The state lawmaker has a professional background in anesthesiology and lives in Cypress with his wife and three children. He serves portions of Cypress north of Hwy. 290 in addition to portions of Waller and Tomball.
“We just finished a legislative session unlike any I have seen,” he said in a statement. “We accomplished many conservative priorities, making this one of most conservative sessions in recent memory. That being said, there were some issues that were missed, and there is more work to do. We will return in the fall to address legislative redistricting and other priority issues.”
Oliverson serves as the chair of the House Insurance Committee and sits on the House Administration and Public Health committees.
The primary election is scheduled for March 1, 2022, with Election Day following that November. Learn more about Oliverson at www.tomoliverson.com.