America is facing a two-front crisis. A rapidly spreading virus & a crisis in confidence in our political leadership. Now more than ever, we need leaders in DC who know how to make tough decisions and act decisively in moments of need. 

Stay safe: 

Thank you!

Texans have spoken

We are proud to say that we were victorious in the TX-24 Primary--leading the field by 11 points! I want to sincerely thank everyone who voted and launched our campaign to the fore front. I apprecicate all those who took a stand and put their name on the ballot. 

There's only one more step to becoming the Democratic nominee. There will be a run-off election on July 14th.

By coming in first in the primary, we showed the country that TX-24 is ready for real leadership, and we’re going to need that same excitement to propel us to victory in the runoff in May. Thank you for everything you've done and all you're about to do.

- Kim Olson, Col, USAF, ret. 



When I see a problem, I fix it. That's why I took on outdated policies in the Air Force, bad political strategy in Iraq, and failed veteran support at the VA. That's also why I'm running for TX-24. Congress is broken, and the warrior in me is leading the fight to fix it. 


Trump’s reckless behavior makes him unfit to be Commander-in-Chief. He cares more about his poll numbers than our troops. When elected I'll be Texas’ first female combat veteran in Congress and will put our service members over politics.



Kim Olson’s 28-year military career and public service, coupled with her educational, business, financial, and foreign policy background, make her exceptionally qualified to represent TX-24. 

U.S. Air Force – 25 years active duty, retired as a Colonel. Olson was among the first generation of female military pilots. She commanded troops in combat zones including Iraq, and volunteered 3 additional years after retirement in the Texas State Guard.

Director of HR for Dallas ISD - Oversaw $1 Billion dollar budget and 22,000 employees.

Weatherford ISD Trustee – Earned Texas Outstanding Board of the Year.

CEO of Grace After Fire – Helped over 6,000 Veteran families and ensured equitable access to care.

Texas Women’s Hall of Fame - Inducted in 2014 for her public service to Texans.


Kim Olson earned a record 3.8 million votes when she ran for Texas Agriculture Commissioner in 2018. Visiting 244 counties, she learned first-hand the needs of Texans and their families.

The hallmarks of Kim Olson's leadership are mutual respect, inspiring others, and a steadfast commitment to service.