Liam Kahn joined Bolton-St. Johns as a Senior Associate for Political Affairs in February 2021, bringing with him a diverse background in campaigns, non-profits, and government. He started his career as the youngest Deputy Town Supervisor in the history of Woodstock, New York, being sworn in exactly one month after turning 18. He went on to work in a variety of positions across politics, non-profits, and private business, from numerous political campaigns, to being on the production team of the 2017 Special Olympics World Winter Games in Austria.
Subsequently Liam served as Finance Director for Juan Figueroa, who became the first Puerto Rican American elected Sheriff in New York history. Concurrently Liam combined his love of art and activism and, together with a group of dear friends, founded and served as Political Director of Hudson Valley Votes, producing sold-out get out the vote fundraisers. In 2020 he joined Drag Out The Vote, a nonprofit focused on using the art and activism of drag to educate, register, and turn out voters. He headed up their 2020 national campaign for which he designed the Drag Ambassador Program, a successful effort that recruited more than 300 drag artists in 44 states to serve as digital organizers in the 2020 General Election.