Hunter Crow Gets 38% of Vote Against Long-term Incumbent
On Saturday, May 6, Hunter Crow, a candidate our county party endorsed, ran for a position on the Arlington ISD Board of Trustees garnering over 38% of the vote in his attempt to unseat a 3-term incumbent, Bowie Hogg.
Receiving over 5800 votes, running on a platform that was entirely Green-friendly, is a significant marker for Tarrant County Greens.
It is a measurement of how the party platform can successfully translate into everyday local issues.
Greens' 10 Key Values
Grassroots democracy, one of our Ten Key Values, is all-important in local elections. With Green Party candidates continuing to gain a foothold in electoral politics, against an intransigent duopoly and an establishment conservative base, Crow's turnout vote must be seen as positive momentum.
Congratulations, Hunter Crow, on a great race!