Why Ryan Mackenzie is Running for Congress
Ryan Mackenzie is running for Congress to be our voice in Washington.
As our Congressman, he will focus on common sense solutions that put our priorities first.
Ryan will focus on fixing our immigration system to secure our borders, raising wages, and keep America as President Reagan’s famed shining city on a hill.
He will fight for tax relief to unleash American workers to reach our full potential. Ensuring families keep more of their hard-earned money.
Supporting a foreign policy that is clear and resolute, we can count on Ryan to remain focused on our interests.
As our voice in Washington, he will take our values to the nation’s capital to put our country back on the right track.
A ninth-generation resident of Pennsylvania, Ryan’s roots run deep within our community.
Elected to the Pennsylvania House of Representatives in 2012, Ryan built a reputation as a problem solver dedicated to conservative solutions.
Ryan spearheaded Pennsylvania legislation enacted into law that is recognized as the “most significant tax reform in 20 years.” Ryan’s reforms closed corporate tax loopholes and reduced tax rates. They have also eliminated the inheritance tax for small, family-owned businesses.
With a background in labor and industry, Ryan championed legislation that cut red tape. Allowing Pennsylvanians to succeed while leading efforts to close the “skills gap” critical to our nation’s future success.
Ryan serves on the board of the Greater Lehigh Valley Chamber of Commerce, the executive council of the Lehigh Career & Technical Institute, the community advisory committee of the Autism Resource Hub of Lehigh Valley, and is a board member of the AHEPA #60 Apartments that provide affordable housing for seniors.
He was named one of the “Forty Under 40” by Lehigh Valley Business, was selected as a Toll Fellow by the Council of State Governments, and received the Guardian of Small Business Award from the National Federation of Independent Business.
Ryan attended Parkland High School, completed his undergraduate studies in Finance and International Business with honors from New York University and earned his M.B.A. from Harvard Business School.
He lives in Lower Macungie Township in Lehigh County.