Raemi Eagle Glenn Announces Run for House District 22
Press release from Raemi Eagle-Glenn for State Representative
GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Former Alachua County Commissioner and Governor Ron DeSantis appointee, Raemi Eagle-Glenn, has filed her paperwork to become the next State Representative from District 22.
“Florida’s success is a testament to conservative principles in action. After Governor DeSantis appointed me to the Alachua County Commission, I fought for those same conservative principles to make my community a better place. Now, I’m ready to take that fight to Tallahassee to keep our state a beacon of freedom, liberty, and opportunity,” Eagle-Glenn said.
“As a constitutional conservative, I will always stand up for the values we hold dear – protecting free markets from government interference, defending our children in the classroom, empowering parents to have greater control of their child’s future, and defending our state from the failures of the federal government. Working with Governor DeSantis, we will continue to make Florida the greatest state in the country,” Eagle-Glenn finished.
Raemi Eagle-Glenn is a grassroots political activist and community leader. She currently serves as the Alachua Republican State Committeewoman, having previously served as a precinct committeewoman. She is a vocal advocate for election reform and freedom of speech, and she rallied against authoritarian pandemic lockdown measures, forced masking, and forced vaccination.
Ms. Eagle-Glenn moved to Gainesville to attend the University of Florida Levin College of Law in 2008 with her husband and two young daughters. Raemi and her husband have been married for 20 years, and their girls have grown into young women. Raemi grew up on both the shores of the Gulf of Mexico in Lee County, Florida, and of Lake Superior, Michigan, where she is a member of the Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians.
This is great news.
Way to go Raemi! Wishing you a successful campaign and looking forward to seeing you as our next State Rep
Raemi, you have my vote!
Career politician in the making. And pulling the Native American race card. Are you sure there’s no Chestnut or Hanrahan in your blood?
WHAT ABOUT PUTTING GRU UNDER CONTROL OF THE PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION? WHAT ABOUT MUNICIPAL VOTING RIGHTS FOR CUSTOMERS OF GRU. BETTER YET WHAT ABOUT A CHOICE OF UTILITY PROVIDERS. YOU GOTTA DO BETTER THAT THAT INTRO. BTW, WHAT DID YOU ACCOMPOLISH IN THE INTERM POSITION ON THE BOCC??? WE NEED NOT JUST A PRETTY FACE IN OFFICE, BUT A BACKBONE.
What about switching off all caps?
I DO LIKE A PRETTY FACE AND ONE THAT DOESN’T WEAR A MASK!
HEY JOHNNY, EVER HEARD OF
SPRINGS COUNTY? YOU WON’T
HAVE TO PUT UP WITH GRU TYRANNY THERE!
She’s got my vote unless of course I happen to commit a felony before the election. Oh….never mind….this is Alachua county and they let them vote here. Right??