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Congressman
Rep. Jason Crow [D, CO-6]
for
District 6, Colorado

About

Jason Crow decided to join the ROTC and serve in the active duty Army, eventually finishing at the top of his class as the Distinguished Military Graduate. After the horrific 9/11 attacks, he served in the Army’s storied 82nd Airborne Division. Jason soon found himself leading a platoon of paratroopers during the invasion of Iraq and earned the Bronze Star for his combat actions during the invasion, including fighting at the Battle of As Samawah.

 

Jason Crow has been an outspoken and results-oriented advocate for his fellow veterans in Colorado and across the country. In 2012, fueled by the same patriotism and sense of justice that drove him to enlist in the military, Jason spoke at the Democratic National Convention, making the case for President Obama’s repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.” He has also advised President Obama’s reelection campaign on military and veterans’ issues, co-chaired Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper’s Veterans Affairs Transition Committee, and co-chaired Veterans for Mark Udall.

Crow was first elected to his current seat as CO-6 Representative in 2018.

Bio-Information

Location Colorado
Party Democrat

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U.S. Chamber of Commerce
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Gun Owners of America
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American Civil Liberties Union
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National Taxpayers Union
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NARAL Pro-Choice America
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English First
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League of Women Voters