Hunter Rabinowitz is a 4th generation Brooklynite who previously served as the Southern Brooklyn Vice President for Brooklyn Young Democrats. He is excited to assist candidates and advance causes that will aid young people throughout Brooklyn.. As a student at St. John’s University, Hunter majored Government and Politics with a concentration in International Relations, winning the Dr. Gerald E. Fitzgerald Memorial Award in Political Science during his senior year. He participated in Get Out the Vote initiatives throughout Queens and helped organize for Students for Bernie on St. John’s campus in the lead up to the 2016 New York Democratic primary. As a leader on campus, Hunter helped found the United Nations Association at St. John University’s, an organization that seeks to educate and advocate students for the initiatives of the general UNA-USA organization. Hunter is enrolled in a dual degree program at NYU where he is pursuing an MPA degree, specializing in Advocacy and Political Action, and an MA in Judaic Studies. Hunter spent his summers involved in local races throughout Brooklyn, primarily focused on judicial races in 2016 and city council races in 2017. In March 2019, Hunter organized for Caroline Cohen’s Civil Court Race in the 6th Municipal District, becoming Deputy Field Director later that spring. The experience reinvigorated Hunter’s involvement in Brooklyn politics, and he has proudly served on the board for the Brooklyn Young Democrats since the summer of 2019. In his free time, Hunter enjoys watching old movies, visiting Museums in the City, and going to shows for local bands.