Candidate Q&A: Ryan Kelley, Michigan Governor
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- Who are you?
- Why are you running?
- What issues do you think are important?
- Why should we vote for you?
Candidate’s responses are printed as submitted.
Who am I:
Ryan D. Kelley
Candidate for Michigan Governor
Married, my wife and I have six children
Currently own a real estate firm, been involved in real estate for 12 years.
Previously worked for AT&T as a union employee for 10 years.
Studied electronic engendering in at Grand Rapids Community College.
Why are you running:
To protect our Republic.
We have to get this right to protect freedom, and our Constitution for future generations.
What issues are important:
See 100 Day Plan on my website.
Ending pandemic, education, economy, election integrity, eliminating woke government policies, limiting government and free market enterprise.
Why should we vote for you:
Anyone can say anything or create a website with talking points.
By my actions, I stand up for what I believe in. Conviction.
Mackinac Policy Conference.
While all the other 4 candidates went up to the conference that required vaccine passports, or negative COVID PCR tests, and segregated the governors' debate, I stood on principle and boycotted the debate.
John Adams said, "stand on principle, even if you stand alone". If you want a Governor that stands on principle by his actions, vote RYAN KELLEY August 2