Thank You for Your Support

I am happy to announce that yesterday I won re-election to my fourth and final term on the Dallas City Council with 67% of the vote.  Thank you to everyone who went out and voted yesterday!

I’ve been humbled by the outpouring of support for my campaign.  From our wonderful volunteers who made phone calls night after night, walked door to door day after day, and greeted voters at the polls for the last two weeks (and you’ve got the sunburns to prove it!) — to the hundreds of people who endorsed me, put up yard signs, and made financial contributions — THANK YOU.  Your hard work and steadfast support paid off and I am deeply appreciative.

My campaign team was amazing and a pleasure to work with.  Thank you, Michelle, Murray, James, Eric, and Anna — you guys worked incredibly hard and you’re the best!

We had a great time last night at the wonderful victory party that Jeff Bryan and Elizabeth Polanco threw for us at their lovely home on Swiss Avenue.  Thank you, Jeff and Elizabeth!

Lastly, I received messages of congratulations from two of my opponents — Brian Oley and Vernon Franko — and I thank y

Vote, Volunteer, Victory Party!

Vote to re-elect Angela today! Bring your family, friends, and neighbors. It’s going to be a low turn-out election, so your vote is very important.

Find your polling location.

Need a ride to the polls? Call us at (214) 907-4600.

Greet voters at the polls, work our phone bank, or block walk for Angela!
Go to Angela’s Campaign Headquarters until 7 P.M. to help out:
4539 Travis at Knox

Join Angela as we celebrate her re-election! Victory party starts at 7 P.M.
5125 Swiss Ave. at Munger

Volunteer Opportunities and Election Watch Party


Think Angela’s doing a great job?  Like her common sense approach at City Hall?  Proud she represents you on the City Council?   Then volunteer for Angela this weekend to make sure she’s re-elected!  The election is Saturday and we need your help to keep our independent voice at City Hall!

Whether you can work an hour or all day, join us at the Hunt Campaign Headquarters at 4539 Travis at Knox to phone bank, block walk, or work the polls.


10 A.M. – 9 P.M.

  • Block Walkers
  • Phone Bankers

7 A.M. – 7 P.M.

  • Block Walkers
  • Phone Bankers
  • Poll Greeters


Join Angela as we watch the election returns starting at 7 P.M. Saturday night at 5125 Swiss Ave. at Munger.


Apply to Serve on Gas Drilling Task Force

If you are interested in helping shape Dallas’ policies and regulations regarding gas drilling, please apply to serve on the city’s gas drilling taskforce.  Here’s the info from City Hall:

The City of Dallas is seeking individuals to serve on the Dallas Gas Drilling Task Force, which will propose revisions to the City’s gas drilling ordinance.  Applicants are needed for the following positions:

  • Three experts in environmental impact studies, air quality, water quality, and/or soil contamination issues in relation to oil and gas drilling. Examples include professors, environmental attorneys, environmental consultants and land use/zoning attorneys
  • Three industry/business representatives. Examples include gas drilling company representatives with a presence in the Barnett Shale and/or persons who have implemented “best practices”, such as oil and gas attorneys
  • Three citizens and/or environmental group representatives

Task force applicants must be willing to meet on at least eight Tuesday afternoons from 2:00 to 4:00 from July through October. Two meetings will include public hearings that may be in the evening hours.

You can fill out the application online, and it’s due by 5 p.m. Monday, May 23.  The council will interview potential candidates in early June.

Old East Dallas Mayoral Candidate Forum

If you haven’t gotten a chance to meet the mayoral candidates and hear their views on the issues facing our city, then you’ll want to attend the Old East Dallas Mayoral Candidate Forum on Wednesday. The forum is moderated by Jim Schutze of the Dallas Observer and Mary Mapes of the Swiss Avenue Alliance Against Crime, and hosted by Jeff Bryan, Vice President of the Swiss Avenue Historic District.

Wednesday, May 4, 2011
6:00 – 7:30 p.m.
Cesar Chavez Learning Center
1710 N. Carroll Street