Doug Ose, an early and outspoken ally of President Donald Trump, served three terms in Congress, representing the Sacramento area in California's 3rd Congressional District. Ose then returned to the private sector, honoring a self-imposed term-limit pledge.

While in Congress, Ose served on the House Government Reform Committee, the House Agriculture Committee and the House Financial Services Committee.

During his time in Congress, Ose was named a “Hero of the Taxpayers” by Americans for Tax Reform, a “Guardian of Small Business” by the National Federation

of Independent Business and earned a “Tax Fighter” award from the National Tax Limitation Committee. Ose voted for a $1.35 trillion tax reform package that ended the marriage penalty tax, lowered the estate tax and increased child tax credits for American families.

Prior to his election, Congressman Ose owned and operated a real estate development and investment company. In 2011, he assumed operations of Gibson Ranch Regional Park. He earned a degree in Business Administration from the University of California, Berkeley, and lives in Sacramento County with his wife.