Bob Glenn will move state forward with Senate victory
Owensboro City Commissioner Bob Glenn is running for the state’s 8th Senate District which includes Daviess, McLean and Hancock counties.
A 30-year resident of Owensboro, Glenn is a tenured professor of communications at Kentucky Community & Technical College where he also coaches the debate team.
He is currently completing his third term as an Owensboro city commissioner and in 2016, he was elected mayor pro tem by earning the most votes among 10 challengers.
Glenn has actively served on no fewer than 17 community and civic organizations and is a strong proponent of education.
With his experience in education and as a three-term city commissioner overseeing the growth in Owensboro, Glenn says it makes him well suited to represent his district.
Glenn believes working families, teachers, farmers, seniors, and public employees deserve a strong and caring voice in Frankfort. Glenn has witnessed public education’s positive impact in his community every day.
“The policy initiatives of the Bevin administration represent a war against the poor, the middle class, union workers, seniors, retirees, and public education,” Glenn said.
Glenn believes in the greatness of our people and our state. He feels the key to moving western Kentucky and the commonwealth forward is supporting public education, promoting workforce development at all levels, reforming our tax and pension system, and supporting economic growth that plays to our area’s strengths.