After serving in the Florida House of Representatives, Congressman Ander Crenshaw launched a series of failed statewide office bids in the 1980s and 1990s, including an attempt against Governor Jeb Bush. Crenshaw is a member of the Republican Party and serves on the Appropriations Committee. Politically, Crenshaw has balanced pragmatism and the growing discord from the Tea Party movement. While he voted for the bailout which created TARP, he has gone on record supporting the anti-big government faction of the country and a new focus on controlling Washington spending.

Facing stiff competition in his reelection, Representative Crenshaw focused his platform on two core issues: cutting the federal budget and supporting small business. According to the Congressman, by limiting the role of big government, cutting taxes and giving small businesses the opportunity to excel, the United States will recover from its present economic hardships.

Similar Posts: