Assemblyman Andrew Garbarino grew up in Long Island. His family owned small businesses from Bayshore to Patchogue. His grandfather and great uncle owned local grocery stores, his uncle owned the local deli, and his dad owned the local law firm where Andrew currently works.
After graduating from George Washington University, Andrew returned to Long Island to attend law school at Hofstra.
Since 2013, he has represented the south shore in the New York State Assembly, fighting against Governor Cuomo’s liberal machine that has tried to raise taxes and take more control over local businesses and personal lives. He fought the “bail-reform” law that has allowed MS-13 gang members to walk free and wants to bring that same fight to Washington, DC.