About Paul Anderson for Assembly District 13
Paul Anderson was born and raised in Las Vegas. Paul and his wife April are both native Nevadans. Paul's grandfather came here to help build Hoover dam and shortly thereafter made Las Vegas his home. April's great-grandfather, M.J. Christensen, came to Las Vegas in 1939 and founded M.J. Christensen Jewelers. Both families have been active in the Las Vegas business, civic, and political communities for many generations. After graduating from Clark High School in 1988 Paul served a two-year mission for his church in Fukuoka, Japan.
After returning to the states Paul attended the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and worked as a Japanese tour guide. Paul finished his degree at Chapman University in Orange, California graduating Summa Cum Laude in Business with an emphasis in Finance.
Local Business Owner
During his senior year in college, Paul started a technology company AndersonPC. Since 1996, AndersonPC company has grown to over 25 employees and services a wide-range of business clients across the west. Paul knows what it means to make payroll and pay taxes. He understands the direct impact that decisions in Carson City impact employers and residents in Southern Nevada.
Paul and April have been married just over 20 years. They have been blessed with four great children. Paul believes that strong families are the backbone of society. Paul and April hope their kids can know the quality of life that they grew up with in Las Vegas. To offer future generations of Nevadans a great place to prosper.
Very grateful to have received the candidate endorsement for State Assembly District 13 from the Law Enforcement Coalition. Find the full endorsement letter here: Read More
During a Caucus meeting Monday evening Assembly Republicans unanimously elected Assemblyman Paul Anderson (R-Las Vegas) as their new Assistant Leader. Read More
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