Jason Crow, his wife, children and mother-in-law headed to the Capitol ahead of swearing-in Jan 3.
Former army ranger Jason Crow was sworn in to the United States House of Representatives. As a first-time candidate, this is Crow’s first time holding office. During the event Jan. 3, Crow was joined by his wife Deserai Crow and two children, Anderson and Josephine.
“I am honored to have the opportunity to serve the 6th District. As an army ranger, I pledged to serve my country with honor and integrity, and today I reaffirmed that promise as your congressman,” Crow said. “I enter Congress as part of a unique class of candidates who represent a new generation of leaders. Our experience and perspective is varied and diverse, but our commitment to public service is absolute. I look forward to working together to solve the most pressing issues facing Colorado and the country, beginning first with ending this absurd and reckless shutdown.”
As congressman, Crow has outlined his support for H.R. 1, the robust clean elections and anti-corruption package as well as strong support for addressing gun violence prevention in the first 100 days of Congress.
A veteran of the war in Iraq and Afghanistan, Crow joins the largest class of freshmen veteran lawmakers in more than a decade.
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