David (David) S. Casas (R-SH107)
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District: 770.931.8033
District FAX: 770.931.8839
Georgia House of Representatives
Room 601-H Coverdell Legislative Office Building 18 Capitol Square
Atlanta, GA 30334

District Office:
PO Box 283
Lilburn, GA 30048-0283
Elected: 2002    Next Election: 2018
Spouse: Ann E.   DOB: 9/18/1971
Committee Assignments
Vice ChairHouse Committee on Education
MemberSubcommittee on Education
MemberHouse Committee on Higher Education
MemberHouse Committee on Budget and Fiscal Affairs Oversight
MemberHouse Committee on Code Revision
Counties Representing


Representative David Casas entered politics on a mission to make a difference for Georgia's families. Now serving his sixth term as a member of the General Assembly, he is making way to do just that. Casas serves as the Vice Chairman of both the Education Committee and Higher Education Committee, and also serves on the Appropriation, and Rules committees. Born in Spain to Cuban parents, Casas later moved to the United States and earned a B.A. in History from Georgia State University in 1996. He earned his Masters of Divinity (MDiv) from Luther Rice Seminary and is pursuing his Phd from Southern Seminary. Employed by the Cobb County School System for twelve years, Casas enjoyed teaching high school American government and economics, and served as a teacher-trainer for the Southern Center for International Studies. He is currently a Seminary professor. Representative Casas has served as a member of the American Legislative Exchange Council, Georgia Partnership for Education, Southern Policy Board and the Southern Regional Education Board's Legislative Advisory Council. In 2002, the educator was awarded the STAR Teacher Award for Cobb County. He is also a recipient of the Georgia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce First Hispanic Legislator Award, the Fort Gordon Signals Corp Hispanic Heritage Month Recognition Award, and the 2008 Legislator of the Year Award from the American Legislative Exchange Council. He and his wife and children are members of First Baptist Church of Atlanta.