A Special Announcement

Today, lifelong Baltimore County resident Ryan Nawrocki announced his candidacy to bring a voice to the people of eastern Baltimore County as the next County Council member from District 6. 

“I’m running for County Council because eastern Baltimore County residents deserve a real voice and a different direction. For too long, we’ve had crumbling schools, a lack of focus on creating good paying jobs and a County Councilperson that hasn’t fought for the hard-working residents of our district,” said Nawrocki. “Throughout my career I’ve worked to serve my community and fought for opportunity for everyone. As a council member I will continue to work every day to give a voice to small businesses and to give the middle class a seat at the table,” he added.

The proud son of a working-class family, Nawrocki learned the values of hard work and determination from the examples his grandfathers set as a World War II U.S. Navy Veteran and a World War II airplane builder at the Glenn L. Martin Company in Middle River. These values served Nawrocki well as the first person in his family to graduate from college. They also served the community well as Nawrocki was the youngest appointee in the administration of former Gov. Bob Ehrlich, a communications director for Congressman Andy Harris and later helped to modernize and transform one of the largest state agencies here in Baltimore as a part of the Hogan Administration. A firm believer in the American dream, Nawrocki recently created his own small business – a communications and marketing firm.

“I believe that by working together we can achieve what many people think is now impossible— better schools, more jobs, and improved infrastructure. Residents from Bowleys Quarters to Hillendale have told me, it’s time we have a voice on the council. We need someone who will put people above politics.”

Nawrocki and his wife Lauren live in Middle River with their daughter Emily and sons Matthew and Luke. They are currently expecting their fourth child.  Lauren is a nurse practitioner who recently completed her doctorate in nursing practice at the University of Maryland.  Nawrocki is currently completing his master’s degree in public management at Johns Hopkins University. 

Ryan Nawrocki for Baltimore County Council