Hi, I’m Andrew Pilloud. I am a Washington native, and I’ve lived in Seattle since 2011. I am actively involved in grassroots politics, fighting for individual liberty, citizen’s rights, and fiscal responsibility in all levels of government. I am a software engineer working at Google. The opinions stated here are my own, not necessarily those of my employer. Take a look at GitHub or LinkedIn for more on that. In 2013, I ran for Seattle port commissioner. In 2016, I ran for state house.

I’ve lived in Washington State for most of my life, in Bellevue up until I was 6 years old, followed by Mukilteo from age 12 until I left for college at 18. I graduated from Washington State University in 2011 with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering. After that, I moved to Seattle. I live in the Arbor Heights neighborhood of West Seattle today. My interests include data processing, robotics, automation, small business, and empowering political activists at the local level. I previously worked at Isilon Systems and Igneous Systems.

Some of my other projects include managing Ampmouse.net, a company I founded to build the tools and databases grassroots activists need to effectively further their cause.