David B. Castillo
On this race: Elected Experience: None
Other Professional Experience: Veteran, United States Navy, Presidential Appointee, Department of Homeland Security, Deputy Assistant Secretary under President Gorge W Bush for Congressional and Legislative Affairs for the Department of Veterans Affairs, Presidential appointee for Intergovernmental Affairs Officer with the U.S. Department of Labor
Education: University of Washington Bachelors Degree; Gonzaga University, Masters Degree
Community Service: David is a member of Rotary International, Veterans of Foreign Wars, the American Legion, and the National Rifle Association. David and his family attend Lifepointe Church in Lacey, WA.
Statement: As the only son of a single mom with four kids, David came of age in an environment where money was tight and church and friends were a vital resource. These circumstances have given him a special appreciation for the opportunities our country provides. David Castillo is a Financial Advisor with Edward Jones Investments. David Castillo is originally from Centralia, Washington and graduated from Centralia high school where he ran track for the all league state track team. Mr. Castillo and his wife Callie make their home in Olympia, Washington with their four year old son Caidan and dog Sophie.
"David Castillo will be a new voice for Washington who will bring fresh ideas and real world experience to Washington, D.C. I know that he will be a tireless advocate and leader for the 3rd Congressional district and for Washington State." Rob McKenna, Washington State Attorney General
"David's life and career are a testimony to public service. Whether as a sailor in the Navy, or his service to the President, David has consistently worked to protect America and its dream for future generations." Senator Don Benton, 17th District - Vancouver
"We are proud to endorse David Castillo as a Champion of Freedom. His commitment to fundamental free market principles tells me he will be one of the leaders in the next Congress on core limited government issues." Dick Armey, Chairman of FreedomWorks & former House Majority Leader