A Personal Note From Erica


I am Erica McCurdy and I am running to be your Georgia House District 95 Representative. Those of you who know me know that I love my community, my family, God, and my country. I will be a strong common-sense Representative who listens to her constituency, who is open to innovative solutions, and who will engage the best and brightest to advise me. I have a history of working hands on in the community, of listening to others, of building businesses, and of volunteering. This is what will make me the kind of Representative who will focus on making our district and our state a better place for people to live, work and grow their businesses.

Erica McCurdy's Father


I grew up at the feet of my immigrant family, listening to stories of coming to America, becoming citizens, finding work, reuniting with family, and becoming financially stable. Their road to the American dream was not easy or fast, but I learned the importance of freedom, family, education, and hard work.

My children are the embodiment of that American dream. I am incredibly proud of them. I have one child in Medical School, another in Law School, and a third who is an economics major and a pilot.


My father served in the United States Marines. He was incredibly proud of his service to his country and both he and my mother instilled in me a deep patriotism. I have always worked to support our service men and women. I am proud of my lifelong commitment to serve our veterans and especially proud to work as a coach and mentor for our SEAL Future Foundation.


Both my husband and I are natives of Metro Atlanta and long-time residents of Peachtree Corners. We are invested in making our district and state better for our children and our children’s children. We have raised three beautiful young adults in Peachtree Corners, and you will often find me walking one of my two rescue dogs, attending a Rotary meeting, a PCBA lunch, or a Southwest Gwinnett Chamber event.


As a former staff member of North Point Community Church, CFO of the Foster Care Support Foundation, and Sustaining member of National Charity League, service has always been central to my life and the lives of our family. I commit 100 hours annually in service to our community – just one of the ways I work to make a positive impact on our community. As your Representative, know that I will be rolling up my sleeves, doing the work, asking the hard questions, and giving my time, energy, and effort to our district in ways that directly impact the people who live and work here.


It takes a team to win an election and I would love to have your help this campaign season. Campaigns are hard work: time consuming and expensive. So I’m going to be counting on each of you for your support, your time, your prayers and your contributions. I hope you will take a moment to sign up as a volunteer or consider making a financial contribution. Thank you, and I look forward to getting to know you this year on the campaign trail.