Former Navy SEAL and current CEO of Bottle Breacher, Eli Crane, is running for Congress in Arizona’s First District. Crane’s website describes him as:
…a faith-oriented, family man and is pro-life, pro-second amendment, and unafraid to take a stand against cancel culture and the radical left. He is active in Arizona as a brand ambassador for Sig Sauer firearms and as a former member of the national Advisory Committee on Veteran Business Affairs. Eli believes in giving back to local communities and helps support numerous vet organizations every year.
During his career in the Navy, “Eli went on five war time deployments, three of them to the Middle East with SEAL Team 3 and served our country for 13 years – protecting and defending America’s freedom, way of life, and Constitution.”
Crane knows the tough issues facing America’s small businesses because he runs one. He and his wife Jen, “own a small business in Tucson. Together they started Bottle Breacher, a successful company featured on Shark Tank that employs and gives back to veterans nationwide. Eli knows the struggles small business owners and employees in Arizona face, that is why he believes in low taxes, less regulation, and supporting pro-growth, pro-job policies.”
Crane is raising two daughters, and wants to fight for their future.
Crane is challenging incumbent Democratic Rep. Tom O’Halleran. The World Tribune reports:
Crane, who trained as a Navy SEALs sniper with Kyle for two years, said on Tuesday that he will challenge Democrat incumbent Rep. Tom O’Halleran.
“I think I’m gonna be able to make this a national race,” said Crane, who said that he will focus his campaign in large part on Team Biden’s open border policies, the push from the Left for critical race theory in schools, and election security issues highlighted by the Arizona audit of the 2020 election in Maricopa County.
Crane joined the Navy days after the terrorist attack on the United States on Sept. 11, 2001.
Crane, who was also a “Shark Tank” contestant backed by billionaire Mark Cuban, added: “I noticed how few people with influence are willing to talk about things that matter, and it seems like everybody that has a company or a platform, especially in the day and age of ‘cancel culture,’ is unwilling to do so. And so, I started thinking to myself, wait a minute, if I fought for this country and I was willing to die for it, and the biggest threat to our country is within, why shouldn’t I speak up about it?”
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