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

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 5,887 votes. in 2018 I also ran for position 5 for the Arlington isd board against appointed incumbent Justin chapa and secured 2,132 votes on may 5th 2018

Hunter Crow has announced the he will be seeking the office of the Tarrant community county college Board of Trustees District #7 for the May 4th 2019 elections.


In a highly competitive global economy, we need the best-educated workforce in the world. It is insane and counter-productive to the best interests of our country and our future, that hundreds of thousands of bright young people cannot afford to go to college, and that millions of others leave school with a mountain of debt that burdens them for decades. That shortsighted path to the future must end.

I will fight to make sure that every American who studies hard in school can go to college regardless of how much money their parents make and without going deeply into debt.


 

My. Public Education platform 

I believe that all students deserve the opportunity to receive an affordable, quality education from the earliest stages of schooling to high-level degrees

I will support legislative bills to make public colleges and universities tuition-free, as well as to drastically reduce interest rates on student loan debt.


College Tuition: All public colleges and universities should be tuition free.

Early Childhood Education: We need high-quality, affordable early childhood education.

Educators: Colleges and universities should hire more faculty and increase their percentage of tenured and tenure-track professors.

Financial Aid: Students should not have to reapply for financial aid every year.

K-12 Education: No Child Left Behind should be seriously overhauled.

Student Loans: Student loan interest rates should be heavily reduced.

Work Study: Colleges and universities should expand work study programs to include all interested students.

DREAMers: Children brought into America undocumented at a young age need to be given a fair and attainable opportunity to remain in the U.S., get an education, and contribute to the economy.





My Proposed 2019-2022 Institutional Strategic Plan for The Tarrant County College District

1. Work with local educational partners to promote opportunities at TCCD and equip incoming students with the skills and resources needed for college success

2. Engage TCCD students and assist in their progress towards educational and job training goals

3. Increase TCCD student achievement and completion of educational and job training goals

4. Ensure the fiscal stability of TCCD as it transitions to a community supported district

5. Enhance collaboration between TCCD and community & civic partners

Adopted by Hunter Crow for TCCD 2019  Planning & Budget Committee



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November 23, 2018

Ballot Access Achieved $200 dollars successfully raised

 I would like to personaly think 

Cliff Yankovich and Timothy Runkle

for their kind contributions and I would also to thank Joy Davis,Scott Cove,Linnea Maravell,Hilda J Richey, James J Newland, Kevin McCormick for donationing in recent months thanks to all of you

I have successfully secured a ballot access line and you all helped me ensured the first ever Tarrant County College Board of Trustees District #7 election will take place for the first time in over 30 years and now for the first time in my  District History Voter's will have a alternative choice on the ballot 

One that will bring the much needed change


November 21, 2018

Ballot Access Update

I just received a $25 dollar contribution it's still greatly appreciated And I would like to thank everyone and 

Kevin McCormick


for helping me get this far

To date I have raised a total of $155 dollars in campaign contributions and I am officially $45

Dollars away from reaching the required $200 dollar amount to secure a place on the Tarrant County College Board of Trustees District 7 2019 May 4th general election Ballot I'm hoping to pay off and turn in the required $200 dollars filling fee by January 17th 2019 once that is done Tarrant County College District #7 will have its first ever election in nearly over 30 years my opponent Louise Appleman has ran unopposed for over 30 years and it's important that the residents of my district has a alternative voice in the Tarrant County College District #7 general election so that the much needed change can finally take place

right now

November 11, 2018

Ballot Access Update

I just received a $25 dollar contribution it's still greatly appreciated And I would like to thank everyone and 

James J Newland

for helping me get this far

To date I have raised a total of $130 dollars in campaign contributions and I am officially $70

Dollars away from reaching the required $200 dollar amount to secure a place on the Tarrant County College Board of Trustees District 7 2019 May 4th general election Ballot I'm hoping to pay off and turn in the required $200 dollars filling fee by January 17th 2019 once that is done Tarrant County College District #7 will have its first ever election in nearly over 30 years my opponent Louise Appleman has ran unopposed for over 30 years and it's important that the residents of my district has a alternative voice in the Tarrant County College District #7 general election so that the much needed change can finally take place

right now

Higher Education is facing a critical funding crisis. Departments are closing, students are being forced to pay increasing fees for their education, lecturers are working longer hours and receiving worsening pay and conditions and the student to tutor ratio is increasing this is unacceptable

not to mention Our Tarrant County government has lost sight of who it serves and how it serves them. We need ethical government leaders acting as true civil servants in order to bring real change to this country.

 

November 10, 2018

Ballot Access Update

I just received a $25 dollar contribution it's still greatly appreciated And I would like to thank everyone and Hilda J Richey

for helping me get this far

To date I have raised a total of $105 dollars in campaign contributions and I am officially $95

Dollars away from reaching the required $200 dollar amount to secure a place on the Tarrant County College Board of Trustees District 7 2019 May 4th general election Ballot I'm hoping to pay off and turn in the required $200 dollars filling fee by January 17th 2019 once that is done Tarrant County College District #7 will have its first ever election in nearly over 30 years my opponent Louise Appleman has ran unopposed for over 30 years and it's important that the residents of my district has a alternative voice in the Tarrant County College District #7 general election so that the much needed change can finally take place

right now

Higher Education is facing a critical funding crisis. Departments are closing, students are being forced to pay increasing fees for their education, lecturers are working longer hours and receiving worsening pay and conditions and the student to tutor ratio is increasing this is unacceptable

not to mention Our Tarrant County government has lost sight of who it serves and how it serves them. We need ethical government leaders acting as true civil servants in order to bring real change to this country.

November 2, 2018

Ballot Access Updated

I recently received a $1 dollar contribution even though it isn't much it's still greatly appreciated And I would like to thank everyone for helping me get this far

To date I have raised a total of $81.16 dollars in campaign contributions and I am officially $119

Dollars away from reaching the required $200 dollar amount to secure a place on the Tarrant County College Board of Trustees District 7 2019 May 4th general election Ballot I'm hoping to pay off and turn in the required $200 dollars filling fee by January 17th 2019 once that is done Tarrant County College District #7 will have its first ever election in nearly over 30 years my opponent Louise Appleman has ran unopposed for over 30 years and it's important that the residents of my district has a alternative voice in the Tarrant County College District #7 general election so that the much needed change can finally take place

right now

Higher Education is facing a critical funding crisis. Departments are closing, students are being forced to pay increasing fees for their education, lecturers are working longer hours and receiving worsening pay and conditions and the student to tutor ratio is increasing this is unacceptable

not to mention Our Tarrant County government has lost sight of who it serves and how it serves them. We need ethical government leaders acting as true civil servants in order to bring real change to this country.

Should I get elected I promise to restore the commitment to Educational Excellence 

also I believe

Higher Education is essential in developing a civilized society. Education should continue to be treated as a process and not a product and I promise to restore that philosophy as well as fiduciary responsibility and government ethics and lastly compassion to the Tarrant County College District

if you anyone were to support my candidacy I promise you won't be disappointed

October 2, 2018

Ballot Access UPDATE

just Received another $10 dollar contribution earlier this morning so that's $120 left to go  before I reach the required $200 amount to pay off the filling fee according to the election bylaws of the Tarrant County College District  

The board of trustees of a district with a population greater than  one million may require that an application filed by a person desir- ing election to a numbered position on the board be accompanied  by a filing fee not to exceed $200 or, instead of the filing fee, a peti- tion signed by a number of registered voters of the district not to  exceed 200 as determined by the board. Education Code  130.044(g)

So the $200 should be more than enough to pay off the filing fee if it exists.

So far I have currently raised $80 Dollars to date I would like to thank

Linnea Maravell

 for helping me get this far in my campaign for the Tarrant County College Board of Trustees District #7

I would also like to thank those who previously contributed to my campaign

Scott Cove and Joy Davis to whom I'm enternaly grateful to

September 7, 2018

Ballot Access Update

just got a 50 dollar contribution earlier this evening so that puts it to a $130 left to go  before I reach the required $200 amount to pay off the filling fee according to the election bylaws of the Tarrant County College District  

The board of trustees of a district with a population greater than 
one million may require that an application filed by a person desir-
ing election to a numbered position on the board be accompanied 
by a filing fee not to exceed $200 or, instead of the filing fee, a peti-
tion signed by a number of registered voters of the district not to 
exceed 200 as determined by the board. Education Code 
130.044(g)

So the $200 should be more than enough to pay off the filing fee if it exists.


So far I have currently raised $70 Dollars to date I would like to thank

Scott Cove and Joy Davis for helping me get this far in my campaign for the Tarrant County College Board of Trustees District #7

August 19, 2018

Ballot access

Well after I received my first 20 dollar campaign contribution I am now have officialy $180 dollars left  to go to cover the cost of the $200 filing fee that will get me on the Tarrant County College Board of Trustees District #7  May 4 2019 General election ballot

The  board of trustees of a district with a population greater than 
one million may require that an application filed by a person desir-
ing election to a numbered position on the board be accompanied 
by a filing fee not to exceed $200 or, instead of the filing fee, a peti-
tion signed by a number of registered voters of the district not to 
exceed 200 as determined by the board. Education Code 
130.044(g)

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