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ENG: Eric Alan Rick Crawford (born January 22, 1966) is the U.S. Representative for Arkansas's 1st congressional district. He is a member of the Republican Party. Before he was elected to Congress, Crawford was a radio announcer, businessman and U.S. Army veteran. Early life and education Crawford grew up in a military family. His father served in the United States Air Force. He graduated from Alvirne High School in Hudson, New Hampshire. He enlisted in the Army, where he served as a bomb disposal technician for four years, while advancing to the rank of Sergeant. After his service, he attended Arkansas State University and graduated in 1996 with a B.S. in Agriculture Business and Economics. U.S. House of Representatives Crawford ran against Democratic nominee Chad Causey and ...
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Rick Crawford, Ron Hornaday set to race at Mobile ...


... International Speedway this weekend MOBILE, Alabama -- The all-time start leader of the NASCAR Camping World Truck Series, Rick Crawford, will join the all-time wins leader, Ron Hornaday, for the Lee Fields Memorial 150 at Mobile International Speedway on Saturday. "I've been watching these guys race hard and put on a heck of a show all year long, then Hornaday started talking a little smack and now it's on!" said Crawford, the manager/promoter of MIS. Crawford will drive his familiar No. 14 this weekend supplied by local team owner David Jones, who will be driving his own Alabama ...


Rick Crawford hopes to bring a NASCAR Truck Series ...


... race to Mobile Nashville's loss might be Alabama's gain. When Nashville Superspeedway informed NASCAR this week that it would no longer host any NASCAR Nationwide or Truck Series races it blew a big hole in the 2012 NASCAR schedule. Rick Crawford, who took over operations at Mobile International Speedway this year, is hoping to step in to fill one of those slots by bringing the Truck Series to South Alabama. "Absolutely, there's nothing I would like more than to have the trucks at my home track," said Crawford, who drove a Ford in the Truck Series for years. By Doug ...


Crawford pushes for a balanced budget


JONESBORO - A local congressman is hitting the road across the state to make voters aware of a new amendment. On Monday, Congressman Rick Crawford is talking to Arkansans about the "Balanced Budget Amendment". Crawford believes this amendment will help alleviate some of the budgetary problems in our government and prevent the nation from getting in this state again. "It binds the hands of congress and makes sure that congress doesn't put us in this situation again with out of control spending." Read more:KAIT-Jonesboro, AR-News (Aug 23, 2011)


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The Sun: Crawford: Spending controls are a must
JONESBORO — As lawmakers in Washington appear stalled in avoiding going over the “fiscal cliff,” U.S. Rep. Rick Crawford said spending controls must be part of the equation.
Tune-In: F.R.A.M.E Accounts
On his official podcast, Tune-In AR1, Congressman Rick Crawford speaks with Sean Williams of the Arkansas Bankers Association about how Crawford's new legislation would work for farmers and small town banks.
Crawford Sends Trump Team Cuba Letter
Washington, D.C. – Reps. Tom Emmer (R-MN), Kathy Castor (D-FL), Rick Crawford (R-AR) and Barbara Lee (D-CA) led a letter, along with more than a dozen of their colleagues from the Cuba Working Group, to President-elect Trump calling for the continued normalization of trade relations with Cuba and to empower the Cuban people. The Cuba Working Group was established to promote increased trade, travel and investment in Cuba, to open new markets, create jobs in both countries, promote human rights and improve the security posture of the United States.   “The recent death of Fidel Castro represents a dawn of a new era in Cuban leadership and the United States must use this time to help chart a new course for Cuba’s future,” said Emmer. “I look forward to working with President-elect Trump to continue our efforts in Congress to empower the Cuban people, facilitate economic reforms, promote the expansion of civil and
Private Disaster Relief for Farmers
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today Congressman Rick Crawford (AR-1) introduced H.R. 6167, the Farm Risk Abatement and Mitigation Election (FRAME) Act, to give farmers the option of taking disaster preparedness into their own hands. The FRAME Act would establish tax-deferred farm savings accounts that farmers could then withdraw from during difficult times without waiting on disaster declarations and government assistance. In a conversation with the chairman of the Arkansas Bankers Association, Sean Williams, Congressman Crawforddiscussed the details of the legislation and how it would work in practice, including its impact on rural communities and banks. The video may be found here, and the audio here. “Farming is a risky business, and we don’t need to look any further than this past August for proof of that. From crop failure, changing markets, insect damage, unusual weather, and natural disasters, producers’ livelihoods are threatened in many different ways,



 
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