Meet Andrew

I’m Andrew Pruski and I’m running for House of Delegates.


As a member of the county council I have been committed to strengthening our schools, improving public safety, supporting infrastructure that impacts our quality of life, strengthening our local economy, and safeguarding our environment. I work for you and that has guided how I have approached my job as a councilman. Constituent services have always been my top priority. People deserve a representative that stands at their side.


To those who have supported me in the past I ask for your continued support to continue the great work we have done these past 8 years. To those who are getting to know me for the first time, my wife Roxanne, our children Jacob, Clara, and Walter, and our dog Stanley look forward to meeting you and working to earn your support. Together, we can work towards a brighter future for our community.

Andrew Pruski


Andrew has served our community on the county council since 2014. During his service, he fought to address issues important to our community including improving our schools, increased support for public services, promoting economic growth, and protecting our environment.


As councilman, Andrew has led the charge on a host of issues important to Anne Arundel County including: higher salaries for our teachers and capital improvements for our schools, implementing a police body camera program, supporting property tax credits for veterans in our county, and bringing needed projects to our community including the upcoming West County Swim Center.


Andrew earned his Bachelor’s of History and a Master’s in Education at Niagara University in New York. Following college, Andrew moved to Maryland and served as a social studies teacher at Frederick Douglass High School. While teaching, Andrew served as a building representative and local government relations chair for the Maryland State Teachers Association (now the Maryland State Education Association) where he led efforts at the state level to fight for increased funding for education. While teaching, Andrew met his wife Roxanne. Andrew and Roxanne live in the Four Seasons Community in Gambrills with their three children Jacob, Clara, and Walter and their dog Stanley.

Andrew believes elected officials are meant to serve, not be served. Will you join him in working toward a brighter future for our community?