Member Profile - Austin Cromack

Membership Level



House Judiciary


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GOP Title


Law School

Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University

Practice Area 1

Election Law

Practice Area 2

1st Amendment

Practice Area 3

Constitutional Law



Austin Cromack graduated from the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University in 2020.

Throughout law school, Austin worked exclusively in political and election law.  On the state level, Austin clerked in the Elections Division of the Arizona Secretary of State, the Governor's Office of General Counsel, and the Arizona House of Representatives Majority Counsel's Office. On the national level, Austin clerked for the Republican National Committee General Counsel's Office and the Republican National Lawyers Association.

Austin served as the RNLA’s Policy Director after law school and later became the RNLA’s Deputy Counsel. He now serves as Special Counsel on the House Judiciary Committee. 

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