We hope you had a relaxing and enjoyable Fourth of July and are back from the break ready to elect Democrats because we have a lot of work to do!
In the past few weeks we’ve had highs and lows. We found out that President Trump would get to pick another Supreme Court Justice with Anthony Kennedy’s retirement and we’ve seen images and heard stories of children locked up in cages. This comes in addition to Governor Sununu vetoing bills that would have saved three biomass companies, all of which are now planning on closing, because that’s what his corporate donors wanted.
But, despite these tough times, Democrats have been active and engaged like never before. We had an incredible first Day of Action where volunteers laid the groundwork for an eventual sweep in the coming elections. We also saw Granite Staters come together to protest Trump’s horrific immigration policies and we celebrated Pride in Nashua.
Trump and Sununu will keep pushing their radical agendas whenever possible, so the best thing for us to do is to get off the sidelines and elect Democrats!
Find events near you by clicking HERE and play your part.
Recently, the New Hampshire Coordinated Campaign officially kicked off as 11 organizers and six Regional Organizing Directors hit the ground, ready to put in the work to bring Democratic control back to the State House, State Senate, Executive Council, and governorship and keep both congressional seats blue.
The New Hampshire Coordinated Campaign Regional Organizing Directors are:
Please continue to use this regular newsletter as a tool for your local committee meetings or as a supplement to your own regular newsletter.
As always, don’t hesitate to reach out to us with any questions you may have.
We are going to need all hands-on-deck in 2018. If you’d like to get involved, please let us know. There are many ways to help out! You can volunteer to write letters to your local paper, call your local representatives, testify at hearings, or share posts on social media.
The NHDP is gearing up for our 2018 Coordinated Campaign! We are bringing on staff and volunteers to support our Town and County committees to turn out the vote in November. We need your help finding places for them to stay. Whether it is for a week or through election day – any little bit helps. Please fill out THIS FORM if you are able to house a volunteer or staff member.
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
Will Bateson – contributor and member of the Senator Hassan team
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/
Welcome to America’s 9th best-run city in the US out of 150 surveyed according to WalletHub, a personal finance website.
Nashua ranked 2nd in providing city services. Six categories were considered:
In December, this site declared Nashua as the safest city in America. 182 cities were analyzed in the December study.
AND Nashua was also voted the 34th safest city to retire in the US by Security Choice analysts (out of 495 metropolitan areas). No other NH city was listed in the top 100. Factor weighting (Nashua’s rating = 80.53):