Ron Paul Endorsed
by Linn County Supervisor Brent Oleson
Oleson represents the second-most
populous county in Iowa and has many Republican, civic affiliations
ANKENY, Iowa – The Ron Paul 2012 Presidential campaign
announced today that Linn County Supervisor Brent Oleson has endorsed
Ron Paul for the presidency.
Attracted to Congressman Paul’s commitment, character, and courage Mr.
Oleson said, “Ron Paul has the principals and conviction necessary to
solve our national budget woes. With our national debt over $14
trillion, the spending by Washington D.C. continues to mortgage the
fruits of our labor to fund programs we don't need and can’t
afford. Ron Paul puts people before politics and will work to
ensure that our children and grandchildren inherit a strong economy and
prosperous nation, not one saddled by debt.”
Brent Oleson is an attorney residing in Marion, Iowa with his two
children. For many years, he has been an active participant in
Iowa politics – serving two terms on the Republican Party of Iowa's
State Central Committee, six terms on the Linn County Central
Committee, and as a Republican Party of Iowa Platform Committee Member.
Representing Iowa’s second-most populous county of 211,000 residents,
Oleson was elected to his district with over 58 percent of the vote in
the heavily Democratic county. Mr. Oleson also serves on the
boards of the Linn County Republican Party, Eagles Club, Linn County
Solid Waste Agency, Marion Economic Development Corporation, Cedar
Valley Humane Society, and Trees Forever.
“We’re pleased to count Brent Oleson’s endorsement among the many ones
that will help our campaign achieve a strong top-three showing in
January,” Ron Paul 2012 Iowa Chairman Drew Ivers said of the upcoming