Aaron Osmond

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Aaron Osmond is a Republican member of the Utah Senate for the 10th district.[1][2]


Aaron Osmond was born and raised in Provo, Utah.[1] He served a two-year mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Rome, Italy.[1] He received a B.S. in Business Management from the University of Phoenix.[1][3]

While taking his degree, he also worked for WordPerfect and Novell for twelve years.[1] In 2003 he joined Microsoft, where he managed a $200 million educational product line.[1][3] In 2006, he started investing in real estate.[1] During that time he served as the CEO of Real Estate Investor Education, LLC for 5 years. In April 2012, he assumed responsibility as VP of North America for Certiport, an IT Education Testing Company.[1][3]

Legislative history[edit]

In 2011, he was elected as state senator for the 10th district, formerly represented by Chris Buttars.[1][3][4]

In 2013, he attracted national attention when he called for an end to compulsory education.[5] [6]

Personal life[edit]

Aaron Osmond lives with his wife and five children in South Jordan, Utah and is a nephew of Donny and Marie Osmond. His father Virl Osmond is one of the nine children of George and Olive Osmond but did not perform in the The Osmonds family band.[3]