99th General Assembly, 2nd Regular Session - 2018
Representative Dan Shaul
Representative
Dan Shaul
District 113
Republican

Elected:2014 
Years Served:
Hometown:Imperial
Counties:Jefferson
Biography
Representative Dan Shaul, a Republican, represents parts of Barnhart, Arnold, Imperial, Pevely and House Springs in Jefferson County (District 113) in the Missouri House of Representatives. He was elected to his first two-year term in November 2014.

Prior to his legislative duties, Rep. Shaul has been the state director of the Missouri Grocers Association since 2006. Before becoming the state director, he was the director of Mid-America Grocers Association in St. Louis. He also served in the United States Air Force until he was honorably discharged from active duty under the troop reduction act of 1990.

Rep. Shaul serves as a board member on the Windsor School Board of Education, the Food Marketing Industry Government Relations Committee and the National Grocers Association, where he was recognized with the “Association Leadership Award.” He also served as a past chairman of the board for Food Industry Association Executives.

Rep Shaul is a 1987 graduate of Lindbergh High School in St. Louis. He earned an associate’s degree in Aviation from Park College in 1992.

Rep. Shaul was born December 13, 1968 in St. Louis. He currently resides in Imperial with his wife Kim, and their three children, Matthew, Emily, and Sarah.
Sponsored Bills
HB 1396 - (4557H.02C)
Prohibits political subdivisions from adopting ordinances restricting the use of plastic bags or other disposable containers.
HB 1397 - (4554H.01I)
Prohibits political subdivisions from requiring employers to alter or adjust any employee scheduling unless required by state or federal law
HB 1570 - (4556H.02I)
Changes the laws regarding the Small Business Regulatory Fairness Board
HB 1857 - (5055H.04I)
Modifies provisions relating to elections
HB 2121 - (5956H.01I)
Changes the laws regarding the time a person may be detained upon arrest
HCR 64 - (5714H.01I)
Urges the U.S. Congress to enact Senate Bill 89 relating to an exemption for certain vessels from federal fire-retardant materials requirements
Co-sponsored Bills
Amendments
Past Legislation