Albany, New York, U.S.
|🏫 Education||Johns Hopkins University|
University of Pennsylvania (B.A.)
University of Virginia School of Law (J.D.)
Policy strategist, entrepreneur, commentator
|📆 Years active||2007 - Present|
|🏛️ Political party||Republican|
Erich Reimer (born 1990) is an American entrepreneur, politician, and political and financial commentator.
|Service/||United States Army|
|Years of service||2018 - Present|
Political and media career
He served as a national Democratic Party youth leader for several years and Chair of the Board of Directors of the National Youth Association, before expressing discontent in the 2012 election and later switching to the Republican Party.
He served as a Republican Party state party official in Virginia during the 2016 election. He also served as Chair of the Charlottesville City Republican Party.
As a political commentator, he writes a nationally syndicated column, "The Conservative Voice"; columns for conservative national media outlets such as TownHall.com, The American Spectator, and Fox News. He also has been an analyst and Host of Tech Investment Insights at Seeking Alpha.
Reimer wrote the 2018 book A Time Like No Other: One American's Journey Through The 2016 Election And After, detailing his views on the 2016 United States presidential election.
In 2018 Reimer joined the United States Army.
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- Blake Neff (March 29, 2016). "UVA Illegal Immigrant Group Demands 'Xenophobes' Be Barred From Student Government". The Daily Caller.
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- Peck, Louise (March–April 2014). "Is This the Next Bill Gates?". Bethesda Magazine p.4. Retrieved 30 November 2018.
- "We Need Intelligence Community Neutrality Right Now," The Rush Limbaugh Show, December 15, 2017.
- Kyle Cheney (October 9, 2016). "Will the Electoral College turn on Trump?". Politico.
- Kyle Cheney. "The People Who Pick The President". Politico.
- Val Thompson. "Political Tuesday: A Virginia Elector". CBS 19.
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- "2016 RNC Electors" (PDF). Virginia Department of Elections.
- Jenna Wichterman (May 1, 2017). "U.Va. Law student to serve as Chair of Charlottesville Republican Party". Cavalier Daily.
- "New leaders selected for city, county GOP groups". The Daily Progress. April 19, 2017.
- Val Thompson (May 9, 2017). "Political Tuesday: Reaction to Council Votes". CBS 19.
- Gene Johnson (May 15, 2017). "Torch-Wielding White Supremacists Protest Confederate Statue Removal". Talking Points Memo.
- "Mayor: Torch-lit protest in Charlottesville, Va. "harkens back to the days of the KKK"". CBS News. May 15, 2017.
- Leandra Bernstein (December 5, 2017). "RNC renews support for Roy Moore amid allegations, polls hint at a GOP victory in Alabama". WJLA.
- Hemant Mehta (August 13, 2017). "Conservative Blames Atheists for Forcing Courthouse to Remove Religious Phrase". Patheos.
- Richard Craver (February 6, 2018). "Fed growth restrictions on Wells Fargo takes toll on bank's share price". Winston-Salem Journal.
- Lisk (June 30, 2018). "Lisk on Twitter". Twitter.
- Reimer, Eric (8 May 2018); A Time Like No Other: One American's Journey Through The 2016 Election And After, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. ISBN 1718909888 Search this book on .
- Erich Reimer (October 6, 2018). "More Americans Must Serve – And Now I Will". Townhall.com.
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