Keene, NH – This afternoon, Congresswoman Annie Kuster made multiple campaign stops in Keene, and did a downtown walk to hear from voters and small business owners.
During her tour Kuster stopped by local businesses like Brewbakers Cafe, The Works, and Ann Henderson Interiors, where she chatted with voters about their concerns this election season, and highlighted her work fighting to help small businesses grow, so they can expand their operations and hire more workers. Kuster also stopped by a “Get Out the Vote” event to rally supporters and encourage voter participation this Tuesday, and visited Southwestern Community Services Senior Housing to meet with local seniors and share her commitment to protecting Medicare and Social Security.
“I had a great time touring Keene today, where I got a chance to hear from the area’s highly engaged voters. Keene residents know what’s at stake this election season, and they shared with me their thoughts on how we can continue to push New Hampshire forward: by creating more jobs and opportunity for our workers, looking out for the programs our seniors rely on, and making college more affordable for our students. These are all priorities I’m fighting for this election season, and I’m so grateful I got a chance to share my views with Keene voters during today’s tour.”