Hunter Crow

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Office sought: Arlington ISD Board of Trustees
County: Tarrant County
City: Arlington
Election Date: May 5, 2018.

About

Education: High School Diploma –  James Martin Senior High School
Occupation: College Student 

Hunter Crow was born on February 20, 1995 in Grand Prairie Texas and is a local resident of Arlington. Hunter graduated from the Arlington ISD James Martin Senior High School in the Class of 2014. Hunter is currently a student at the Tarrant County College District, seeking a degree in Information Technology Security.

Upon Graduation from High School, Hunter decided he wished to pursue a potential career in politics.  Hunter became a member of the Green Party of the United States and is a local member of the Tarrant County Green Party.  He volunteers as the Tarrant County Green Party Speakers Bureau Working Group Coordinator. In this capacity he is Responsible for recruiting and scheduling knowledgeable, trained, and articulate speakers to represent the Tarrant County Green Party at a variety of public venues.  In 2017 Hunter Crow was elected to the Tarrant County Green Party County Committee as a At-Large officer.

Hunter has been a candidate for an at-large position on the Arlington Independent School District School Board. He was defeated in the May 2017 election when he ran against 3-term Incumbent Bowie Hogg for Place 6. Hunter received 38.62% percent of the popular vote with 5,887 votes. 

Hunter Crow has announced the he will be seeking the Arlington Independent School District school board Place 5 position in 2018.

Issues

  • Public education in the Arlington ISD should provide everyone with the knowledge and full range of skills they require to participate fully in society and lead a fulfilled life.
  • Develop a Texas Education system that will nurture a desire to learn throughout life through a child-centered approach to learning which builds on the skills and interests of each individual child.
  • Public Education should be at the heart of our communities, and should promote equality, inclusivity, social and emotional well-being and responsibility and be democratically accountable to them.

To read more about Hunter's vision for AISD please read his platform statement.

Campaign Info

Because AISD Board of Trustees is not a partisan election, Hunter will not be on the 2018 Green Party of Texas Nominating Convention ballots.


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