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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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Arkansas Delegation Applauds Grant to Help Combat Opioid Epidemic in Rural Areas
WASHINGTON - U.S. Senators John Boozman and Tom Cotton, along with Congressmen Rick Crawford, French Hill, Steve Womack, and Bruce Westerman, welcomed the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) announcement that it is awarding a grant to the University of Arkansas Agricultural Extension Service aimed at helping prevent opioid abuse among Arkansans in rural communities. “The opioid crisis has been devastating and has resulted in a dramatic spike in our state’s overdose rate. Residents of rural areas are sometimes the most likely to lack access to the care and services needed to treat addiction. This grant will help providers and patients find creative ways to deliver treatments and prevent misuse and abuse of opioids,” Boozman said. “The opioid crisis is destroying lives and families across our state, and it’s time we fought back. This grant is a good step forward that will promote education and partnerships with healthcar
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Service seems to be woven into the fabric of rural America.  I’m not sure why that’s the case. Perhaps when there are fewer people to fill the roles in a community, whether it’s a volunteer firefighter, church leader, or little league coach, you end up wearing a lot of hats.  And you step up because you know that your community needs you. If you don’t, then the job is likely to go undone. Your entire town, your friends, neighbors, and family will be worse for wear. And while rural America has plenty of problems, what draws me to our smaller communities across the country is the unmistakable, almost palpable service, dedication, and loyalty that folks have for each other. I think that’s why rural America produces more veterans than any other single community. From day one they’ve been born and raised in an environment where things don’t happen unless you do them yourself, where your community’s entire livelihood depends on your showing up, participating, and
Crawford Leads 99 Representatives Urging Army Not to Award Bergdahl Back Pay
Washington – Earlier today, Representative Rick Crawford (AR-1), along with 99 fellow Representatives, wrote a letter to Ryan D. McCarthy, the Acting Secretary of the United States Army, urging the United States Army not to award Private Bowe Bergdahl any back pay prior to or subsequent to separation from the United States Army. A copy of that letter may be found here. “As an Army veteran myself, I’m very concerned that Private Bergdahl may receive more money in back pay than the families of the fallen soldiers who lost their lives searching for him,” Crawford said. “That sends the wrong message to our servicemen and women, and I don’t believe the pay is deserved. While we should always do everything in our power to bring home prisoners of war, given the circumstances of Bergdahl’s capture and his admission of desertion, I don’t think it is appropriate to award that pay.”   According to Army Times: “Bergdahl was capture
Crawford Votes for Tax Cuts and Jobs Act
Washington, D.C. - Earlier today Congressman Rick Crawford (AR-01) voted in favor of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, H.R. 1. Upon passage he released the following statement: "Today, I supported the U.S. House’s Tax Cuts and Jobs Act because it significantly simplifies the tax code and would allow more middle-income families and businesses in the 1st District of Arkansas to invest in themselves rather than in the federal government. In addition to nearly doubling the standard deduction for individuals and married couples, a median U.S. family of four would receive a $1,182 tax cut, and taxpayers across the board would see an increase in their after-tax income. This version of the bill also expands the child tax credit while preserving the adoption tax credit and popular retirement savings mechanisms. This bill also lowers the top rate from 39.6 percent to 25 percent for small businesses, and it reduces the tax rate on the smallest pass-through businesses to 9% within 5 years. In the c



 
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