For Immediate Release
October 30, 2018
Contact: Mitch Schwartz, 970-316-3095
In Challenging Times, Jason Crow Calls for Unity and Servant Leaderships
Aurora, CO – Former Army Ranger and first-time candidate Jason Crow released his seventh and final television ad of the general election today, renewing his calls for leadership that heals the wounds caused by this political moment and works to move us forward together.
In the ad, “Together,” Crow tells Coloradans that we are always stronger when we work together and bridge our divides. Crow has hosted or attended over 300 community events since beginning his campaign, bringing his message of servant leadership to every corner of Colorado’s 6th Congressional District.
To see the ad, click here.
“Our strength is when we focus on what we have in common rather than what divides us,” Crow says in the ad. “My responsibility is to serve the people of this community and make sure that someone is fighting for them.”
Crow is running in Colorado’s 6th Congressional District to unseat career politician Rep. Mike Coffman. His refusal to take any campaign dollars from corporate PACs is a far departure from Coffman, who has received nearly $2 million from corporate PACs in his career, while voting with President Trump 96% of the time.
We see values like justice, fairness, and the rule of law under assault in this country.
And we’re not going to let those things go.
We need to have leadership that brings people together and starts bridging these divides.
We are best when we come together, and when we work together.
Our strength is when we focus on what we have in common rather than what divides us.
My responsibility is to serve the people of this community and make sure that someone is fighting for them.
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