Past Roswell Rotary President and Former Geisinger Grassroots Campaign Co-Chair Dave McCleary Announces Candidacy for House District 48
McCleary Seeks to Fill Seat Vacated Due to the Passing of Representative Geisinger
Roswell, Ga.- Dave McCleary, noted Roswell civic leader and former grassroots co-chair for Representative Harry Geisinger, will run to succeed the recently deceased long term State Representative. Dave and his wife Pam are 25 year residents of Roswell. They are the proud parents of two Roswell High School graduates. They are active members of North Point Community Church. Dave has been a very involved in civic and community service over the years. He became a member of the Roswell Rotary Club in 2002 and served as President in 2010.
“I believe that we are all called to a purpose. For me, my passion is helping others. Whether through being involved in the Roswell Rotary Club’s Roswell Memorial Day Committee or taking WWII veterans on Honor Air trips to DC or working to end human trafficking and advocating for anti-bullying and anti-human trafficking legislation to protect our children, there is no greater way in making a difference than through serving others,” said McCleary.
“Dave McCleary is one of the most dedicated community patriots I have ever known. His political philosophy is simple, namely, what’s best for the people.” – Herman Cain
In addition to creating a legacy of civic leadership and successfully advocating for legislation, Dave is a committed conservative who has worked to elect principled, Conservative candidates to all levels of office. Dave is proud to be an early graduate of the Coverdell Leadership Institute, now known as Republican Leadership Georgia. “I have worked hard on many campaigns serving as State Co-Chair for Herman Cain’s Presidential campaign; Fulton County Co-Chair of Senator David Perdue’s campaign; 6th District Co-Chair for Senator Johnny Isakson’s 2004 and 2010 Campaigns; Fulton County Co-Chair for Congressman Tom Price’s 2006 campaign; and Co-Chair of Harry Geisinger’s grassroots campaigns since 2004. I greatly respected Harry and his work ethic. I am glad to have called him friend and mentor. It would be a real honor to serve and work hard for the people of my community, District 48,” said McCleary.
Governor Deal recently called for a Special Election to fill the seat due to the untimely passing of Representative Geisinger. McCleary will formally announce his candidacy on Tuesday, June 2. McCleary will hold a campaign kickoff on Thursday, June 4th. For more information, please visit www.electdavemccleary.com or call (678)250-4346.