By: Jarret Romanello
Jamie Fowler, a successful business manager, and longtime resident of St. Lucie County, recently announced her candidacy for St. Lucie County Commissioner for District 4.
The announcement comes nine months before the November 8 General Election to fill Commissioner Frannie Hutchinson’s seat on the dais. District 4 includes St. Lucie West, White City, Spanish Lakes, and Indian River Estates.
A Republican, she’s helped grow a small family business into a multi-million-dollar enterprise while managing state and local government contracts and a 40,000-acre cattle ranch.
As Community Outreach Manager for the Fort Pierce-based Tri-County Enterprise, Fowler coordinates the company’s charitable giving to organizations like the Boy Scouts of America, CASTLE, Life Builders of the Treasure Coast, and the St. Lucie Sheriff’s Police Athletic League.
Fowler values the community’s safety, and she wants to keep the county’s crime down during the area’s rapid growth. “I will work with our Sheriff and first responders to ensure we keep our community safe for families,” Fowler said.
With priorities that focus on small businesses, lowering taxes, controlling growth, and reducing traffic congestion, Fowler will fight to enhance the quality of life for residents countywide. “It’s our responsibility to ensure business leaders have the support they need while we scale our growth to accommodate residents’ comfort,” Fowler said.
When she’s not managing Tri-County operations, Fowler puts miles on the pavement to stay fit. The avid runner enjoys an active lifestyle with her husband Scott. ‘We need a Republican with the stamina to go the distance for our residents,” Fowler said.
Originally from Connecticut, Fowler has called St. Lucie County home for more than two decades and is eager to serve the neighbors she’s grown to know and love. “I’ll work tirelessly to give back to the community that has given so much to me,’ Fowler said.