Born August 15, 1948, in Shreveport, Louisiana, Dr. Artis Ray Cash
attended Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament School, Notre Dame High School, and Booker T. Washington High School
After graduating in 1966 he attended Grambling College before relocating to Los Angeles, California where he attended several other colleges, including People's College of Law.
opened Arsaka Research Company
in 1979, which grew into maintaining the drainage system for the City of Los Angeles.
The business later expanded into the building trade, employing upward of 75 people at one point.
In 1979 Dr. Cash
also surrendered the dark side of his
life for a full life in Jesus Christ.
For 3 years he
spoke before the Full Gospel Businessmen's circuit testifying of the things of the past until the days of preparation were fulfilled so that he
began a life of helping society overcome problems that he
himself was once part of.
advocacy brought him before the Congress of the United States
at a congressional hearing concerning lack of equality in governmental contracts.
received many awards, including Man of the Year
Award from Crenshaw Christian Center
, and other commendations for services rendered to the community.
Married 24 years to wife Debora and a father of five, Dr. Cash returned to Shreveport in 1995, where he founded Shreveport Christian Church.
believes that he
is divinely inspired to sit in the 111th Congress
(It is a fact that over 80% of the registered voters in District 4 are Christian believers.) Thus, he
asks that you prayerfully consider voting this divine will and send him to Congress.