Richard Grenell Endorses Brian Clowdus for State House

Richard Grenell Endorses Brian Clowdus for State House

Clowdus adds to lengthy endorsement list

Jim McCool
Jim McCool
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October 6, 2021

In Florida House District 6, the iconic Brian Clowdus (R-FL) has compiled a list of elite endorsements for his campaign.  Now, Trump Administration Director of National Intelligence Richard Grenell has endorsed Clowdus.

With the 2022 midterm elections around the corner, Florida seems like the place to be.  However, Florida’s 6th district for state House has proven to be highly anticipated as the Republican primary alone has brought in some big names from around the political world.

As of today, Roger Stone and Rep. Anthony Sabatini (R-32) will join Director Grenell in their support for Brian Clowdus in the panhandle.

Richard Grenell is an American Diplomat and political advisor.  He has served his country honorably in a host of roles: as a US State Department spokesperson in the early 2000s and most recently as the Ambassador to Germany where he was nominated by President Donald Trump (R) and confirmed by the US Senate in 2018.  In 2020, President Trump elevated Grenell to a Cabinet level position; naming him the Acting Director of National Intelligence.

“I know Brian Clowdus personally and he is the exact patriot we need in Florida,” said Richard.  “Brian is passionate, cares deeply about the community and will be a great example of servant leadership for Bay County. I am proud to endorse my friend Brian Clowdus for the Florida State House and urge Floridians to join his campaign.”

“I am truly honored to receive this endorsement from my friend and mentor, Ric Grenell” said Clowdus.  “Ric has been on the frontlines fighting for and advocating for President Trump and his America First policies since day one.  He is the perfect example of an America First Patriot and I am so glad to not only have his support, but have him on my team as well.”

Jim McCool

Jim McCool

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