Unlike Candidates Who Are All Talk, Binkley Is Taking Action As He Visits The Peach State Saturday
PERRY, GA (August 24, 2023) – Following a political spectacle that featured candidates who were heavy on swagger and short on substance, presidential candidate Ryan Binkley is forging ahead with his campaign as he visits Georgia to share his plans to improve the economy, reform immigration policy and unite Americans around common-sense solutions.
“We are in trouble, and we need an economic revival. My expertise is in finance,” said Binkley, founder and CEO of the mergers and acquisitions firm Generational Group. “We are starting to see the ramifications of years of poor fiscal policy. It’s time for a new approach. My campaign just released an Economic Rescue Plan to balance the federal budget in seven years. I’m asking the Republican Party to think differently.”
“Our message is about the people. We’re so divided. We’re so broken as a country. It’s time to end the division,” Binkley said. “I will lead our country to get away from partisan politics. To solve our big problems like inflation and border security, we have to do it together.”
Binkley is a businessman and pastor in Dallas who was born in Columbus, Ga., and lived in Alpharetta many years. He met his wife, Ellie, at Victory World Church in Norcross, Ga. Ellie immigrated to Carrollton, Ga., with her family from South Korea at the age of 6. After Ryan and Ellie tied the knot at Victory World Church, the couple served as staff pastors at the church, directors of the Metro Atlanta Masters Commission and directors of a young adult ministry school.
Binkley co-founded Generational Group after the couple moved to the Dallas area to help Binkley’s father run the family business. Under Binkley’s leadership as CEO, Generational Group has grown to nearly 400 employees with 16 offices in North America and has sold over 8 billion dollars’ worth of businesses.
Binkley and his wife co-founded Create Church in the Dallas area to care for all members of the community through teaching God’s word, urban missions, food drives, youth ministry and marriage support. The Binkleys live in Richardson, Texas, and have five high school and college-aged children. As founder of The Way to Freedom nonprofit, Binkley combines the wisdom of a businessman and the heart of a pastor to present solutions to our nation’s biggest problems.
“The problems we face, and the blame we lay, can all be rectified if we look to God, find the good in our fellow Americans and resolve to trust each other one more time,” Binkley said. “We’re excited by the responses we’re getting from the crowds everywhere we go. Americans are hungry for a vision that will unite us and put us back on the way to freedom.”
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