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Aaron Osmond

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Preceded by  Chris Buttars
Alma mater  University of Phoenix
Nationality  American
Name  Aaron Osmond
Political party  Republican
Party  Republican Party
Spouse(s)  Nancy

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Profession  VP Sales, North America, Certiport
Residence  South Jordan, Utah, United States
Education  Timpview High School, University of Phoenix

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Aaron Osmond is a former Republican member of the Utah Senate, representing the 10th district. He resigned from office December 5, 2015.

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Early Life, Education, and Career

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

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While taking his degree, he also worked for WordPerfect and Novell for twelve years. In 2003 he joined Microsoft, where he managed a $200 million educational product line. In 2006, he started investing in real estate. 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.

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Aaron and his wife Nancy are the parents of 5 children. Nancy is a Pediatric Registered Nurse by profession. Their family has lived in South Jordan since 2006. Aaron Osmond is the 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 Osmonds family band.

Political career

In 2011, Osmond was elected as state senator for the 10th district, formerly represented by Chris Buttars. In 2013, he attracted national attention when he called for an end to compulsory education. Senator Osmond has been affiliated with South Jordan Chamber of Commerce as the Vice Chair and the Provo City Planning Commission/Board of Adjustments. In 2014, Osmond served on the Higher Education Appropriations Subcommittee, Public Education Appropriations Subcommittee, the Chair of the Senate Economic Development and Workforce Services Committee, and the Senate Education Committee. In 2015, Osmond stepped down from the Senate after considering the top post at the Utah College of Applied Technology.

Pivotal Bills/ In the News

In 2013, Osmond attracted attention when he called for an end to compulsory education. Osmond wrote "some parents act as if the responsibility to educate, and even care for their child, is primarily the responsibility of the public school system. As a result, our teachers and schools have been forced to become surrogate parents, expected to do everything from behavioral counseling, to providing adequate nutrition, to teaching sex education, as well as ensuring full college and career readiness."

2014 Sponsored Legislation

Senator Osmond also Floor Sponsored the following bills:

  • HB0022 Workforce Services Amendments
  • HB0033 Reauthorization of Utah Commission on Service and Volunteerism
  • HB0041 Clean Fuel School Buses and Infrastructure
  • HB0109S02 Public Education Capital Funding Equalization
  • HB0236 State School Board Nomination Revisions
  • HB0274 Committee Subpoena Powers Amendment
  • HB0320S01 Educators' Professional Learning
  • HB0329 Programs for Youth Protection
  • HB0368 Jury Duty Amendments
  • HB0409 Statewide Education Coordinating Committee
  • References

    Aaron Osmond Wikipedia


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