VOTE RYAN MAXON

RYAN MAXON

Protecting our freedoms, supporting families and small business, and working to make government smaller and smarter.

Ryan has been a lifelong resident of St. Clair County. His family roots in the area go back generations, many of them being farmers, tradesman, business owners, and his great-grandfather was even mayor pro-tempore for the city of Port Huron in the 1950’s. Ryan attended Port Huron Area Schools and enjoyed playing hockey and baseball through much of his youth. He was raised to work hard, stand true to his beliefs, and love of country.

At a young age, he developed an interest in American history and government. Around that time, he stumbled upon President Reagan, which is where his upbringing and background made him realize he was a Reagan-Republican, and his conservative beliefs were recognized. He attended St. Clair Community College, eventually graduating from Central Michigan University with a degree in Political Science and Business Management. While at Central, he interned for the Michigan Republican Party, talking with and being an outlet for many citizens across the state, as well as making thousands of calls in support of GOP candidates in the 2022 elections. After the 2022 elections, he went on to work with State Representative Dave Preston of the 108th district. While there, he learned everything from working for constituents to drafting, researching, and debating legislation.

Ryan also has a background in real estate, working as a real estate agent throughout southeast Michigan.

Some of the biggest issues he would like to focus on are protecting our freedoms, supporting families and small business, and working to make government smaller and smarter.

PRIORITIES

Small Business

Fostering an environment where small businesses can thrive.

Helping Families

Lowering taxes, protecting school choice, and defending God-given rights.

Cutting the Cost of Government

Cutting wasteful spending and reducing cost of government.

Standing up for the 64th District

Staying connected with the community and working hard to represent the district in Lansing.