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Vallejo City Unified School DistrictCandidate for Board Member

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Ryan Messano

3,663 votes (9.4%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Return education to excellence
  • Ensure children are safe
  • Give taxpayers the best education for children for the most competitive price



Naval Nuclear Power Attended Naval Nuclear Power School in Charleston, South Carolina, and graduated., Nuclear Power (2001)


Raised in Vallejo on welfare as the eldest of 18 children, did not graduate high school.  Joined the Nuclear Navy, and served aboard Nuclear Submarines.  Returned to Vallejo and in 2005 began in insurance making $11.00 an hour, with no benefits.  Seven years later, I was grossing $25,000 a month.   Still in the insurance industry.  Have my own website,, which has received 50,000 views in a little over two months. 

Political Beliefs

Political Philosophy

My political philosophy is simple and will be agreed with by everyone who understands the Constitution, those who wrote it, the Christian heritage of America, and history.  Low taxes, low regulations, and a small government empowers the common man.  Each of us has within us the capacity to make our own decisions without the government constantly trying to interfere and sticking it's nose into everyone's affairs.  That government governs best which governs least.  California is the poorest state in America with 20% of our population at or below poverty level.  We have 12% of the nation's population and 33% of the welfare recipients.  By empowering men and women based on character, not color, it gives an equal opportunity, not an equal outcome, on all.  We need quality to have Equality. 

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