Gulfport, Florida – Former Pinellas County Commissioner Neil Brickfield announced today his support for Jeremy Bailie in the campaign for State Representative, District 69.
“I have seen first-hand the dedication that Jeremy brings to everything that he does. For many, community service starts once they seek public office, but, Jeremy is the one who has shown a dedication to the community, a willingness to sacrifice to help those less fortunate, and give of himself to make a difference in the community long before he decided to run for office,” said Brickfield. “From his work as an attorney representing local businesses, to his work with the Drug Free America Foundation and the St. Pete Bar Foundation, I am confident that Jeremy will do the best job serving all of the people of Pinellas County in the Florida Legislature.”
Jeremy Bailie is an attorney with the St. Petersburg law firm, Abbey, Adams, Byelick & Mueller. He is a native Floridian and graduate of Stetson Law School. Jeremy has been endorsed by the Pinellas County Young Republicans and the Young Floridians for Opportunity.
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The Pinellas County Young Republicans have endorsed one of the own, Jeremy Bailie, in his race for State House of Representatives District 69! Jeremy is the current treasurer of the PCYRs and former Secretary. Picture (L-R) is past-President and candidate for HD 66, Berny Jacques; President, Tyler Payne; and Jeremy Bailie.
Jeremy is running to replace Rep. Kathleen Peters who is leaving the Legislature to run for Pinellas County Commission. District 69 covers a portion of St. Petersburg, Gulfport, South Pasadena, the beaches from Tierra Verde up to Reddington Shores, and a small portion of Pinellas Park and Lealman.
Commenting on the endorsement, President Tyler Payne said, “The main mission of the Young Republicans is to encourage young professionals to get involved in politics. Having two long time PCYR members running for State House is such a proud moment for our club. We are very excited to support both Jeremy and Berny in the coming year!”
Jeremy is on the Executive Committee of the Pinellas County-based Barney Masterson American Inn of Court. Due to his efforts, this Inn of Court was honored as one of the top Inns in the United States.
Jeremy, along with current Inn President, Amanda Felten, and past Inn President, Joelle Schultz, attended the American Inns of Court 2017 Celebration of Excellence at the United States Supreme Court as a representative of the Barney Masterson Inn of Court. Justices Alito, Kagan, and Gorsuch were special guests. The event included hundreds of attorneys and judges from around the country that are recognized as leaders in their field and community.
Speaking about the event, Jeremy said, “It was an incredible experience to hear from lawyers and judges from all around the country discuss how they work to improve the practice of law.”
Jeremy Bailie was recently interviewed by Mitch Perry from Florida Politics regarding his campaign for State House District 69. (more…)