Retired Master Sergeant Ronnie Glynn, a small business owner and father of four, served with honor and distinction for over 23 years in the United States Army. He continues to serve his community as a mentor to youths through Big Brothers Big Sisters of America. Answering the call to serve once more, Ronnie's focus will be on jobs, education, and healthcare. He plans to build his work and service experience to bring positive and productive change to the lives of everyday Tennesseans.
As an outsider, Ronnie has a realistic approach to the problems people might face. Ronnie doesn't believe himself to be a know it all but he does believe that you must have the willingness to listen to all sides to find the best approach. As someone you can count on, he's the best person for the job to stand up for issues that affect the community.
Recent NewsThursday, September 10, 2020 11:35 AM
CLARKSVILLE, Tenn. (CLARKSVILLENOW) – Ronnie Glynn, the Democratic candidate for District 22 in Tennessee Senate, spoke Wednesday afternoon at the Clarksville Civitan Club about effective communication and his campaign for public office.
Friday, August 21, 2020 4:15 PM
Tennessee state Rep. Jason Hodges wanted to do something about the soaring cost of insulin. He learned that in the United States, the average list price for insulin tripled from 2002 to 2013 and then doubled from 2012 to 2016, forcing some diabetics to spend as much as $1,200 a month. So he wrote a bill to forbid any pharmacy in Tennessee from charging more than $100 for a 30-day insulin supply, thinking that would force drug companies to lower their prices.
Friday, August 21, 2020 4:14 PM
Montgomery County has another COVID-19 death – the third one this week – bringing the total deaths here to 16.
Thursday, July 16, 2020 12:17 PM
The Tennessee AFL-CIO Labor Council has officially endorsed Ronnie Glynn for TN Senate District 22. Ronnie is proud to stand for workers’ rights and safety which has always been the forefront of the union’s mission. He will fight for higher wages, safer working conditions, and other worker-friendly policies to encourage a greater quality of life for all Tennesseans.
Tuesday, July 14, 2020 9:14 PM
More than 122,000 Tennesseans have lost their healthcare coverage because they are out of work due to COVID-19. This is why Tennessee must expand Medicaid.
Thursday, June 4, 2020 9:16 PM
A Nashville judge ruled Thursday that voters under 60 may request an absentee ballot due to the COVID-19 pandemic, making Tennessee one of the last states to expand mail-in voting in the nation.