David Kustoff

David Kustoff


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Rep. Kustoff Introduces the TRACED Act

2019-03-15 19:34:22

Catch Up With Kustoff

2019-03-14 18:18:50

Rep. David Kustoff in FSC Hearing on Wells Fargo Business Practices

2019-03-12 17:18:35

Rep. David Kustoff--Putting Consumers First A Semi Annual Review of the CFPB

2019-03-11 21:02:19

Rep. Kustoff Statement on Motion to Recommit H.J. Res 37 and Tackle the Rise of Anti-Semitism

2019-02-13 21:58:38

Rep. Kustoff Delivers Remarks Following State of the Union Address

2019-02-06 03:42:05

Rep. Kustoff Honors Alderman Bob Kirk

2019-01-17 02:20:15

Kustoff Raises Awareness for Childhood Cancer

2018-09-26 15:17:05

Kustoff Amendment to Help Law Enforcement in High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas

2018-07-19 16:04:09

Rep. Kustoff Fights to Raise Awareness for Asian Carp Threat in Tennessee

2018-07-18 21:34:06

Memorial Day Message

2018-05-26 18:52:15

Kustoff supports S.2155 - The Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief, and Consumer Protection Act

2018-05-22 16:18:04

Rep. Kustoff honors John Verell lll; 2018 University of Tennessee Farmer of the Year

2018-05-16 15:17:18

Rep. Kustoff honors Mr. Larry Laurenzi

2018-05-10 15:38:45

Rep. Kustoff supports the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act

2018-05-08 15:38:04

Congressman Kustoff Supports Modernization and Improvement of the IRS

2018-04-19 14:51:04

Rep. Kustoff Welcomes Ag Secretary to West Tennessee

2018-03-09 22:29:29

Kustoff Speaks on His Bill to Combat Drug Cartels and Fight Opioid Crisis

2018-03-07 00:34:00

Congressman Kustoff Discusses CRA with Treasury Secretary Mnuchin

2018-02-07 17:27:35

Rep. Kustoff: ‘President Trump is Putting West Tennessee and America First’

2018-01-31 05:26:53

Contact Information

Washington, DC 20515
Phone 202-22202-225-4714
Fax 202-22

Committee Assignments

Financial Services

David Kustoff’s roots run deep in West Tennessee. He was born and raised in Shelby County where he attended White Station High School. He received his undergraduate degree from the University of Memphis and graduated in 1992 from the University of Memphis Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law.

In 1998, Kustoff opened a law firm with Jim Strickland, who was elected the Mayor of Memphis in 2016.

Over the years, David has served in various roles for the Republican Party, such as Chairman of the Shelby County GOP from 1995 to 1999, Tennessee Chairman of Lamar Alexander’s successful run for U.S. Senate in 2002 and Tennessee Chairman of both Bush/Cheney presidential campaigns in 2000 and 2004.

Appointed U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Tennessee by President Bush in 2006, Kustoff set his sights on cleaning up government corruption and fighting violent crime and drugs. He oversaw the majority of the Tennessee Waltz trials that sent 12 defendants, including Senator John Ford, to federal prison.

In 2010, David joined the board of BankTennessee, where he put his leadership skills to work, advising the direction of the Community Bank that has served West Tennessee for more than 80 years.

Governor Bill Haslam appointed David to the Tennessee Higher Education Commission in 2015, where he oversaw the implementation of the Tennessee Promise program that provides last dollar Community College scholarships and Tennessee Reconnect, designed to help adults complete their college degrees.

In 2016, David was elected to the House of Representatives for the 8th District of Tennessee. He is a member of the House Financial Services Committee and serves on three subcommittees: Financial Institutions and Consumer Credit, Oversight and Investigation and Terrorism and Illicit Finance.

Working with his colleagues on the Financial Services Committee, he will fight mandates and regulations that are crushing small businesses and will stand up against wasteful government spending.

He will continue to fight for the conservative principles that have defined his career; he stands ready to challenge the way things are done in Washington.

David and his wife, Roberta, live in Germantown and have two children.

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