Glenn Patterson announces candidacy for Post 2 Commission seat

Election, Election 2018, News

BLUE RIDGE, Ga. – Glenn Patterson addressed the attendees at the Fannin County Republican Party meeting on Jan. 15: “I want to announce my candidacy for Post 2 Commissioner in Fannin County.”

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Glenn Patterson announces intentions to run for Fannin County Post 2 Commissioner.

Patterson, an educator of 33 years, has spent approximately 23 of those years as a teacher, administrator, and coach in Fannin County. Patterson was an administrator at East Fannin Elementary, West Fannin Elementary, and Blue Ridge Elementary. He went on to serve as a teacher and a coach at Fannin County High School.

Patterson spoke of growing up in Epworth and spending time in the Fannin County community as an adult: “These people, they are truly authentic, caring, loving people, and for that reason, I wanted to give back my time, my energy and my talents.”

Speaking of the incumbent and possible challenger for the Republican nomination, Larry Joe Sosebee, Patterson stated, “I know the incumbent. We went to school together, and I think he is a good man, but I want to offer my services to the county.”

Patterson added, “I want to be clear that I have no private agenda, or ax to grind, just the idea to help Fannin County be the best it can be.”

A graduate of Georgia State University with a bachelor’s degree in business administration, Patterson also holds a master’s degree in education and a six-year specialist degree in education administration and supervision.

Patterson currently serves on the Board of Directors at the Fannin Christian Learning Center and is chairman for Fannin County Sports Hall of Fame.

Patterson concluded his announcement by stating, “I would consider it a privilege for your prayers and support as I go to this election. I am not a politician, but I would very much like to be a civil servant that would lead with a servant’s heart.”


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