Grassroots Newsletter 11/12

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Dear Friend,

What a truly fantastic week to be a New Hampshire Democrat!

In the face of overwhelming odds, we regained control of the US House through the election of Chris Pappas and the re-election of Congresswoman Annie Kuster. We also gained control of the Executive Council, the State Senate, and the State House!

And while Molly Kelly won’t be sitting in the Corner Office next year, her campaign cut off Sununu’s coattails and helped pave the way for our many historic gains up and down the ticket.

Thank you for everything each of you did to make these victories a reality. The doors we knocked, the calls we made, the letters we wrote, and the signs we held all made a difference. And with these new majorities, Democrats have the power to implement legislation that will help all Granite Staters have the opportunity to succeed!

Please continue to use this newsletter as a tool for your local committee meetings or as a supplement to your own newsletter.  

As always, don’t hesitate to reach out to us with any questions you may have.

Best,

Sue Ford                                                                  Sarah Guggenheimer
NHDP Grassroots Chair                                          Deputy Communications Director,
Fmr. House Democratic Floor Leader                     NHDP
sueford06@gmail.com                                            sguggenheimer@nhdp.org

Emma Tyler                                                             Erin Turmelle
Organizing Director, NHDP                                     Coordinated Campaign Director, NHDP
etyler@nhdp.org                                                     eturmelle@nhdp.org

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By the Numbers: What we Accomplished

Since the campaign began, we: 

Knocked on 397,969 doors,

Made 968,523 calls,

Sent 230,309 texts,

Collected 8,641 Commit to Vote cards,

Activated 2,832 in state volunteers,

Recruited 79 on-campus fellows,

Were lucky to have 48 incredible Field Organizers,

who were managed by 7 Regional Organizing Directors.

And our months and months of hard work paid off on Election Day:

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Meet the Democratic State Senate Caucus

Senate President nominee
Senator Donna Soucy (D-18)

Senate Majority Leader
Senator Dan Feltes (D-15)

Senator David Watters (D-4)
Senator Martha Hennessey (D-5)
Senator-elect Jeanne Dietsch (D-9)
Senator Jay Kahn (D-10)
Senator-elect Shannon Chandley (D-11)
Senator-elect Melanie Levesque (D-12)
Senator-elect Cindy Rosenwald (D-13)
Senator Kevin Cavanaugh (D-16)
Senator Lou D’Allesandro (D-20)
Senator Fuller Clark (D-21)
Senator-elect Jon Morgan (D-23)
Senator-elect Tom Sherman (D-24)

In the News

Check out some coverage from our incredible victories last Tuesday!

Democrats win control of NH House, NH Senate, Executive Council
WMUR: READ HERE

Democrats retake both chambers of New Hampshire legislature
NHPR: READ HERE

NHGOP is soul searching in election’s wake
Union Leader: READ HERE

For NH Dems, it was a blue riptide
Union Leader: READ HERE

What a Democratic state Senate could mean for New Hampshire
Concord Monitor: READ HERE

Social Media

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Get Involved

The 2018 election may be over, but that doesn’t mean our work ends. As we near next year’s legislative session, let us know if you’d like to get involved!  There are so many ways to help out!  You can volunteer to write letters to your local paper, call your local representatives, testify at hearings, or share posts on social media.

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