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Temecula Valley Unified School DistrictCandidate for Trustee, Trustee Area 4

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Ryan A. Blair

988 votes (11.01%)
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My Top 3 Priorities

  • Developing school programs based on students needs and wants in the community, not what is dictated to us by be Washington Bureaucrats.
  • Increase security in security in schools with implementing programs similiar to the Federal Marshal used by the TSA to protect our airlines.
  • Increase budget for fine arts, exercise sports sceince and provide more counselors accessible to students.



Ryan Blair graduated from Vanguard University in 1999 with a BS in Exercise Sports Sceince and a minor in Biology, Mathematics and Youth Ministry. In 2011, Ryan recieved his Masters in Industrial Organizational Psychology while working at RQ Construction in Carlsbad California. During college he played baseball on the Vanguard University from 1996 - 1999. After college and a short stint playing professional baseball in Las Vegas, NV he moved back to California and began a career in construction. After 13 years in the construction industry Ryan open an office in Temecula California for Bristol Alliance of Companies where he works today building projects for the Departement of Defense in and around the SW area of the United States.

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Political Philosophy

Every community is a micro-organism of a bigger macro-organism. The community should and can be responsible for deciding the educational needs of its communities students / children. The requirements or wants of Temecula, CA residents may vary from the wants or requirements for community members living in Modesto, CA. The State and Federal governments (Macro-organisms) should support the local communities by providing funds and general outline of what should be taught to the communities students. Bureacrats in Washington DC and Sacramento should not be dictating how the community of Temecula teach their children. The people of Temecula are more than capable of deciding what their children need to be successful in life.

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