LET’S B FRANK!
Energy, Experience and Thoughtful Leadership.
First elected in 2016 to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives, Col. Frank Ryan (USMCR) has an extraordinary record of accomplishment in his first two terms.
Drawing on his experience as an expert in economic warfare and as a CPA specializing in saving companies from bankruptcy, Rep. Ryan has led efforts in the areas of financial reform and spending accountability.
His expertise and energetic leadership have drawn him into significant roles on five House committees — Aging & Older Adult Services, Finance, Liquor Control, State Government and Veterans Affairs & Emergency Preparedness. He is also on the Subcommittee on Military and is Chair of Veterans Facilities. He is vice chairman of the board of directors of PSERS, the state’s largest public employee pension fund.
Rep. Ryan has had 10 bills enacted into law, including three that were incorporated into other bills. In addition, he has cosponsored more than 20 bills signed into law. Awaiting action in the Senate are three of his bills already passed by the House.
With the onset of the COVID-19 crisis, Rep. Ryan was thrust into a leadership role to safely reopen Pennsylvania’s economy introducing bills easing unemployment requirements, suspending state taxes and continuity of operations for reopening the state’s economy.
PA HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES 101 DISTRICT
Ryan’s 101st District covers the city of Lebanon; the boroughs of Cornwall, Mount Gretna and Palmyra; and the townships of North Cornwall, West Cornwall, North Londonderry, South Londonderry and South Annville.
On Tuesday, November 3, 2020 Reelect Frank Ryan
for Pennsylvania State Representative - 101 District
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