The NDCC website is maintained by the following volunteers:
Rich Green – Webmaster. Software Project Manager by trade.
Jan Schmidt – Technical consultant and former webmaster. Web Designer by trade.
Michael Pedersen – Caretaker of the calendar and NDCC First Vice-Chair
Cat Tanguay – Web Assistant
Check for local candidate visits in the calendar!
Cory Booker is the 1st candidate to announce a Nashua office! 83 W. Pearl St.
1-5 are the leaders based on a NH April poll
Bold italics = officially declared
1. Bernie Sanders -VT Senator
2. Joe Biden (DE) – former Vice President
3. Pete Buttigieg – IN – Mayor of South Bend
4. Elizabeth Warren – MA Senator
5. Kamala Harris – CA Senator
And the rest ……
Beto O’Rourke – TX – former US Representative
Amy Klobuchar – MN Senator
Kirsten Gillibrand – NY Senator
Cory Booker – NJ Senator
Andrew Yang – NY – Entrepreneur – Founder of Venture for America
Julian Castro – TX – Former HUD Secretary
John Delaney – MD – Former US Representative
Tulsi Gabbard – HI – US Representative
Marianne Williamson – CA – Entrepreneur
John Hickenlooper – CO – former Governor
Jay Inslee – WA Governor
Tim Ryan – OH – US Representative
Eric Swalwell – CA – US Representative
Michael Bennet – CO Senator
Seth Moulton – MA – US Representative
Wayne Messam – FL – Mayor of Miramar
Bill De Blasio – NY – Mayor of New York City
Steve Bullock – MO Governor
Mike Gravel – AK – former Senator
Bridges has been serving victims of domestic violence and sexual assault in the Greater Nashua area since 1977. In addition to supporting women and families as they transition out of abusive relationships and households, they run a crisis line that relies heavily on volunteers to both field calls and accompany victims to the hospital to help provide resources and information about Bridges Services.
To learn more about how you can make an impact–– go to http://bridgesnh.org/
The following series of Town Halls are designed for you to meet Mayor Donchess and your local Aldermen. All remaining Town Halls start at 7PM:
Ward 1 – June 18 – Broad St Elementary School
Ward 4 – June 17 – Ledge St Elementary School
Ward 5 – June 24 – Main Dunstable School
Ward 9 – June 20 – New Searles Elemenrtary School
Celebrate Nashua’s 2nd Annual Juneteenth Celebration
What is “Juneteenth”?
A year ago, NH officially recognized Juneteenth, where the state affirmed the commemoration of the end of slavery in the United States. New Hampshire had been one of only five states in the country that did not recognize Juneteenth as a day of observance.
Nashua Democratic City Committee
PO Box 632
Nashua NH 03061