WASHINGTON — The Credit Union Association of Colorado has endorsed Jeffrey Crank in his campaign to win the GOP congressional nomination in that state's 5th District.

"Jeff Crank is a life-long credit union member and he will be a strong and effective voice for credit unions as congressman for the 5th District," said CUAC Senior Vice President of Governmental Affairs Timothy Dore.

Crank, a business consultant and former congressional staff member, lost the GOP nomination for the seat in 2006 by 892 votes, and finished second in a six-candidate field to succeed retiring U.S. Rep. Joel Hefley (R-Colo.). Crank is running in the Aug. 12 primary against incumbent U.S. Rep. Doug Lamborn and retired Maj. Gen. Bentley Rayburn, who finished third in the 2006 primary.

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