- Name: Paul Ryan
- Age: 48 years old
- Height: 6ft 1in (186 cm)
- Occupation: Politician
- Net Worth: US $7 Million
- Status: Alive
Paul Ryan is a Republican Congressman currently serving as speaker of the House. He is the 54th speaker of the U.S House of Representatives and the youngest to grace such position in over 150 years. He is renowned for being the running mate of former Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney in the 2012 campaign. He is also associated with the passage of Medicare and Tax reform. Ryan was born on January 29, 1970, in Janesville, Wisconsin. He is the youngest of four children and is son to Paul Sr. and Betty Ryan. His father was an attorney and his mother was a stay home mom. Ryan attended Joseph A Craig High School. He later earned an economic and political science degree at Miami University at Ohio in 1992. From performing odd jobs, while out of school, to entering the House, Paul Ryan, a committed conservative, aims toward enhancing the lifestyle of Americans.
Post graduation, Paul Ryan worked as a Marketing Consultant. He soon moved to Washington D.C in 1992 to work with various senators. He worked as an aide to Senator Bob Kasten and later work with former congressman Jack Kemp. In 1998, he moved back to Janesville where he won his first election to the House at the age of 28. Ryan then became an advocate for the First Congressional District representing Wisconsin. In 2008, he gained major recognition for his writing “The Roadmap of America’s Future.” The text focuses on spurring economic growth, which includes but not limited to, fixing broken tax codes, reforming medicare, and improving social security. In 2011, Paul Ryan became chairman of the House Budget Committee. He was faced with the task of balancing budget, lifting the U.S debt, and spurring economic growth. He released his budget proposal in his work “The Path to Prosperity.”
In the 2012 Presidential campaign, Ryan was elected to be running mate of the Republican Presidential nominee Mitt Romney. It instantly became one of the brightest highlight of his career. Despite losing to Barack Obama, Ryan continued to have positive impact throughout the House. He is credited with the negotiation of a bi-partisan budget deal with Democratic Senator Patty Murray. In 2015, Paul Ryan became chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee. He challenged tax codes, social security, medicare, and trading agreements. Later that year, he was elected speaker of the House becoming the youngest to hold the position in over a century.
In the 2016 Presidential campaign, Ryan initially delayed his approval of Republican nominee Donald Trump but would eventually endorse him. Despite such endorsement, he still rejected a variety of Trump’s proposals. Tension between Ryan and Trump would mount as Trump refused to endorse him in a senate race. He too would eventually come around and promulgated his support for Ryan. On March 7, 2017, Paul Ryan was responsible for explaining the American Health Care Act; a plan aimed at repealing and replacing Obama-care. The bill was dubbed by some conservative Republicans as “Obama-care 2.0.” Despite a major legislature setback in March, he was eventually successful and the Bill was produced in May 2017. Tax Reform is another area in which Ryan had seen recent success. Despite numerous setbacks, Paul Ryan and Republicans reached their long desired goal with the passage of the Trillion Dollar Tax Bill in December 2017. As of now, he is currently serving his 10th term in the House.PERSONAL
Paul Ryan height is 6ft 1in. He has an estimated net worth of around $7 Million USD. He is married to Janna Little and has three children; Liza, Charlie, and Sam. His father died after suffering a heart attack.
Paul Ryan Age, Birthday, Salary, Wiki
- Birth Name: Paul Davis Ryan Jr.
- Birthday: January 29, 1970
- How Old : Age: 48 years old
- Place of Birth: Janesville, Wisconsin, United States
- Zodiac Sign: Aquarius
- How Tall : Height: 6ft 1in (186 cm)
- Occupation: Politician
- Net Worth & Salary: US $7 Million
- Marriage(s): Janna Little
- Death-O-Meter: Alive