For almost two decades Dan Rabin’s award winning television ads have played vital roles in political victories in the US and overseas. In 1997, Dan began creating ads that helped decide many of America’s closest elections. From US Presidential campaigns to statewide and local races, Dan’s effective way of telling authentic stories, connecting with audiences and staying on message have helped break through the political noise and win.
As a Partner at RSH Campaigns, Dan’s portfolio includes ad campaigns for the Minnesota DFL IE for Governor Mark Dayton, the DFL IE for Congressman Rick Nolan, Elorza for Mayor, The Sierra Club, the Renewable Energies Coalition and dozens of other candidates and causes.
Internationally, Dan has helped elect five heads of state and created media campaigns for multiple candidates, parties and causes including: President Manuel Zelaya in Honduras, the MRS in Nicaragua, the Democratic Party of Thailand, G17+ and For European Serbia in Serbia, The United National Movement of Georgia, Vitali Klitchko in Kyiv Ukraine, The PLP in The Bahamas and the opposition movements in Venezuela and Bolivia.
Dan has logged millions of miles of US and international travel for both work and pleasure, including multiple journeys throughout Africa, Asia, South and Central America, and Europe.
Dan is a University of Maryland Alum and has been a guest lecturer on political media at Columbia University. He still plays beer league ice hockey and is a USA Hockey level 4 coach working with mites and pee wee’s in youth hockey programs. Dan lives in downtown Washington, DC with his wife Allison, sons Cameron and Brighton, and their three rescued dogs.