FLORIDA: Political Prisoner Jeremy Brown receives enough petitions to get on the ballot for House District 62

Tampa Bay, FL – Jeremy Brown’s supporters have collected far beyond the number of petitions needed for him to qualify to run for Florida House of Representatives in District 62 while awaiting trial at Pinellas County Jail in Clearwater, Florida.

Their support stems from a growing belief among Americans that our country and its Constitutional foundation are under assault. In this regard, it is worth noting that citizens from over 20 Florida counties have supported getting Jeremy on the ballot with qualifying petitions. They see Jeremy’s run for office as one of their last best chances to highlight what they perceive as systemic improprieties in his case, that of the January 6 defendants in general, and the criminal justice system as a whole.

Jeremy Brown is a highly-decorated retired 20-year Green Beret with four war zone deployments in defense of his country. In March 2021 Jeremy became a whistleblower after the FBI attempted to recruit him to be a confidential informant to spy on Americans exercising their First Amendment rights. He refused, recorded the entire conversation, and exposed the FBI’s plan. Having been denied bail, he now sits in jail defending his Constitutional rights and those of all Americans, from the very institutions once established to protect those rights.

A Retired Special Forces Combat Veteran and volunteer firefighter born in Kentucky to a single mother, Jeremy was raised in North Carolina by his WWII Veteran Grandfather. Stationed across the country and having served around the world throughout his military career, Jeremy retired from the United States Army in Tampa where he’s been living for the past fourteen years. During that time, he has been a successful entrepreneur and ran for United States Congress in 2020, dropping out as a result of lack of funds and COVID restrictions.

The proud father of five daughters, Jeremy was preparing for a comfortable retirement with his girlfriend of eight years, exploring the American countryside by RV. Those plans were derailed on September 30, 2021 upon his arrest. Now Jeremy prepares to represent the rights of his fellow citizens as he launches a campaign that promises to be like no other.


Jeremy is a retired U.S. Army Special Forces Master Sergeant and volunteer Firefighter/EMT.

Use of military rank and job titles does not imply endorsement by the Department of the Army, the Department of Defense, U.S. Fire Administration, or the Department of Homeland Security.

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