The Ryan Chamberlin for Congress Campaign today announced his Marion County leadership team consisting of the following: Roy Abshier, Gregory Flanagan, Stan and Lisa Plappert, David Tillman, and Bishop James E. Varnum.
These men and women have been key players in both state and local politics and business,” said Ryan Chamberlin. “It is an honor to have their support, and I will lean on them for guidance and organizational support as we implement our plan necessary for victory.”
Chamberlin announced his campaign’s launch just two weeks ago and has been diligently assembling a political organization that is focused on voter targeting and mobilization. Chamberlin has also laid out an agenda that lends itself to grassroots recruitment. The voters of the Third Congressional District desire another fighter like Congressman Ted Yoho who will not become a creature of the swamp but will fight alongside President Trump to stop illegal immigration, protect our Constitutional rights, and defend the right to life.
In his endorsement of Chamberlin, Roy Abshier said, “Ryan Chamberlain knows Marion County. We don’t want more of Washington but less of it. Ryan is a limited government conservative who will fight for less taxes, less spending, and a federal government that creates economic opportunity by staying out of the way of our small businesses.”
Greg Flanagan, local attorney and activist added: “One of our next Congressman’s most important duties will be to push back against the leftist activists who are assaulting the values of our families and our constitution. Ryan will make defending our religious liberty and second amendment a priority.”
For the past 20 years, Ryan and his wife Jenny have worked with thousands of entrepreneurs, assisting them in growing their influence and profitability through focused strategies of leadership, through improved productivity, and by revolutionizing their marketing strategies and corporate cultures. Ryan has worked with Success Magazine, speaks regularly at national conferences, and was recently featured at the Marion County TEDX Ocala as a guest speaker. In 2010, Ryan authored his first book titled Now You Know, a book to help entrepreneurs build better teams through common sense principles that focus on growth.
“This is a critical time in our nation’s history,” said Chamberlin. “Conservatives are being smeared by the left for affirming basic truths, and many in Congress today spend so much time doing favors that they don’t have time to get anything done. I want to end the nonsense and make our government work for us.”
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