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  Andrews, Philip M.
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NamePhilip M. Andrews
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Gaithersburg, Maryland , United States
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Apr 03, 2005 01:04pm
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InfoAndrews has worked at the state, county, and local levels to make government more responsive to people. As executive director of Common Cause of Maryland (1988-1994), he led successful battles that limited political action committee contributions, prohibited lobbyists from fundraising for officials whom they lobby, and strengthened the state's open meetings law. As managing director of Montgomery County's AmeriCorps program, Community Assisting Police, (1994-1998), Andrews implemented victim assistance and crime prevention programs that continue to help thousands of county residents. At the local level, Andrews served on the Gaithersburg Board of Appeals, and on numerous city advisory committees, and was president of his civic association.

Andrews, 43, holds a master's degree in governmental administration from the University of Pennsylvania and a bachelor's degree in political science from Bucknell University. Andrews grew up in Silver Spring and attended Montgomery County public schools. He and his wife, Staci, live in Gaithersburg with their son.


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