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Arnold Olsen December 17, 1916 – October 9, 1990 was a US Democratic politician who served as the Attorney General of Montana from 1949 to 1957, and as a member of the United States House of Representatives from Montana's 1st congressional district from 1961 to 1971
- 1 Early life
- 2 Career
- 3 References
- 4 External links
He was born in Butte, Montana on December 17, 1916 He attended Butte public schools, the Montana School of Mines, 1934–1936, and graduated from the Montana State University Law School now the University of Montana, Missoula, Montana in 1940 He served four years of overseas duty in the Navy during World War II Upon returning to the States, Olsen married Margaret Mary Williams, of Butte They had three children - Margaret Rae Olsen, Anna Kristine Olsen, and Karin Synneve Olsen Billings Arnold and Margaret have 5 grandchildren; John-David Childs, Todd Arnold Graetz, Kara Ann Graetz Trapp; Jonathan Olsen Billings and Luke Alexander Billings1
Olsen opened a private law practice in 1940 He was elected as Attorney General of Montana in 1948, and was re-elected in 1952 Rather than seek re-election, he instead opted to run for Governor of Montana in 1956, and, after narrowly defeating former Governor John W Bonner in the Democratic primary, advanced to the general election, where he faced incumbent Governor J Hugo Aronson Following a close campaign, Olsen narrowly lost to Aronson Following his defeat, he ran for the position of Chief Justice of the Montana Supreme Court, but lost to incumbent Chief Justice James T Harrison by a slim margin2
In 1960, when Congressman Lee Metcalf opted to run for the Senate rather than seek re-election, Olsen ran to succeed him in the 1st congressional district He defeated George P Sarsfield, the Republican nominee, winning his first of five terms Olsen was narrowly re-elected over Republican Wayne Montgomery in 1962, and by a wider margin against Montgomery in 1964 In 1966, he defeated Republican nominee Dick Smiley by about two thousand votes, and, in a rematch against Smiley in 1968, by a wider margin When Olsen ran for a sixth term in 1970, he was narrowly defeated for re-election by Richard G Shoup, the Mayor of Missoula He ran against Shoup again in 1972, but ultimately lost to him In 1974, he ran for Congress one final time, but lost in the Democratic primary to Max Baucus, who ended up defeating Shoup in the general election
Olsen was appointed by Governor Thomas Lee Judge to the Second Judicial District of Montana, in 1977, and elected to that post in 1979 and two additional times, serving until his death in 1990
- United States Congress "Arnold Olsen id: O000083" Biographical Directory of the United States Congress
- ^ Guide to the Arnold Olsen Papers at the University of Montana
- ^ "Official Montana General Election Returns, November 4, 1958" PDF Montana Secretary of State Retrieved July 11, 2014
- The Honorable Arnold Olsen Montana Law Review
- Arnold Olsen Papers University of Montana Archives
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|Attorney General of Montana
Forrest H Anderson
|US House of Representatives|
|United States Representative for the 1st Congressional District of Montana
Richard G Shoup
|One At-large seat 1889–1913||
|Two At-large seats 1913–1919||
|One At-large seat 1993–present||
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