Greg Hahn Receives Wake County GOP Endorsement

Greg Hahn, candidate for Wake County School Board District 2, received Wake County GOP’s endorsement on Monday July 20, 2020.

“I’m honored to receive this endorsement,” Hahn said. “As a member of the Wake County School Board, I always want to be accessible. The best way to avoid misunderstandings is to have ongoing, clear lines of communication from the beginning. My goal is to empower parents and engage teachers.”

“What I’m most impressed with about Greg is his maturity and demonstrated professional ability to listen carefully to people and help them come to a consensus.” ~ Cathy Fanslau, Chair of the Candidate Recruitment Committee

Greg encourages the parent/teacher partnership. He firmly believes that it is our duty as parents and obligation as educators to ensure our children are taught with principles that give us our freedom.

Greg is a Navy veteran who served his country in Washington D.C. His service included being an elite member of the Presidential Ceremonial Honor Guard and a member of the Crisis Action Team during the Kosovo conflict while working for the Joint Chiefs of Staff in the Pentagon. Greg is a single father of four boys–all who have gone through the public school system. His oldest graduated from Hunt High School and his second oldest graduated from Fuquay-Varina High School. He has two boys attending FVHS

Other School Board candidates who were endorsed were Steve Bergstrom (District 8), Rachel Mills (District 7) Deborah Prickett (District 1), Karen Carter (District 9), and incumbent Roxie Cash (District 3).

Fanslau was impressed with the Wake County School Board candidates. “This year’s School Board Candidates are the best group of Candidates we’ve had in many years.  They all bring a wealth of experience, education and maturity.  They all possess a deep understanding of the challenges that face our Public Schools today.”

The election will be held on November 3, 2020.

For more information on Greg Hahn and how you can help, please visit his website, VoteGregHahn.com