It’s been a busy week on the campaign trail!
Annie has traveled throughout the Second District talking with voters about the issues that are important to them. We began with stops in Concord, Nashua and Claremont, and rounded out the week with a great trip North of the Notches.
Check out the update below --
30 Diners in 30 Days
This past week, Annie kicked off her 30 Diners in 30 Days tour, which will take her to diners, cafes and restaurants all across the Second District to meet with voters right in their own backyards. From Salem to Berlin, Annie is sitting down and chatting with voters about what’s on their mind this election season.
Follow her tour on Twitter: #30diners30days Check out more pictures here.
Working to Keep Granite Staters Safe
This week, Annie was proud to receive the endorsement of the Professional Fire Fighters of New Hampshire. Annie knows that every day, Granite State fire fighters put their own lives on the line in order to keep our families safe. Since taking office, she’s fought to ensure our fire fighters receive the resources and support they need in order to do their jobs effectively – and get home safely.
Hearing from Local Seniors
Annie was thrilled to hold her third seniors forum of the year in Nashua, with special guest Jon “Bowzer” Bauman. During the forum, Annie took questions from the audience, and addressed seniors’ concerns about issues they care about – protecting Medicare and Social Security, affordable health care, foreign policy, and much more. At the event, Annie was pleased to also receive the endorsement of Senior Votes Count, a seniors advocacy organization that works to elect candidates who care about issues that affect local seniors.
As we head into the final weeks of the campaign, we look forward to hearing from you about the issues that matter most. This campaign remains a people-powered movement and we're thankful to have such great supporters like you. See you on the trail!