|Aurora City Council Member At-Large|
November 2003 – 2011
September 8, 1977 |
Wilmington, North Carolina
|Alma mater||Columbia College, Regis University|
|Occupation||Naval Intelligence, Politician, Businessman|
Ryan L. Frazier (born September 8, 1977) is a United States public figure who is the managing director of Frazier Global Strategies, a small consulting firm. He is a former at-large member of the Aurora City Council and was the 2010 Republican candidate for United States House of Representatives Colorado's 7th congressional district. He was first elected as a councilman in 2003 and has served two terms.
Frazier leads his own small strategic consulting and professional services business, Frazier Global Strategies. He also contributes as an NBC-affiliate 9News 'Political Expert', a regular on FOX Business' ‘The Willis Report’ All-Star Panel, and FOX News Channel ‘Hannity’s’ Great American Panel.
He co-founded and currently serves as board president of High Point Academy, a pre-K through 8th grade public charter school, serving over 800 students. Frazier also is a member of the Colorado Boxing Commission since June 2013 
Aurora City Council
First elected to the non-partisan Aurora City Council in 2003 at the age of 26, Frazier was re-elected in 2007. During his tenure on the council, Frazier worked on the city budget, supported a public/private life-sciences city on the former Fitzsimmons Army Medical base, and led the adoption of Cop-Link, a system to connect law enforcement agencies to critical information, which has since gone into use across Colorado. Frazier also promoted "boundless playgrounds" for disabled children.
He has a reputation of being one of the most skilled orators in the Colorado GOP.
In April 2009, Frazier launched a preliminary campaign to run for the U.S. Senate seat held by Michael Bennet. Upon failing to raise sufficient funds to continue and not interested in a highly divisive party primary, Frazier ended his bid for the Senate and entered the race to challenge Ed Perlmutter, who has represented Colorado's 7th congressional district since 2007. Frazier lost to Perlmutter 53.1% to 42.1%. Libertarian Buck Bailey was also a candidate for the 7th Congressional District in 2010.
On September 5, 2012, the Romney for President campaign announced Frazier as a member of Governor Romney's Black Leadership Council.
Frazier has three children.
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