Though this is not an official Democratic event, it is an appearance that may be of interest.
If you have an interest in politics or recent American history, Author Gerard F. Doherty will be appearing in Nashua on July 11 at the Senior Center at 70 Temple Street at 6:30 pm to talk about his book. He is a Kennedy family intimate as well as a former advisor to Presidents Johnson and Carter. The name of the book is “They Were My Friends: Jack, Bob and Ted” Admission is free.
The Nashua Coordinated Campaign Office is opening its doors to the community this Thursday at 6PM. Our office will be the hub of all Democratic activity in the city. We will be launching canvasses, having phonebanks, writing letters to the editor, and other activities to turn out voters this November. We will be joined be our great Congresswoman, Ann McLane Kuster, and we will have state candidates as well.
The New Hampshire Democratic Party Veterans and Military Families Caucus invites you to join us on Saturday July 21 at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics for our Inaugural Summer Summit! This is a pivotal moment to come together to make New Hampshire the best state for veterans and those who care for them.
At the summit we will talk with experts about the state of veterans’ affairs in New Hampshire and nationally, we will hear from our Congressional leadership, and we will workshop around how we can best build community with veterans and military-connected families to advance shared Democratic values and goals.
Lunch and refreshments will be provided and the event is free, but seats are limited, so sign up now at the link below:
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Learn more about this local organization – Bridges Domestic & Sexual Violence Support
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.
Nashua ranked 2nd in providing city services. Six categories were considered:
Infrastructure / pollution
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):
50% – 2016 crime data
10% – % of population 65+ (2010 data)
10% – city cost of living (2010 data)
10% – healthcare costs (2010 data)
10% – laws protecting against elder card abuse
10% – state’s average retirement age
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