By JUSTIN BARRASSO – May 10, 2018
Through hell, fire, and brimstone, Glenn Jacobs captured last week’s Republican mayoral primary election in Knox County, Tennessee.
Jacobs won the primary by 23 votes over two other candidates seeking the party’s nomination, Brad Anders and Bob Thomas.
“It’s really humbling,” said Jacobs. “When you ask someone for their vote, you are asking them to place their confidence in you as the steward of the community, so it was humbling that people placed their faith and trust in me. I am thankful and honored for the opportunity.”
The 51-year-old Jacobs is no stranger to Knox County or Tennessee, having called the Volunteer State home since 1995. He and his wife, Crystal, also run Exit Realty in Knoxville… Read the Full Story HERE