Hudson Valley's Sean Eldridge

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In 2011, Sean Eldridge and his husband Chris Hughes moved from Manhattan to Garrison. Over the past year, Eldridge has put down roots in the Hudson Valley as a force on the political and entrepreneurial artisan food scene. (Nov. 12, 2012)

Sean Eldridge, 26, an entrepreneur and political activist
(Credit: Xavier Mascareñas)

Sean Eldridge, 26, an entrepreneur and political activist who lives in Garrison with his husband, Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes, at Table 9 restaurant in Peekskill. (Oct. 24, 2012)

Sean Eldridge, 26, an entrepreneur and political activist
(Credit: Xavier Mascareñas)

Sean Eldridge, 26, an entrepreneur and political activist who lives in Garrison with his husband, Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes, stands by the Hudson River in Peekskill. (Oct. 24, 2012)

Sean Eldridge, 26, an entrepreneur and political activist
(Credit: Xavier Mascareñas)

Sean Eldridge, 26, an entrepreneur and political activist who lives in Garrison with his husband, Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes, in Peekskill. (Oct. 24, 2012)

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Sean Eldridge, 26, an entrepreneur and political activist
(Credit: Xavier Mascareñas)

Sean Eldridge, 26, an entrepreneur and political activist who lives in Garrison with his husband, Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes, stands by the Hudson River in Peekskill. (Oct. 24, 2012)

Sean Eldridge, 26, an entrepreneur and political activist
(Credit: Xavier Mascareñas)

Sean Eldridge, 26, an entrepreneur and political activist who lives in Garrison with his husband, Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes, at Table 9 restaurant in Peekskill. (Oct. 24, 2012)

Sean Eldridge, 26, an entrepreneur and political activist
(Credit: Xavier Mascareñas)

Sean Eldridge, 26, an entrepreneur and political activist who lives in Garrison with his husband, Facebook co-founder Chris Hughes, stands near the Hudson River in Peekskill. (Oct. 24, 2012)

Sean Eldridge, president of Hudson River Ventures, left,
(Credit: Bloomberg)

Sean Eldridge, president of Hudson River Ventures, left, and his husband Chris Hughes, editor-in-chief and publisher of The New Republic and a founder of Facebook Inc., stand for a photograph during the Paris Review Spring Revel gala in New York. (Nov. 12, 2012) *** Local Caption *** Sean Eldridge; Chris Hughes

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