This article is about the governor of Lohana. For other uses, see Ryan Hadler (disambiguation).
Ryan Hadler, 3rd Governor of Lohana

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January 2007 - January 2019
Political Party
Birth Name
Ryan Joseph Hadler
August 15, 1972 (age 49)
Northampton, present-day Lohana
Preceded by
Succeeded by
David D'Abbellis

Ryan Joseph Hadler (born August 15, 1972) is a Dragoonish politician who served as governor of Lohana from 2007 to 2019. He assumed office in January of 2007, defeating and replacing Wilmer Planoff, who left office as "the worst governor of Lohana". Hadler won the governor election of 2006 because he promised to undo Planoff's damage and restore the Lohana government to "pre-2005 condition". Hadler promised to restore the "Wilson-style" government that first governor Michael Bercroft-Wilson had lived by (and that Planoff lived by until he began messing up). He won re-election in the 2012 Lohana governor's race, defeating Ben Brochmead. While he remains wildly popular with the people of Lohana, Hadler could not run in the 2018 election because of a rule that went into effect in 2007. He is eligible to run again in the next election, and has stated intentions to do so.

Early life and family[]

Hadler was born on August 15, 1972, in the city of Northampton, in the northern part of what is now the Dragoonasag state of Lohana. He is the younger son of politician Christopher Hadler and Gabrielle Hadler (née Murstahl). Hadler is a grandson of former Zinrico senator David Murstahl. He attended Northampton High School in Northampton. He was a star athlete on his high school's sports teams. Hadler was raised in Northampton's Evergreen community.

Upon graduating from high school, Hadler went to Alkarron Law School in Liberty to study law.