Let’s Go For A Walk This Weekend For New Hampshire Working Families


Brothers & Sisters,
 
 
The polls are getting too close for us to sit this weekend out. We need the help of every member that has two hours to spare before Election Day. In two hours, you can make a difference and help us in our final push to elect leaders that will fight for working families.
 
 
 
I know that we’ve asked a lot of our labor family its allies over the past year. But it has never been more critical for us to engage our fellow union members and make sure they have a plan to vote on Tuesday.
 
 
Below you will find a list of our Get Out The Vote Canvass Events taking place in Nashua and Hooksett, everyday, through Election Day.
 
 
 

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4 | 9am-6pm
Labor 2016 Get-Out-The-Vote Canvassing
America Votes Partners Nashua Field Office
4 John Tyler Road, Merrimack NH

 

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4 | 9am-6pm 
Labor 2016 Get-Out-The-Vote Canvassing
NH AFL-CIO Offices
161 Londonderry Turnpike, Hooksett, NH

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5 | 9am to 6pm
Labor 2016 Get-Out-The-Vote Canvassing
America Votes Partners Nashua Field Office
4 John Tyler Road, Merrimack NH

 

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5 | 9am to 6pm
Labor 2016 Get-Out-The-Vote Canvassing
NH AFL-CIO Offices 
161 Londonderry Turnpike, Hooksett, NH

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 6 | 9am to 6pm
Labor 2016 Get-Out-The-Vote Canvassing
America Votes Partners Nashua Field Office
4 John Tyler Road, Merrimack NH

SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 6 | 9am to 6pm 
Labor 2016 Get-OUT-The-Vote Canvassing
NH AFL-CIO Offices 
161 Londonderry Turnpike, Hooksett, NH

You can also use this secure online sign-up form to volunteer for multiple labor walk shifts from now to Election Day: 
https://goo.gl/forms/AbBezdGheWf87IO43

Please help us get out the vote for pro-labor candidates by joining us for our GET OUT THE VOTE Labor Walks.

 

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Joe Casey is a member of the New Hampshire AFL-CIO Executive Council and former President of the New Hampshire Building and Construction Trades Council running for the open seat in State Senate District 6, which includes the cities of Rochester and Farmington. Joe has worked hard his entire life to represent the interests of working men and women in New Hampshire and he needs our help to continue that good work. Knocking doors, calling voters, and participating in visibility are easy ways you can help Joe win. Every vote will count in this district.

Just last week the New Hampshire GOP sent out a negative mailer about Joe that stated he was the embodiment of “special interest” in government. Now more than ever, Joe needs our help. Click here to help Joe get his message out to New Hampshire working families!

Joe is holding a Day of Action on Saturday, October 29th in Rochester and he needs the help of the New Hampshire Labor Community. We hope that you can join us to make sure that New Hampshire working families in District 6 get the representation they deserve. Details for the event are as follows:

WHAT: JOE CASEY DAY OF ACTION

WHEN: Saturday, October 29th: 10am Rally | 10:30am Canvas and Phone Bank | 11am Visibility & March | 1pm Lunch 

WHERE: Spaulding High School Cafeteria, 130 Wakefield St, Rochester, NH 03867

RSVP Online at joecaseynh.com/action

Come and stand is solidarity with the New Hampshire Labor community as we work to get one of our own elected to the New Hampshire State Senate.

For more information or to RSVP please contact:

Cameron Koob, Campaign Manager, Joe Casey for State Senate

Email: cameron@joecaseynh.com

Phone: (603) 931-2030 

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: COLIN VAN OSTERN’S STATEMENT ON BEING ENDORSED BY THE NH AFL-CIO

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact:       Alan Raff
                        (603) 714-0258
October 3, 2016
 
Colin Van Ostern’s Statement on Being Endorsed by the New Hampshire AFL-CIO in his Gubernatorial Race
Concord – New Hampshire Democratic Gubernatorial candidate, Colin Van Ostern, released the following statement after his recent endorsement by the New Hampshire AFL-CIO in his Gubernatorial race.



“I am proud to stand with the hardworking members of New Hampshire’s AFL-CIO,” said Democratic nominee, Colin Van Ostern. “Our next Governor must ensure New Hampshire’s economy works for everyone, not just those at the top and we’ll do that by safeguarding the bipartisan New Hampshire Health Protection plan, which has insured over 50,000 Granite Staters, investing in public education, raising New Hampshire’s lowest in the nation minimum wage and standing against the so-called ‘right to work’ legislation my opponent favors that strips hardworking people of their right to collectively bargain altogether. It’s critical that we work together to build on the progress we’ve made and move our state forward, not backward.”



For a complete list of New Hampshire AFL-CIO endorsed candidates, please visit our website by clicking here.

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PRESS RELEASE: NH AFL-CIO RELEASES FULL LIST OF ENDORSED CANDIDATES

PRESS RELEASE
Contact:      Alan Raff
                       araff@nhaflcio.org
                       (603) 714-0258 
             
October 3, 2016
 
New Hampshire AFL-CIO Releases List of Endorsed Candidates 
 
Hookett – The New Hampshire AFL-CIO is proud to release its list of endorsed candidates for the upcoming General Election on November 8th, 2016. At the New Hampshire AFL-CIO Legislative Conference on Saturday, September 17, the delegates from the New Hampshire AFL-CIO affiliates voted to endorse candidates for Governor, New Hampshire State Senate, and the New Hampshire House of Representatives. The New Hampshire AFL-CIO has endorsed candidates that we believe will be champions for New Hampshire working families and will continue to move New Hampshire forward!
 
The full list of New Hampshire AFL-CIO Endorsed candidates (Presidential, U.S. Senate, U.S. House of Representatives, Gubernatorial, State Senate, New Hampshire House of Representatives) can be found on our website by clicking here. 
 
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