Nashua, NH – This afternoon, Congresswoman Annie Kuster visited her 30th diner on her 30 Diners in 30 Days tour. Along with supporters and local elected officials, Kuster visited Midfield Café in Nashua to meet and greet guests, and hear from the owner and attendees about their thoughts and concerns this election season.
“I was so pleased to celebrate my 30th diner stop at a great woman-owned diner in Nashua today,” said Congresswoman Annie Kuster. “My 30 Diners in 30 Days tour has given me an opportunity to meet with voters where it’s most convenient for them – at their local diner, right in their own backyard – and hear about the issues that concern them this election season. From helping to create more jobs and opportunity for our workers, to protecting Medicare and Social Security for our seniors, to standing up for our nation’s veterans, I’m fighting for the priorities Granite Staters have told me they care about. I look forward to continuing to meet with Granite Staters throughout the Second District, so we can join together to fight for New Hampshire’s best interests.”
Kuster launched her 30 Diners in 30 Days tour on October 1st, 2014. Since then, she’s visited 30 diners across the Second District where she’s met with voters and small business owners and heard directly from them about what they’d like their elected officials to be focusing on.