House District 21
Joe Ryan, Republican
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|PLACE OF BIRTH:
||five: Liam (10), 4 grown
|2011 Farmer Place #4
Anchorage, Alaska 99504
||Legislator, Self-Employed, Businessman
LENGTH OF RESIDENCY
IN ALASKA: 23 years
Two years of college
United States Air Force (Veteran)
POLITICAL AND GOVERNMENT POSITIONS:
Legislative Assistant. Executive Board, North East
Community Council. Member, Anchorage Water and Wastewater
Advisory Board. Fairbanks North Star Borough Assembly, 1987-90.
BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL POSITIONS:
Airline Transport Pilot, Alaska, 18 years. Mechanic Foreman,
Trans-Alaska Pipeline. Pilot Examiner. Air Taxi Owner/Operator.
Kim Ryan (spouse), CNA, Mary Conrad Center
Put the PUBLIC FIRST in public policy.
FIRST: Public Safety. A systematic program to fight crime;
SECOND: Educational Reform;
- Keeping violent offenders and sex offenders behind bars.
- Mandatory sentences for any felony crime involving firearms.
- Use the best technology in crime detection, investigation
and prosecution, including criminal identification.
- Crime prevention through education, job creation and
prosecuting career criminals.
THIRD: Job Creation;
- Charter schools to allow competition.
- Higher standards of performance in academics and behavior
for advancement and graduation.
- A safe and orderly learning environment in every classroom
- Staying on the cutting edge of technology. Our students
will fall behind if we do not provide technology.
FOURTH: Controlling State Spending;
- Making natural resources available, marketing the availability
of those resources, and attracting businesses and industries.
- A strong research industry in Alaska. The successful economies
of the world have strong research arms, in Alaska we have the
oceans, the Arctic, natural resource development and value-added
- Reasonable rules and regulations for business.
- Transportation infrastructure.
- Meaningful welfare reform similar to Wisconsin and Florida.
- Privatize those state programs that have proven to be
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