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Rep. Jason Crow

United States Congressman, Colorado’s 6 th District

As a former Army Ranger and Bronze Star recipient, Jason Crow embodies combat tested leadership and has put the needs of those he leads ahead of his own – and it continues to drive his approach today. Jason serves on both the Foreign Affairs Committee and House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, which allows him to advocate for his values as a servant leader. Jason served in the Army’s storied 82nd Airborne Division and in the elite 75th Ranger Regiment. He has deployed to both Iraq and Afghanistan and has earned the Bronze Star Medal. After leaving the military, Jason continued to lead by assisting veterans in receiving their well-earned benefits. In 2012, Jason spoke at the Democratic National Convention, making the case
for President Obama’s repeal of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell.” Whether combatting the climate crisis, creating better, higher-paying jobs for hardworking families or ensuring our military has the tools it needs to meet the threats of the next century, Jason is focused on putting Colorado and our country ahead of politics and partisanship.

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