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Category Archives: Call to Action
Help get out the vote for Democrat Kevin Cavanaugh
We’d like to invite you to join us in canvassing for Kevin Cavanaugh.
This is a critical time to be a Democrat – we need to make sure that our voices are being heard throughout the state and in every election. Kevin is running for State Senate in District 16 (Bow, Dunbarton, Candia, Hooksett and Manchester 1, 2 & 12). This election is going to be all about turnout so we are canvassing for the next two weeks to ensure we keep this critical seat! We want a statewide effort to ensure this seat stays blue! Can we count on you to help us knock doors?
Join the Amherst, NH Democrats for July 4th Festivities on the Green
As we do each year, the Amherst Democrats will be sponsoring a Float in the Amherst 4th of July parade. This year we have really gone BIG, with a Float titled: An American History of Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness. You won’t want to miss it!
Show up to the next State Board of Education meeting (6/8) to stop Frank Edelblut from undermining New Hampshire public education
When: Thursday June 8 at 9am
Where: Londergen Hall (Department of Education), 101 Pleasant St., Concord, NH.
What: Frank Edelblut wants to rewrite the state’s math and English language arts standards. This is a blatantly political move. At the May State Board meeting, parents, teachers, superintendents, and community-members showed up in force telling the state board to reject Edelblut’s attempted rewrite. But new State Board Chair Drew Cline asked for additional public input. So we need to turn out in force once again on June 8.