This year, if we want to win, we must all mobilize. If you haven’t volunteered before, don’t worry! Experienced staff will help you. Look to this site for opportunities to canvass, to join a phone bank, or other volunteer options.
Dover campaign office: 842-4007.
Location: 16 Sixth Street, Dover
House Party with Molly Kelly & Dover Representatives
Sunday, October 14, 4:00 – 5:30 pm (Past event!)
55 Fieldstone Drive, Dover
Hosted by Jo & Keith Maden
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Get Out The Vote (GOTV) briefing session
Tuesday, October 16 at Dover HQ 6:00 – 7:00 pm
Sign up here to find out more about our “GOTV last push” on the final weekend. All are welcome!
VISIBILITIES EVERY FRIDAY!
Every Friday for Just an Hour: 4:30 – 5:30 pm
Time to show our stuff to the world! Each remaining Friday in October we’ll be at a high traffic place with signs and smiles, letting the world know that we Democrats are fired up and ready to win in November. A great, fun activity for family & friends. We have the signs – or you can make your own!
Sign up for Friday Visibilities »
Location: 63 Hanson Street, Rochester
We have a new Coordinated Campaign Office in Rochester!
Please stop by and check us out, or lend a hand! The Rochester Democrats are busy setting up the office and they could use your help! Rochester Dem, Ashley Motta, set up an online wish list where you can see what the office needs are – and you can sign up to help!
View the Rochester Dems Office Wish List »
Rochester will not win without your help! Please contact the AMAZING Isabella Creatura to find out what you can do to make Rochester blue this election.
Rochester Event: Free & Fair New Hampshire
Tuesday, October 16, 6:00 – 8:00 pm
Colin Van Ostern and his organization Free & Fair New Hampshire are coming to Rochester on Tuesday, October 16h to continue their series of regional Free & Fair Forums. This event will be at the Rochester Public Library. This is a free event – RSVP here to save your seat!
If you have any questions, please contact Free & Fair’s organizing director, Casey Neal at email@example.com.
- For hearings, be sure written testimony goes to each member of any committee holding the hearing unless you are sure you will be there to be heard.
- If you are not testifying but have a concern, whenever you can meet your legislators in person, do so.
- If you cannot appear personally to make your case, telephone.
- If you can’t call, write a snail mail, then fax your letter.
- If you can do none of the above, email.
- Always be polite and respectful.
- Be sure to advise your government leaders or their staff that you will report to all you know how you were treated. For instance, was your concern treated with seriousness and respect or ignored? You should then report to all you know using every platform available, including letters to the editor, and social media.
- Good Luck!!!
HOW A BILL BECOMES A LAW
View the process for lawmaking in New Hampshire at the NH online almanac. This reference guide has been compiled for NH.gov by the New Hampshire State Library.
How a Bill Becomes a Law in NH »
WHAT ELSE CAN I DO?
The League of Women Voters’ New Hampshire chapter maintains an excellent page to help you stay up-to-date on current legislation. They highlight important bills and let you know about upcoming hearings in the NH legislature.
Don’t just stay in bed with a pillow over your head! Get up! Act now! You don’t even have to make your own “to do” list, because we have found one for you – Rogan’s List! Retired librarian and fact checker extraordinaire, Susan Rogan, has thoughtfully compiled a list of facts and action items that you can do today!