About Me

I'm a native Missourian and lifelong St. Charles County resident, where I live in unincorporated St. Charles County, just outside of St. Paul.  I've been married to my wonderful wife Eva for just over four years.  We met while both volunteering for the St. Charles County Liberty Project, a nonpartisan political advocacy group that works to increase awareness of liberty issues in the County and surrounding areas.

I was elected to the Missouri House of Representatives in 2018, and represent District 64.   I serve on three committees: Ways and Means, Criminal Justice and Downsizing State Government.

I also currently serve as Township 11 Committeman on the St. Charles County Republican Central Committee.  Additionally, I'm on the board of the Lewis & Clark Pachyderms, a local chapter of the National Federation of Pachyderms.

For the past seventeen years, I've worked in sales at EPC, Inc in St. Charles, selling off-lease computer equipment to resellers, end-users, and businesses.  I also have experience in Linux software deployment and maintenance, and have maintained the Nexradix GNU/Linux distribution for nearly ten years.

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