Chad Lupinacci has represented the constituents of the Tenth Assembly District since November of 2012. His district includes parts of the Towns of Huntington and Babylon in Suffolk County, as well as the Farmingdale State College campus.
Lupinacci teaches classes in Business Law at Farmingdale State College, and is an adjunct professor of Political Science at area colleges. In addition to his academic and political duties, Lupinacci is an attorney specializing in real estate law and estate planning. He has a JD from Hofstra's School of Law and an MBA from Hofstra's Zarb School of Business; he also has training in business mediation and as an administrative law judge. HisBA in political science is from Hofstra University, where he graduated summa cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa.
Prior to his election to the New York State Assembly, Lupinacci served three terms as a Trustee for the South Huntington Union Free School District. During his tenure as a school board member, Lupinacci worked diligently to improve graduation rates and the quality of district-wide education. His main interests lie in the area of American politics, especially the American presidency and state and local politics. Lupinacci is a life-long resident of the Town of Huntington.
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