Jason Crow


“(Mike) Coffman has run good campaigns to defeat his last two credible challengers handily in what is a very competitive district in CD6, and that has mostly been done by Coffman tiptoeing through fields of landmines adeptly,” said Kyle Saunders, a political science professor at Colorado State University


“Jason has served our nation with distinction in Iraq and Afghanistan. He is a stellar community leader and father, and loves Colorado,” Salazar said of Crow in a statement. “He has proven his ability to unify the community through positive leadership and build coalitions to get things done — from his work with other veteran leaders in the fight for the VA Hospital in Aurora, to helping build organizations to address the growing substance abuse crisis in our community.”


QUID: Holding for 6.14

QUID HAS HEARD that both sides of the aisle are “yuge-ly” going for the gusto these days. Seems that the President Orange Blossom isn’t the only novice politician claiming every ribbon is blue. Seems that political newcomer Jason Crow is tooting his own horn loudly and a little off key. Crow joins Aurora lawyer David […]


Former Sen. Mark Udall announced his support for Crow and his first bid for elected office. Crow is the only Democrat to officially announce his bid for the Democratic nomination to challenge Coffman, although there is speculation more Democrats could throw their hat into the ring before primary season begins next year.


“As a matter of fact I’ve never met (Pelosi) and I’ve never spoken with her. I’m nobody’s candidate expect for voters of the 6th Congressional District. I have a history of service in this county, and in this country, that’s outside of politics,” Crow said. “Nobody’s pitting me against Mike Coffman. This is a decision my wife and I thought about for a long time — how can we best be a check against Donald Trump and how to stand up against him?”