Jeremiah Blocker is a leader we can trust. He selflessly served us in the US Air Force Reserve and the US Army Reserve, started his own small business, and volunteers his free time bettering our community.
Jeremiah graduated from law school in Jacksonville and earned his Master’s in History, Real Estate Development, and Entrepreneurship at different points of his life from the University of Florida, University of Miami School of Law, & Norwich University. Jeremiah served as an officer in the United States Army Reserve for more than a decade in many leadership positions. As a combat veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom, he commanded a Military Police company which aided the efforts in training Iraqi forces in the cities of Mosul & Tal Afar in Northern Iraq. Jeremiah has received many awards for his service including a Bronze Star Medal and continues to serve in the Air Force Reserve as a JAG officer with the rank of Major. After returning home from Iraq and graduating law school, Jeremiah went to work as a prosecutor in the State Attorney's Office where he helped to reduce crime in our communities.
Jeremiah and his wife live in Nocatee with their daughter. They attend St. John Paul II Catholic Church and enjoy volunteering with local causes such as Knights of Columbus, K9s for Warriors, and the Guardian Ad Litem Volunteer Program.
Jeremiah on the Issues
Fiscal Conservative — Jeremiah commits to always looking for ways to cut spending and balance our budget.
Lower Taxes — You work hard for your money, and you know how to spend it better than the government.
Putting Families First — Our community is only as strong as its families. That’s why Jeremiah will be a strong voice for the issues that matter most to families.
Keeping Our Community Safe — We shouldn’t have to get used to crime. Jeremiah will fight to provide our police and first responders everything they need to keep us safe.
Economic Development — We need to encourage businesses to grow and expand here in St. Johns County by creating a more competitive environment.