Al Olszewski

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Al Olszewski
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Candidate for
Lieutenant Governor of Montana
M.D.University of Washington (1988)
ProfessionOrthopedic surgeon
Al Olszewski was a 2012 Republican candidate for Lieutenant Governor of Montana in the 2012 elections. He and his running mate, Jim Lynch,[1] finished sixth in the June 5th primary election.[2]


Olsewski is a third generation Montanan, born and raised in Great Falls. He graduated from Carroll College in 1984 and was commissioned into the U.S. Air Force as a 2nd Lt. He then attended medical school at the University of Washington School of Medicine, after which he enter active duty practicing aerospace medicine and general and orthopedic surgery. He left the Air Force in 1997 and completed a fellowship in advanced surgical training in Sports Medicine and Adult Reconstruction at the University of Texas Health Science Center.

Olszewski is currently the president of Flathead Orthopedics and the Director of Surgery at North Valley Hospital in Whitefish, MT.[3][4]


  • B.S., Biology, Carroll College (1984)
  • MD, University of Washington (1988)



See also: Montana gubernatorial and lieutenant gubernatorial election, 2012

Olszewski sought the Republican nomination for Lieutenant Governor of Montana. He and his running mate, Jim Lynch, finished sixth in a field of seven candidate pairs in the June 5th primary election.[2]


Olsewski and his wife, Nancee, have five children.[4]

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