On Monday, State Rep. Danny Crawford (R-Athens) announced his intentions to seek reelection for his State House of Representatives District 5 post.
According to a release accompanying the reelection announcement, Crawford is currently serving his first full term after winning a special election in 2016, replacing the late State Rep. Dan Williams (R-Athens).
“It has been one of my highest honors to serve the people of Limestone County these last six years,” Crawford said in the release. “If re-elected, I will continue to work hard to provide conservative-Christian solutions for our county and state.”
“I love our community and I have fought to bring jobs to Limestone County, for individual rights and freedoms, improving education, quality of life, and helping our agricultural entities,” he added. “Limestone County is the second-fastest-growing area of the state, and we are working hard to improve infrastructure to prepare for that continued growth.”
The Limestone County Republican legislator serves as chairman of the Agriculture and Forestry Committee in the House and also serves on the Transportation and Infrastructure and County and Municipal Government committees.
He is a native of Limestone County native, where he served 12 years on the Athens City Council and retired from the USDA Farm Service Agency after 33 years.
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