Want to see Jeanne Shaheen, Carol Shea-Porter and Maggie Hassan returned to office along with a majority in NH Senate? Meet with Coordinated Campaign field director Will Dubbs on Sat, June 21 from 10 to 11 AM at Durham Library. It’s time to bring our team back together in Durham and learn about the plans for the 2014 elections and determine what we can do. Please reply if you think you can attend Sat. meeting. If inconvenient, we’ll try and reschedule.
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Quarterly meeting of Strafford County Democratic Committee this Wed., June 18 from 7 to 8 PM at Durham Public Library. We are holding elections for 2 open positions on SCDC Executive Board. The Board meets monthly and is responsible for assisting towns in electing Democrats and turning out voters in the county.
Any registered Democrat may vote at Wed. meeting. This is the first time we are having a countywide meeting in Durham and it would be wonderful to have a large local turnout.
Need to 2 or 3 volunteers to help at sign-in table. Please RSVP if you can help & plan to arrive by 6:50.
Paid for by the Manchester Democratic City Committee. Elizabeth Kulig, Chair. Donna Soucy, Treasurer.
That’s what we have in the Strafford County Democratic Committee in New Hampshire. That’s what accounts for the county being a bastion of democrats in a sea of pink (New Hampshire Republicans are wishy-washy when they are not plain crazy). The Strafford County Democrats are better than little league baseball, which can only be played […]
I’ve been wondering if some of the Cons’ relianace on euphemisms isn’t just a habit of repeating “things that sound nice” or the conventional wisdom. Perhaps they aren’t intending to deceive. Maybe it’s just a matter of repeating what they hear, like someone who’s memorized the lines in a foreign phrase book.
Today is a good day for Demcorats: 1. Governor John Lynch will be endorsing Maggie Hassan tomorrow. Having the most popular official in the state endorse is a good thing, especially when the Republican nominee has tried to change his stripes from “I will be radically different from John Lynch” to, “I will govern like […]
Something has been bothering me the last couple of days, and it isn’t just the way Akin’s comments about women and their magical powers to stop pregnancy while being raped blew open the door on how Republicans like Paul Ryan don’t believe in choice, even for victims of crimes, and would use abortion bans to […]
This is a nice compilation of sound-bites. It’s recently occurred to me that, if it’s true that 35% of American adults are functionally illiterate, those are people who don’t like to read (most people don’t like what they’re not good at) and prefer to get their news aurally. That’s why they tune in to talk […]
As the next Congressional fight over payroll tax extensions and unemployment benefits and pipelines gets set up in the next few weeks for either its final chapter or to be kicked down the road a bit farther, one or the other, you’re going to hear a lot from our Republican friends about how much they […]