James Hurysz was born in New York City just after World War II's conclusion. Indeed, both of his parents were born inside the city. He attended private schools in Western and Central New York that helped him prepare for college. Jim then served for two years in the United States Army. Prior to joining the U.S. Department of Commerce, he served as a Quality Assurance expert for a number of notable industrial enterprises.
Former government employee James Hurysz is presently a quality assurance consultant for a number of large Northeast industrial companies. Jim relocated to Arlington County from the Northeast due to the region's declining industrial industry. His quality assurance consulting services, which included information quality assurance, were made accessible to Southeast industrial companies.
James Hurysz elected to run in the Democratic primary for the Arlington Board of Supervisors as a result. Following his departure from the Democratic Party, he ran twice for Congress as an independent (2004, 2006). The Commonwealth of Virginia does not need party registration, and it is common for candidates for public office to run as Independents.) He campaigned on a platform that called on the United States to keep out of third-world wars and be prepared for the twenty-first century's massive population boom.
James Hurysz grew increasingly worried about the deteriorating quality of life in his hometown as a result of the city's fast urbanization when he ran for Congress. He backed candidates for local, state, and federal government because they shared his commitment to enhancing the quality of life in the neighborhood. After Jim's passing, he continued to provide quality assurance (QA) services to industrial enterprises to maintain the long-term stability of the economy, environment, and society.