According to his campaign biography:
David Crowe is a fourth-generation Arizonan born in Yuma, Arizona. He grew up in Sierra Vista and Scottsdale and graduated from the University of Arizona. Crowe is currently the President and co-founder of Tucson Embedded Systems (TES), Inc., a provider of products, engineering services and embedded systems to the Aerospace, Defense and Commercial industries.
Yesterday the campaign announced that formerArizona Governor Raul Castro has come on board as an Honorary Co-chair of the exploratory campaign for U.S. Senate. In his endorsement statement Castro said, in part:
“David Crowe is a great asset to Arizona’s business community…..I’m thrilled to see a successful, young, Hispanic business owner stepping up to serve our state and the nation.”
This, from his recent press release:
As a small businessman, Crowe is focusing his campaign on common sense goals to move the state forward — job creation and strengthening the middle class — by developing new high-tech sectors such as renewable energy.
According to his Facebook page Crowe should probably best be described as a pro-business Democrat. We’ll have to wait to see what his positions are on the social safety net, taxation/tax reform, foreign policy, civil liberties and health care. Plenty of time for that; the campaign is still young.