Tim Ryan

Tim Ryan is an American politician.

Tim Ryan is an American politician. His birth name is Timothy John Ryan. He is currently serving as the U.S. Representative for Ohio’s 13th congressional district since 2003. He is also a member of the Democratic Party. He announced his candidacy for President of the United States on 4 April 2019.

What is Tim Ryan’s claim to fame?

Presidential candidate in the United States.

Tim Ryan was born in the United States.

Tim Ryan was born on July 16, 1973, in New York City. Timothy John Ryan is his given name. Allen Leroy Ryan was his father, and Rochelle Maria was his mother. He has Irish and Italian ancestors. His birthplace is in the United States, in the city of Niles. He is a citizen of the United States of America. Cancer is his zodiac sign. When he was seven years old, his parents divorced. As a result, he was raised solely by his mother.

He went to Warren’s John F. Kennedy High School. While in high school, he was a fullback for the football team and coached junior high basketball. He then went on to play football at Youngstown State University. His football career, however, was cut short due to a knee injury. After that, he attended Bowling Green State University. In 1995, he earned a bachelor’s degree in political science from Bowling Green State University. After graduating from Bowling Green State University, he joined the staff of Ohio Congressman Jim Traficant.

He was a Delta Tau Delta fraternity member. In the year 2000, he got his Juris Doctor from Franklin Pierce Law Center in Concord, New Hampshire. He served in the Ohio State Senate for half a term after obtaining his Juris Doctor degree.

Representative of the United States

After Jim Traficant was convicted of felony charges in 2002, Ryan announced his candidacy for the 17th District.

The 17th, which had long been located in Youngstown, had been moved to the west as a result of redistricting following the 2000 census, and now covered most of Portage County and part of Akron. The 14th was removed in the redistricting of 2000. The bulk of it was drawn into fellow Democrat Sherrod Brown’s 13th District, but Sawyer’s home was drawn into the 17th. In a six-way Democratic primary that included Sawyer, he was initially seen as an underdog.

In the Democratic primary in 2002, he beat Sawyer. In the November 2002 general election, he ran against Republican Insurance Commissioner Ann Womer Benjamin and Traficant. He got 51 percent of the vote in the election.

In January 2003, he was appointed to the role. He was elected as the House’s youngest Democrat. He was 29 at the time.

He has been re-elected five times to the seat.

He was one of seven House members who opposed the Do-Not-Call Implementation Act. He was also one of eight members of Congress who voted against the FTC’s creation of the National Do Not Call Registry.

He was a part of the “30 Something” Working Group, a Congressional caucus made up of Democrats under the age of 40 in the United States House of Representatives.

He previously voted in favor of the Stupak Amendment, which bans federal funding of abortions. However, he later changed his mind about abortion and now considers himself pro-choice.

In 2010, he proposed the Currency Reform for Fair Trade Act. It was passed by the House but never made it to the Senate level.

In 2012, his district was renamed the 13th and moved westward, absorbing the majority of Akron.

In November 2016, he launched a movement to succeed Pelosi as House Minority Leader. Pelosi defeated Ryan by agreeing to give junior members more leadership opportunities.

He made it possible for Adi Othman to stay in the United States. Othman was an illegal immigrant in Youngstown, Ohio, who had been married to a US citizen for nearly 40 years and had four US-born children. He introduced a bill to Congress on many occasions. The bill was moving forward, and Othman should remain for the time being. However, after President Donald Trump ordered US Immigration and Customs Enforcement to increase the number of arrests and deportations of illegal immigrants, he was deported from the United States in February 2018.

Committees and caucuses are two types of groups that meet to discuss issues.

Ryan is a member of the following committees as of January 2019:

Appropriations Committee
Defense Subcommittee
Transportation, Housing, and Urban Development Subcommittee, and Related Agencies
The Budget Committee

Ryan belongs to the following caucuses:

Co-chair of the Congressional Addiction, Treatment and Recovery Caucus

Co-chair of the Congressional Manufacturing Caucus

United States Congressional International Conservation Caucus

Sportsmen’s Caucus

Congressional Arts Caucus

Ohio River Basin Congressional Caucus

Afterschool Caucuses

2020 Presidential Campaign

Ryan was widely seen as a possible presidential candidate for the 2020 presidential election following the 2018 midterms. He was seen traveling to early primary states such as Iowa and New Hampshire in February and March 2019. He announced his candidacy for President of the United States on 4 April 2019.


His book, A Mindful Nation was published in March 2012. The book is about the practice of mindfulness in both private and public life.

His other book, The Real Food Revolution was published in October 2014.

Who is Tim Ryan Married to?

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Tim Ryan is a married man. He is married to Andrea Zetts. They got married in 2013. The couple had a son, Brady, born in 2014.

He lives with Zetts’ two children from a previous relationship.

What is Tim Ryan’s Net Worth?

Tim Ryan is an American politician serving as the U.S. Representative for Ohio’s 13th congressional district. His salary is unknown. His net worth is not available at present.

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