Hunter J. Gross
- Gross, 25, of Huntington Station, runs a social media consulting firm catering to small businesses. Gross previously worked as a former Hempstead Town clerk executive assistant and as a campaign manager for Nassau Democratic candidates, including for former Hempstead Town supervisor Laura Gillen.
- Gross graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Ohio State University.
- Gross said he wants to address the affordable housing crisis and look into rezoning vacant commercial properties for multifamily housing.
- He said he wants to help small businesses recover from the effects of covid-19 by cutting fees and creating an app encouraging residents to shop locally.
- Gross said he wants to protect the environment by creating a townwide composting program, requiring new buildings of over 25,000 square feet to have solar or green roofs and expanding a bike-share program.