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MEET DAVID LOWE
David Lowe was born and raised in the DFW metroplex. After graduating high school in Dallas, he enlisted in the United States Army, serving an honorable career until he was medically retired. He is a devoted husband and delights in helping raise their two small children. He has a Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice. Besides running for office, David is a vocal advocate for conservative causes, is a community volunteer, and is currently serving as a member of a private school board within Northeast Tarrant County.
David Lowe was a special needs child, born into foster care. As a youth, he overcame difficulties which helped develop his ability to deal with adversity at a young age.
David's first love was school, but it was difficult for him, having been diagnosed with ADHD and Dyslexia. He learned to achieve and overcome, regardless of what anyone else thought, said, or did. This is why education reform is such an important and personal issue to him.
HISTORY OF SERVICE
David was enlisted in the United States Army for over 12 years, mostly as a Military Policeman. He deployed multiple times and spent over 43 months in combat zones with a majority of that time being in Afghanistan. David is a disabled veteran and recipient of the Combat Action Badge.
After David's medical retirement from the United States Army, and while attending college, he volunteered full-time at the Dallas County Republican Party. In 2017, David's dedication was recognized by earning the Volunteer of the Year Award.
SERVANT FOR JUSTICE
In 2018, David moved from Dallas County to Tarrant County and graduated from college and the police academy. David served as an officer in both adult and juvenile detention facilities. It was here, in this broken system, he found his calling back to politics.
During the 2020 election cycle, David was asked to be the Republican Party of Texas North Texas Regional Director. This is where David's passion for grassroots politics exploded. During this time, he recruited, trained, and deployed hundreds of volunteers to keep Texas red.
Katie and Dean are a constant reminder of the importance to serve others and ignite his passion to make Texas a better place. David and his family have been living in North Richland Hills since 2018.
Against all odds, David chose to step up and run for state representative against a 5-term incumbent. David knocked on over 12,000 doors, personally delivered over 400-yard signs, and forced his opponent and her supporters to spend nearly $2,000,000. David ultimately lost in the run-off election but helped bring to light some very important legislative issues.
FELLOW AT THE CONSERVATIVE PARTNERSHIP INSTITUTE
David earned the prestigious opportunity to become a fellow at the home of the Congressional Freedom Caucus' CPI in Washington D.C. Hundreds of applicants apply each year, and David was recognized as a top-tier conservative activist.
HISTORY OF SPEAKING UP
As early as high school, David has been an outspoken conservative. No matter what is being thrown David's way, he will stand firm on his principles.
The teacher writes in David's yearbook "heartless Republican."
David remains focused on training the next generation of conservative activists and is consistently volunteering for Republican causes in Tarrant and Dallas Counties.
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