Crow to Host Presidential Address Watch Event at Stanley Marketplace
AURORA - Congressman Jason Crow is hosting a socially-distant watch event tomorrow at Stanley Marketplace for President Biden’s Joint Address with select guests.
The Joint Address, which is President Biden’s first speech to a Joint Session of Congress, marks 100 days into the President’s first term. In the past, Crow has invited constituents to join him in Washington to such events, including Mary Majok, a Sudanese refugee who lost her son to gun violence in Colorado; and Sue Way, a Aurora resident who saw the cost of her insulin increase by over 500 percent in one year.
While COVID-19 safety protocols means in-person attendance in Washington will be limited, Crow is hosting a socially-distant watch event at Stanley Market with select guests to highlight his priorities for the 117th Congress.
The Congressman will be joined by:
- Jane Dougherty, a gun violence prevention activist who lost her sister in the Sandy Hook School shooting;
- Kelly Murphy, a gun violence prevention activist and mother of two children who survived the shooting at STEM Highlands Ranch School;
- Sheneen McClain, Elijah McClain’s mother; and
- Mary Stevenson, a small business owner who received two rounds of PPP funding.