Mike Greenwell wins primary for District 5 Lee County Commissioner seat


LEE COUNTY, Fla. — Lee County voters decided on which republican candidate they wanted to see in the District Five Commission seat.

Mike Greenwell is currently holding that seat.

He was appointed to the Lee Board of County Commissioners back in July by Governor Ron DeSantis, to replace the late Frank Mann.

The other two running for the seat tonight were Republican John Albion and Republican Joseph Gambino.

After all your votes, roughly 69% selected Mike Greenwell on their ballots.

We met up with Greenwell after results came in and he said that was a big win for him.

Now he is looking forward to addressing infrastructure problems as well as water quality.


“Obviously they get to see my work ethic and what we are going to be able to do to hopefully see that I am serious about what I’m doing and I’m here to help the county,” Greenwell said. “And come on, Republicans, let’s win this thing and let’s make a difference.”

With this projected win, the former Red Sox player will go head-to-head against Democrat Matthew Wood in November.

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