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Glenn, Annette (R)State Representative District 98
Rep. Glenn was first elected to the House on Nov. 6, 2018 when she defeated Democrat Sarah SCHULZ by securing 52% of the vote.
Glenn defeated on other Republican in the August primary where she won 56.9% of the vote.
In 2020, Glenn won her second term after running unopposed in the August prinmary. She easily defeated Schulz in a second match-up - 58.4% to 41.5%.
She has served in multiple legislative offices, both at the state and federal levels. She also has managed several political campaigns including those for Congress, Lt. Governor, state Supreme Court and multiple state House and Senate campaigns.
To read MIRS biography of Rep. Glenn, click here.
Glenn attended Boise State University and served as the College Republican chair as well as state chair.
Glenn and her husbad Gary live in Larkin Township and celebrated their 35th wedding anniversary in 2018. They have five children and four grandchildren.
She currently serves on the board of directors of a demographic analytics and marketing think tank, and she is also a long-time Scouting volunteer. She is the mother of four Eagle Scout sons and has served as volunteer treasurer for the Midland Flames boys' basketball team and the Fleet Feet youth track team.
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