Congressman Jason Crow represents Colorado’s Sixth Congressional District, after unseating five-term Republican incumbent Mike Coffman in 2018. Rep. Crow served three tours of duty in Iraq and Afghanistan as a paratrooper and Army Ranger. Since leaving the Army in 2006, the Congressman became an attorney and has been an outspoken advocate for his fellow veterans in Colorado. He served for five years on the Colorado Board of Veterans Affairs and led the charge to bring the new VA hospital to Aurora. In Congress, Rep. Crow sits on the House Armed Services Committee and the Subcommittees on Readiness and Intelligence, Emerging Threats, and Capabilities.
Congressman Crow is strongly committed to Israel and prioritizes its security as a Jewish, democratic, and pluralistic state. Understanding that the US has been, and always will be, Israel’s closest ally, he knows how critical it is for the United States to facilitate negotiations between the Israelis and Palestinians. While working with the Truman National Security Project, he galvanized support for the Iran nuclear agreement. He was a cosponsor of House Resolution 326, which reaffirmed Congress’s commitment to two-state solution and opposed settlement expansion and annexation.