The Amherst and Milford Democrats will hold a potluck supper on Thursday, January 14, at the Unitarian Church at 20 Elm Street in Milford. Social time begins at 6:00 p. m. and dinner will follow at 6:30 p. m. Plan to bring either a vegetable dish, a main dish, or a dessert.
Guest speaker will be Colin Van Ostern. Colin currently serves on the NH Executive Council representing District 2 and is a candidate for Governor. He has been a strong supporter of the commuter rail connecting Nashua to Boston and helped launch College for America at Southern New Hampshire University. He has also had experience as a private sector business leader. The other declared candidate for Governor, Mark Connolly, was the featured speaker at the committees’ November’s potluck dinner.
Mark Connolly, candidate for governor, will be the guest speaker at the Amherst Democrats potluck dinner. The event will be held at the UU Church, 20 Elm St., Milford on November 17th. Doors open at 6pm, dinner at 6:30pm. Please join us to learn about Mark Connolly and his vision for NH’s future. All are welcome.
“Democrat Mark Connolly jumps in race for N.H. governor” – Concord Monitor
“Now is the time for me to stand up for our state, and fight for those who have struggled, those who have no voice,” he said. “I will always be their voice” — Mark Connolly announcing his candidacy, Concord Monitor
Lincoln Chafee, former governor of Rhode Island, spoke to a warm and enthusiastic throng of Amherst & Milford Democrats on May 6th. The event was covered by several news organizations, including WMUR.
Lincoln Chaffee addressing Amherst Democrats Potluck
Governor Chafee served as a US Senator from R.I. as a Republican from 1999 until 2007, when he was the only Republican senator to vote against authorizing the Iraq war.
In 2011 he left the Republican party and was elected Governor of Rhode Island as an Independent, the first independent to serve in that capacity since 1790.
In 2008 Lincoln Chafee registered as a Democrat and supported Barack Obama in his campaign for the Presidency.
Joe O’Neil, Graham Smith, and Lincoln Chaffee
He has formed an exploratory committee to evaluate whether he might run for President in 2016.
Nancy Iannuzzelli & Lincoln Chaffee