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Brothers & Sisters, Please find below a list of our endorsed candidates for the US Senate, Governor of New Hampshire, and New Hampshire Senate and Executive Council in the 2020 election. Please circulate widely and let us know if we can help you get the word out on these endorsements. U.S. Senate – Sen. Jeanne
Brothers & Sisters: This year’s election presents a stark choice for the New Hampshire labor community – a presidential campaign that pits Vice-President Joe Biden and his proven record of support for organized labor and Donald Trump, the most anti-working families president of our lifetimes. With the stakes as high as they are, the New
Below is a complete list of our endorsed 2020 House candidates. 1 Belknap Robert Joseph Jr Democrat 2 Belknap Diane Hanley Democrat 2 Belknap Natalie Taylor Democrat 2 Belknap Dara McCue Democrat 3 Belknap Carlos Cardona Democrat 3 Belknap Gail Ober Democrat 5 Belknap Stephen Larimer Copithorne Democrat 5 Belknap Duane Hammond Democrat 6 Belknap
Four for four on the candidates we endorsed in primaries! Congratulations to Cinde Warmington (EC2), Mark Mackenzie (EC4), Mindi Messmer (EC3), and Sue Prentiss (SD5) on tonight’s wins! On to November!
The longtime public health official and current chair of the Plymouth Selectman Bill Bolton is a former member of SEA/SEIU 1984. (Hooksett, NH – September 7th, 2020) The New Hampshire AFL-CIO announced today the endorsement of Plymouth Selectman Bill Bolton for the New Hampshire Senate in District 2. “The AFL-CIO recognizes candidates that support working
The veteran councilor has spent the last six years serving Derry and hopes to represent Derry, Hampstead, and Windham in NH Senate. (Hooksett, NH – September 7th, 2020) The New Hampshire AFL-CIO announced today the endorsement of Derry Town Counilor Josh Bourdon for the New Hampshire Senate in District 19. “Josh’s work on the Derry
Why do workers that are in unions support politicians that don’t support workers that are in unions? On the surface, this makes little sense. It’s not because the average union worker isn’t intelligent. After all, union workers are intelligent enough to recognize that union workers have good jobs, healthcare, retirement and other benefits. Union workers
(Hooksett, NH – September 3rd, 2020) The New Hampshire AFL-CIO announced today the endorsement of former Lebanon mayor and fmr. head of NH’s Emergency Medical Services Sue Prestiss’s candidacy for the New Hampshire Senate in District Five. Prentiss, the wife of a union firefighter, is currently serving as a Lebanon city councilor. “As a former
(Hooksett, NH – September 2nd, 2020) The New Hampshire AFL-CIO announced today the endorsement of former NH Rep. Mark Mackenize’s candidacy for the New Hampshire Executive Council. MacKenzie, a retired firefighter and long-time president of the New Hampshire AFL-CIO, served in the New Hampshire House of Representatives from 2016 to 2018, representing Hillsborough District 17.