Jason Richard Ravnsborg is a well-known politician and attorney from the United States.
Jason was selected Attorney General of South Dakota in 2018 as a Republican, as he formerly ran in the Republican primary for South Dakota’s United States Senate race in 2014, which former Governor Mike Rounds won.
Jason has done a great job in his field of work, as he is a combat vet and officer in the United States Army Reserve who has performed deployments in Afghanistan and Iraq. For his assistance in Iraq, he received the Bronze Star Medal.
Although he is a public figure but little about him is known in the public
Jason filed an amicus brief in the case of Bostock v. Clayton County in 2019, arguing that Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 does not provide any protection against job discrimination based on sexual orientation along with gender identity.
It is reported that he hit a person with his automobile and didn’t recognize it was a human, therefore the attorney general of South Dakota is being impeached because he was involved in an automobile accident.
Ravnsborg was meant to be promoted to colonel in 2021, but his sudden case has held down his promotion
Ravnsborg is admitted to practice law in South Dakota, Iowa, and Nebraska, the United States Supreme Court, also the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals, the District of Columbia Court of Appeals, the Federal Court of Claims, along with the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Jason Richard Ravnsborg was born into the family of Richard Ravnsborg and Jeanne Ravnsborg, in Cherokee, Iowa.
Jason grew up on his family’s farm also attended Cherokee Washington High School before graduating in 1994.
He graduated from University of South Dakota after high school, where he earned a B.S. in history and political science in 1998. He subsequently went to the University of South Dakota School of Law, where he earned his J.D. in 2001.
Jason received a master’s degree in history from the University of South Dakota in 2001. Richard was also a member of the Army Reserve Officers’ Training Corps and served in the U.S. Army Reserve beginning in 1996.