Justin Olson and his wife, Karyn, were both born and raised in Arizona where their family histories go back several generations. They are the loving parents of four daughters and five sons and are working diligently to teach the rising generation to love America and to protect and preserve the freedoms established in our Constitution.
Justin Olson has a proven conservative record. While serving in the Arizona State House of Representatives, Justin's successful legislation cut taxes, balanced the state budget, reduced state debt, defunded Planned Parenthood and defunded Obamacare. He earned an "A" rating from the National Rifle Association, voted to increase funding for border security, to ban ballot harvesting and to protect election integrity.
In 2018, Justin won his statewide election to the Arizona Corporation Commission where he has fought to protect Arizonan's hard earned resources, to expand free markets and to ban vaccine mandates.
In addition to his public service, Justin most recently served as the Chief Financial Officer for Turning Point USA, a nonprofit youth organization promoting free enterprise, limited government and fiscal responsibility.
Justin holds a Masters of Business Administration in Finance from the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University.
Justin will continue to be an unwavering voice for fiscal responsibility, low taxes and economic growth. He will fight relentlessly for secure borders, the right to life and the Second Amendment. Above all, he will never back down in the fight for freedom so our children and grandchildren can enjoy the blessings of liberty and prosperity for generations to come.
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