me a unique perspective on the pains and challenges we all face.

If elected, I promise to give my all to my elected position keeping honesty first and foremost for the people and make sure your issues and concerns are fully addressed at the local and national level.

 

Thank you.

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