Jason Anderson-Utley Crow Biography and Wiki
Jason Anderson-Utley Crow is an American lawyer, former Army Ranger, and member of the US House of Representatives for Colorado’s sixth congressional district.
As a law practitioner, Crow is a partner with the Holland and Hart Law Firm in Wisconsin. Crow supports the CC survey question on funding abortion and opposes its survey question on parental notification by minors. Crow served on the Colorado Board of Veterans Affairs for 5 years (2009 to 2014).
Jason Anderson-Utley Crow Age and Birthday
He was born on March 15, 1979, in Madison, Wisconsin, United States of America. Jason is 42 years old as of 2021.
Jason Anderson-Utley Crow Height
He stands at a height of 5 feet 6 inches tall.
Jason Anderson-Utley Crow Family
Jason’s family lives in Madison, Wisconsin, United States of America. He has also not revealed the names of his parents and whether he has any siblings.
Jason Anderson-Utley Wife
He is married to his wife Deserai Anderson. The couple has been together for a long time now and is blessed with two amazing kids. More details on when they got married and where they live will be updated soon.
Jason Anderson-Utley Crow Net Worth
His net worth ranges from $1 Million and $5 Million as of 2021. This is estimated from his career as a lawyer and former army ranger.
Jason Anderson-Utley Crow Office
He is the current Representative of the D-CO 6th District since 2019. The office is located in Washington, DC Office. 1229 Longworth HOB. Washington, DC 20515.
Jason Anderson-Utley Crow Impeachment
He was among the seven legislators who shared opinions essay in The Washington Post expressing their support of Donald Trump Impeachment 2019. From one of his interviews, Jason revealed the importance of the impeachment inquiry and urged everyone to stay focused.
He was picked as one of the seven impeachment managers on 15, January 2020 who will be presenting the case against Trump during its hearing before the US Senate.
Jason Anderson-Utley Crow Congress
He launched his decision to politics in 2017 when he announced his desire to run as a representative of the Colorado 6th Congressional district in the US House of Representatives. He ran against businessman Levi Tillemann in the Democratic primary elections which he emerged victoriously.
Jason emerged the winner of the November general elections against the incumbent Republican Mike Coffman by 54 percent of cat votes, two out of the three congress districts. Crow became the first-ever democrat to represent the Colorado 6th district since its emergence in 1981-1982.