Occupation: Small Business Owner • Ordained Minister • Activist • Notary
Education: Southern University and A&M College
Studied: Computer Science (Cybersecurity • Information Systems • Data • Analytic Sciences • Mobile)
Religion: Baptist Christian
Martial Status: Married
Hi, my name is Ryan Guillory and I am running for the Georgia Congressional District 4. I am running for Congress because I want to help the people in our community. I think Congress should serve the people and not major corporations or special interests groups. Congress has not been protecting the working-class people of our community. I will push Washington to provide more federal funds into our district to rebuild the infrastructure, our educational system and strengthen the police force. Several elected officials are only voting based on their political party. It is imperative that we take a bipartisan approach to reach desirable agreements for the constituents in our District.
I will work with both political parties to achieve the necessary goals needed to run our District in a manner that will provide a decent living for everyone. If we are going to have a government that’s for the people, then we need someone in Congress that will speak up for the people especially when they are being assaulted by the executive branch and even the President. The people need someone like me with no strings attached and who is not afraid to rein in corporate power to protect the people from higher taxes, civil rights violations, homophobia and antisemitism. I want to work on obvious solutions that can be easily implemented on a bipartisan basis.
Who is Ryan Guillory? I am a Man of God, a Born again Christian, a loving Husband and a devoted Father of two beautiful children. I have been married for over 13 years and I understand the importance of a strong family. I am a man of faith with a strong belief in God and a devoted believer guided by Christian belief and values. I am a member of the Georgia NAACP and a civil rights Activist. I was born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana. I moved to the state of Georgia after losing most of my property due to Hurricane Katrina. I first moved to Gwinnett County and rented an apartment for my family. I purchased my first home in Lithonia, Georgia in 2007. I have been a resident of Lithonia, DeKalb County, and District 4 for over a decade and I understand the struggle that the people in our district are faced with.
Political Stance Women’s Rights, Civil Rights, Economic Development, Improving our Education system, Reducing Crime in our District, Helping veterans and their families, Equal Rights, Raising the Minimum Wage for employees of large corporations not Small Businesses, Affordable Health Care for everyone, Police pay Increase, Teacher pay increase and Juvenile support groups to eliminate crime in our community.
For my constituents in DeKalb County, according to CBS we are in the worst neighborhoods in America. I am asking you to join us and help change our dire situation in which we live. If you are tired of the same old politics and rubber stamp politicians, join the movement and help us make a change. If you are satisfied with the current situation, then this campaign is not for you. However, if you are tired of the blighted property, a dysfunctional educational system with underpaid teachers, the underpaid and understaffed police force and high crime rates, then this campaign is for you. I welcome you to visit my website and get involved with this campaign. You can volunteer or make a small donation.
If you want to make a small donation and add your name to the campaign simply go to the website at www.ryanguillory.com and click on the donate tab. If you want to get involved with the campaign simply go to the website and click the get involved tab and add your name. I look forward to working with each and every one of you. This is a campaign for the people, by the people. Together we can make our District a better place and provide a better future for our children.
Ryan’s Core Values
Grace – Grace is most needed and best understood in the midst of sin, suffering, and brokenness. We live in a world of earning, deserving, and merit, resulting in judgment. That is why everyone wants and needs grace. Judgment kills. Only grace makes us alive.
Faith – the assurance of things hoped for, the conviction of things not seen.
Love – All believers are called to love at a deep and selfless level.
Hope – not a guarantee of immunity from harm but a conviction that God is always present.
Justice – for all.
Service – meaning is found in service rather than self-centeredness.
Peace– not just the absence of fighting but positive well-being.
“The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy.
– Martin Luther King, Jr.”