Hobert “Gunny” Brown” Enters City Race
Hobert “Gunny” Brown run for Amarillo City Council Place 4. KGNCNEWSNOW.COM

Hobert “Gunny” Brown has thrown his hat into the ring for Amarillo city council Place #4.

Monday Morning incumbent Howard Smith announced he would not seek another term in the Place #4 seat.

Brown, who grew up in Dalhart, previously ran for Amarillo city council in 2021 and was the founding treasurer for Save Amarillo PAC.

He served 20 years in the  U.S. Marine Corps and after retiring with the rank of Gunnery Sergent, he now wants to serve his community. He retired with the rank of Gunnery Sgt.

Brown is an active member in Amarillo and has contributed time and knowledge to numerous organizations.

Brown is focusing on four main areas, which are: 

  1. Restoring trust in city hall.
  2. Standing for the residents, and working to address their concerns and priorities.
  3. Moving Amarillo to a single-member district system.
  4. Ensuring that land development codes support residents’ priorities.

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