Raemi Eagle-Glenn

Raemi Eagle-Glenn
Raemi Eagle-Glenn
District 1
Term Expires: 11/2022
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Raemi Eagle-Glenn was appointed to the Commission by Florida Governor Ron DeSantis to fill the seat vacated by Mary Alford’s resignation. Commissioner Eagle-Glenn is a grassroots political activist and community organizer. She currently serves as the Alachua Republicans State Committeewoman, having served prior as a precinct committeewoman. She has been a vocal advocate for election reform, freedom of speech, and has rallied against authoritarian pandemic lock down measures, forced masking, and forced vaccination.

Commissioner Eagle-Glenn is an attorney whose greatest legal achievements were won in the area of Justice Reform. Her work with the Office of the Pardon Attorney under President Obama led to an historical grant of presidential clemency for an elderly inmate serving a two-decade sentence for a non-violent drug trafficking conviction. Her pro bono legal work won sentence reductions for several minority inmates. She has also represented clients pro bono in cases involving the First Amendment, Eighth Amendment protection against cruel and unusual punishment, and the right to run for elected office.

Ms. Eagle-Glenn moved to Gainesville to attend the University of Florida Levin College of Law in 2008 with her husband, Chad, and two young daughters, Bella and Sera. Raemi and Chad have been married almost 20 years, and the girls have grown into young women. They have a household full of rescue cats in Haile Plantation. 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.

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