Hi, I’m Glen Ellis and I’m running for Mayor of Fremont, Nebraska.
Our city is made up of families, artists, hard workers, innovators, students, educators, and leaders. As Mayor, I will represent each and every one of you with the same transparency and integrity I have displayed as Ward Two’s City Council Representative. For far too long, decisions have been made by our city leaders without your voice being heard. That is not right. When I say “Here. For you.” I mean I am physically present in our community day in and day out. I am here to listen to and help each individual, and our community as a whole.
I am a resident, entrepreneur, a husband, father of five, and a 2020 mayoral candidate hoping to show you that we can make our Fremont community better.
Especially those whose voices are often missed or overlooked.
Play the long game
Change the way communities view themselves, how they govern and how they make decisions.
Focus on what matters most
Common themes that become the foundation for sound decision-making emerges from resident’s shared stories.
Vote Glen Ellis
Mayor of Fremont, 2020
- Fremont City Council – Council Member
- Business Improvement District – Board Member
- Fremont Creative Collective – Founder, Board Member
- Fremont Downtown Development Group -Founder, Board Member
- Community Heart & Soul – Promoter
- Married to my high school sweetheart, Nancy, for 34 years
- Father of five: Brock, Bradley, Brian, Amy, and Brett
- Owner of Tucker, the best dog ever
Small Business Owner
- Sycamore Education – Educational Technology
- May Brothers Building – Real Estate Developer
- Milady Coffeehouse – Downtown Coffeehouse
- 1881 Pint Room – Local Brew & Wines
- Pioneer Stage – National & Local Entertainment
- Restorative: Adept at dealing with problems and resolving them
- Developer: Recognize and cultivate the potential in others
- Futuristic: Inspired by the future and what could be
- Ideation: Fascinated by ideas
- Belief: Have core values and out of these come defined purpose
Latest City News
This meeting was scheduled as a Special City Council Meeting because it was not a regularly scheduled meeting. We as a council were notified on March 18 about this meeting and were told it would be a very simple agenda where the city council would simply test the...
Even before I entered the City Council Chambers I could tell this was going to be a different kind of meeting. The crowd was bigger than normal and there was a stir in the air that was different. There were only 24 items on the agenda, considerably less than in past...
The night started out with two separate meetings being held before the City Council meeting even got started. First, the Open Public Comment was held at 6:30 pm. At 7:00 pm we started the night with the Community Development Agency meeting, then the Board of...
Together we the people achieve more than any single person could ever achieve alone. If you’d like to be part of something real that can make Fremont better, let’s start a conversation!