Michael Peroutka's Five Key Issues
Prosecute public officials who have exceeded their lawful authority and have violated the God-given, constitutionally protected, liberties of Marylanders.
Secure the God-given and Constitutionally protected right of the people to act in self-defense and defense of family, community, and country by ensuring that the right of individuals to keep and bear arms is not infringed.
Defend the dignity of all human life by acting to protect the lives of all persons including the pre-born and the elderly.
Restore election integrity:
✔ Investigate discrepancies and anomalies in recent elections in Maryland.
✔ Conduct a comprehensive review of election methods and processes to ensure fairness, openness, and transparency.
✔ Prosecute those who have falsified election processes or results.
Protect Marylanders from those who have entered the United States and Maryland unlawfully or under false pretenses, as well as those who have unlawfully colluded with them to do so.
More About Michael Peroutka
MICHAEL ANTHONY PEROUTKA is a former Anne Arundel County Councilman. Elected in 2014, he represented District Five and was elected Council Chairman in 2018. Michael graduated from Loyola College (now University) in Maryland in 1974 with a Bachelor of Arts in Business Administration. In 1981, he graduated from the University of Baltimore, School of Law.
Following his admission to the bar, he briefly served in a legal capacity for the Department of Health and Human Services before partnering with his brother, Stephen, in the law firm of Peroutka & Peroutka, P.A. of Pasadena, Maryland. After 27 years as a principal in the firm, Mr. Peroutka retired from private practice.
In 2004, Michael Anthony Peroutka was the Constitution Party’s candidate for President of the United States of America. He ran on a platform that sought to Honor God, Protect the Family, and Restore the Republic. As co-founder of The Institute on the Constitution, a nation-wide program teaching the principles incorporated in the Declaration of Independence and the U. S. Constitution and the Maryland Constitution, Michael has taught and lectured in Maryland and across the country about law, liberty and government related topics. He has three grown children and lives with his wife, Natalie, in Millersville, Maryland.