This article originally appeared in the Houston Chronicle
WASHINGTON – For Dan Crenshaw, fame came like “a sudden, blinding spotlight,” not unlike the IED blast that cost him an eye as a Navy SEAL in Afghanistan six years ago.
Joining a freshman class with at least 15 other veterans newly elected as U.S. House members, the Houston Republican is quickly emerging as one of the bright lights in a party that comes shuffling out of the midterm elections from a wave that put President Donald Trump in check and handed Democrats control of the House…
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