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  • Appropriations
  • Defense
  • Infrastructure
  • Telecommunications
  • Transportation


  • Staff Director,  House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure
  • Chief of Staff, United States House of Representatives
  • Legislative Director, United States House of Representatives
  • Deputy Staff Director, House Committee on Small Business

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Paul Sass

Senior Vice President

Paul Sass has joined Cassidy as a Senior Vice President. Paul comes to Cassidy after two decades on the Hill, where he most recently served as the Republican Staff Director of the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure (T&I) for Sam Graves (R-MO).

“For the last 3 ½ years, since I took over as this Committee’s Republican leader, Paul has skillfully led our staff in many successful efforts to improve the quality and safety of our Nation’s infrastructure.  No one has worked with more commitment and dedication to public service than Paul.  I want to thank him for his service, his guidance, his loyalty, and his friendship over these last two decades.  I wish him and his family the very best as he moves on to the next phase of his already accomplished career,” said Ranking Member Graves.

In addition to his time on T&I, Paul’s accomplished 20-year career on Capitol Hill included service as Legislative Director and Chief of Staff for Congressman Graves. These experiences served him well as he led strategic efforts and negotiations that contributed to the passage of substantial legislation. During his tenure as Republican Staff Director, the T&I Committee passed landmark bills including the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs ActWater Resources Development Act of 2020 and 2022, Aircraft Certification Reform Act, and Coast Guard reauthorization, among others. Looking ahead, Paul brings deep policy and political understanding to the complex issues before the Committee, such as the upcoming FAA Reauthorization bill.