Veteran | Husband | Father | Christian | Conservative
David Clark, was born the fourth of ten children, where he spent his formative years on a small farm in Suwanee before moving to Lake Lanier. Although he always loved the outdoors, history captivated him at an early age. Through his love of history a deep seated concerned for his country developed. If we want to keep our country strong and free, we need people willing to put the love of God, family and country ahead of ourselves. This belief led him to join the military when he finished high school, inspired him through Army Ranger School and took him all the way to Afghanistan in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. After returning home, he attended Georgia Gwinnett College and is now a small business owner.
Representative Clark understands the devastating impact of the continued overreach of the Federal Government into our state. President Ronald Reagan famously said “Freedom is never more than one generation away from extinction. We didn’t pass it to our children in the bloodstream. It must be fought for, protected, and handed on for them to do the same.” To that end Clark commits to stand for all the conservative principles that have made our state and country great. It is also a priority of his to see Georgia lead the United States in the way we treat the men and women who serve our nation in the United States Military.
Clark spent a portion of his youth fighting – literally – for the freedom of this nation. Now he wants to spend this next season of his life fighting in the political realm for the freedom of the State of Georgia to govern itself. As long as he follows the Constitution our Founding Fathers created, which Clark swore to uphold while fighting for the United States in Afghanistan, then Clark will undoubtfully make our District and State proud.
Clark is honored to have your support for State Representative in District 98. As a man who values his principles over politics Clark commits to put the interests of District 98 above his personal political aspirations. He is married to Courtney and they have one daughter, Madison. They are active members of Gwinnett Church and live in Sugar Hill.