Jeremy J. Olson

Jeremy J. Olson is a liberty activist, IT professional, and small business owner from New Hampshire.

Jeremy moved to New Hampshire from Massachusetts in 2007 after the enactment of Romneycare, the predecessor to Obamacare. From 2007–14, he volunteered with political campaigns and organizations in and around the Manchester area, and engaged in legislative advocacy in Concord with the New Hampshire Liberty Alliance and Citizens for Criminal Justice Reform – New Hampshire. He served as Research Director for the NHLA in 2008–10 and 2012–14, and has been Secretary of CCJR-NH since its founding in 2011. After moving to Grafton, he concentrated on local politics for a number of years before scaling back his involvement in 2015.

In late 2021, in response to Covid-19, Jeremy reconnected with the liberty community and got involved again. In 2022, he served as campaign manager for Donald McFarlane for N.H. House, volunteered for the successful Michael Yakubovich and Keith Murphy for N.H. Senate campaigns, and also the Don Bolduc for U.S. Senate campaign. Jeremy is now a member of the Grafton County Republican Committee and the N.H. Republican State Committee. He will also be at the State House in 2023 working with the NHLA on legislative advocacy.

As a participant in the Free State Project, Jeremy was mover #200. He regularly attends the Taproom Tuesday and New Movers Party events, and as of 2023 hosts the monthly Merrimack Valley Porcupines meetup.

Jeremy is a libertarian, an eleutherian, a voluntaryist, and an anarcho-capitalist: A liberal in the classical, and proper, meaning of the word. He is a secular humanist, and believes that human behavior and morality ought to be guided by the Non-Aggression Principle. His personal motto is “Quod vis fac.”

As an information technology professional, Jeremy specializes in IT security and privacy, and has worked in the industry since 2000. He created his first website in 1996. He is currently a senior software developer at a mid-size software business in southern New Hampshire. In 2007, he founded EPRCI, a small web-hosting, IT consulting, and web-development business, with many other liberty activists and organizations as its customers. EPRCI is not currently accepting new customers but is still online, and Jeremy continues to run the company in his free time.