Welcome! My name is Jeremy Bosso. I’m a Constitutional Conservative, devoted to supporting and defending the Florida and United States Constitutions and the entire Bill of Rights. I’m an advocate for Life and Liberty, for more freedom and less government. I believe in free-markets, constitutionally-limited government, accountability and transparency in government, and protecting civil liberties. As a conservative, I believe that politicians in Tallahassee and Washington D.C. shouldn’t be running your life. I believe matters ought to be handled as close to the people as possible. I am an ardent supporter of the Tenth Amendment, which states:
“The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the States, are reserved to the States respectively, or to the people.”
I was born and raised in Pensacola, Florida. I was blessed to have such wonderful parents who served as examples of integrity, humility, a solid work ethic, volunteerism, and charity. I have been married to my wonderful wife, Trisha, for over fifteen years. We have three beautiful children. We are very active in the Church and local community. My wife and I homeschool our children and we are active in local homeschool groups, various community groups, and scouting (Trail Life USA and American Heritage Girls).
I graduated from Pine Forest High School. Following high school, I earned an Associate degree in Biochemistry from Pensacola Junior College (now Pensacola State College). I went on to the University of West Florida (UWF), where I completed a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry/Biochemistry. During college, I served for two terms as the President of the American Chemical Society-Student Affiliate. I also worked as an environmental technician with BDI Environmental, and later as an analytical chemist with Pegasus Laboratories. I was also an active member of the youth ministry team at my church. After completing my B.S., I worked as a chemist at the UWF Wetlands Research Laboratory for a couple years, before going on to work as a chemist for Severn Trent Laboratories (STL). After a few years at STL, I became the Technical Director for the UWF Wetlands Research Laboratory. Since then, I developed an interest in the health science field, and earned a Master’s degree in Public Health.
Community Service and Advocacy:
I have been blessed in so many ways. As such, I have sought to give back to the community. For the past 20 years, I have been serving on the front lines of the pro-life movement, advocating for women and children, the poor and homeless. My wife and I co-Chair the Little Flower Citywide Pro-Life Committee and have worked with the Emerald Coast Coalition for Life. These groups have advocated for and assisted women and children in obtaining much needed resources, and promoted a culture of life. We have raised funds and resources for pregnancy centers and shelter(s) for women and children. We have worked with organizations such as 40 Days for Life. I have also served as the Faculty Advisor for the UWF Students for Life.
In 2007, I joined the United States Coast Guard Auxiliary, and have served as a Flotilla Staff Officer for several years and also as a Vessel Examiner. I have received certifications for Department of Homeland Security Emergency Management training, and have been awarded several citations, including one for Operational Merit for my efforts during the Deep Water Horizon oil spill response.
Growing up in Pensacola, it is easy to see how much we depend on our waterways and natural resources. For over a decade, I have worked with private, state and local stakeholders on various environmental remediation and monitoring projects. I have been a member of the Florida Society of Environmental Analysts. I was also acknowledged in the Journal of Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics for analytical work for atmospheric deposition of mercury and major ions to the Pensacola watershed.
I am a member of the Republican Liberty Caucus and the Panhandle Republican Liberty Caucus, groups that work to advance the principles of personal liberty, individual rights, limited government and free markets. I have also served as the Faculty Advisor for Young Americans for Liberty (UWF).
As a supporter of the right to keep and bear arms, I am a member of Florida Carry and the National Association for Gun Rights. In addition, I founded “Escambia Carry,” a local grassroots group dedicated to advancing the fundamental right of all Floridians to keep and bear arms for self-defense as guaranteed by both the United States Constitution and the Florida Constitution.
We must continue the fight for more freedom and less government, and for the preservation of the Florida and U.S. Constitutions and the entire Bill of Rights.