Andrew Kuzma is a Trusted local attorney, experienced Township Commissioner, a proven leader, and a 2022 candidate for State Representative serving Pennsylvania’s 39th House District which is split between Allegheny and Washington Counties.
Andrew can be trusted to provide the conservative leadership needed to fight for our jobs, support strong reforms that restore confidence in the election process, give parents more control over their children’s education and make public safety a top priority.
Andrew knows families and seniors cannot afford to pay higher taxes, especially during these tough times. He is proud of his record as a township commissioner where he has held the line on taxes, controlled spending, and found innovative ways to solve problems and find real solutions. Through strong financial discipline and ethical leadership, Andrew has never voted to increase property taxes. In the legislature, he will be a strong voice for taxpayers
Andrew is committed to keeping our families, seniors, and children safe by ensuring our law enforcement has the tools necessary to keep drug dealers and dangerous criminals off our streets. Andrew will fight to ensure the voters of our state have a fair and secure election process through commonsense election reforms.
Andrew strongly opposes the continuous push by liberal politicians to increase taxes, hike wasteful spending and enact job-crushing policies. He believes these misguided policies are driven by extreme politics and not sound judgment and these policies hurt middle-class families, have a negative impact on our economy, and cost us good paying steel and energy jobs.
While government does not create jobs, Andrew understands that it can ensure our state is competitive when it comes to attracting employers and supporting the job-creating industries of tomorrow.
As State Representative, Andrew will work to create an environment for small businesses in Allegheny and Washington counties to add jobs and grow our economy, and he will work with legislators and local officials from either party to keep the jobs we have and attract new jobs
Andrew is a resident of Elizabeth Township in Allegheny County with strong family ties in Carroll Township-Washington County. He is married to his wife Hannah, who is a NICU nurse at West Penn Hospital and they are members of Spirit Chapel Church in Elizabeth Township
Andrew is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh and earned his juris doctor at Duquesne University.