New Hampshire Democratic Party to opens 2022 Nashua campaign office
NASHUA – Building on the momentum from special election wins in 2021, wins across the state on town meeting day this year, and continuing the promise of early investment in a top-flight campaign program, NHDP Chair Ray Buckley announced today that the New Hampshire Democratic Party will be opening a coordinated field office in Nashua on Wednesday, April 20 ahead of the 2022 November election.
This office opening coincides with the NHDP campaign office location in Manchester, as well as offices opening in Keene, Laconia, and Exeter by the end of the month. Additional offices across the state will open in the months following.
“Granite State Democrats have the momentum heading into November, and we’re going to put that momentum to work with a dominant ground game that will out-organize Republicans in every city and town, including Nashua,” said NHDP Chair Ray Buckley. “These new offices will help us talk to voters directly, and turn folks out to re-elect Senator Hassan and Representatives Kuster and Pappas, elect a Democrat in the corner office, and flip the majorities in the Executive Council, State Senate, and State House this November!”
The office will serve as the hub for organizing, training, and welcoming volunteers and grassroots leaders across the region. It will be a space devoted to gathering and talking to Granite Staters in Nashua directly about Democrats’ commitment to lowering costs for New Hampshire families, protecting reproductive freedom, taking on corporate special interests, and ensuring every child has access to a great public school education.
“Nashua residents know that, with Republicans in power, New Hampshire is headed in the wrong direction. The NH GOP has focused more on passing extreme legislation to appease their radical base and less on serving the entire state. Enough is enough. That’s why I am thrilled the NHDP will open a coordinated field office in Nashua so organizers and volunteers will be able to speak directly with the residents of this great city about why they must vote Democratic down the entire ballot this November,” said Senator Cindy Rosenwald.
Since last year, New Hampshire Democrats have mobilized their superior ground game to defy national trends and win a series of critical victories up and down the ballot. This past March, the New Hampshire Democratic Party helped lead the effort to secure important victories in local elections across the state — defeating anti-education school board candidates and over a dozen warrant articles that would have undermined New Hampshire’s elections, while electing strong Democratic leaders on Town Meeting Day and in the Ward 9 special election in Manchester.
“New Hampshire voters have seen first-hand how Republican majorities in Concord have led to gutted classroom funding, bans on reproductive freedom, and skyrocketing property taxes. As Democrats, we have a great story to tell about our values and our priorities for a better New Hampshire, and I am so excited that our city will host one of our critical coordinated offices so we can out-organize and outwork Republicans from now through November,” said State Representative Laura Telerski.
The NHDP, and its coordinated campaign arm, Organize NH, will continue to serve as Democrats’ hub for grassroots organizing and voter protection in 2022. The NHDP will work to organize and mobilize Granite Staters in every corner of the state while implementing a sweeping training program to empower local volunteers. The effort will focus on not only re-electing the federal delegation, but also on electing a Democratic Governor and Democratic Majorities in the State Senate, State House, and Executive Council.