Updates from Sue Ford, Grassroots Coordinator, NHDP

There are two opportunities to take action and make your voice heard on Saturday.

What: Budget Tele-Town Hall Call-in

When: Saturday April 1, 2017, 10:00AM – 11:00AM. 

Where: In the comfort of your own home!

The details, and opportunity to sign up to participate in the call can be found in the link below…

What: NH March for Voting Rights

When: (Saturday April 1, 2017, 1:00PM) POSTPONED TIL SUNDAY, APRIL 2 , 1:00 PM

Where: Concord High School to the State House

On Saturday April 1, 2017 following “crossover day” in the legislature, Open Democracy and the NH Rebellion will lead the NH March for Voting Rights from Concord High School to the State House. The 1.2 mile march through downtown Concord will bring together hundreds of concerned citizens and numerous advocacy organizations dedicated to our democracy. Co-sponsors include: American Civil Liberties Union/NH; America Votes; American Friends Service Committee/NH; Granite State Progress; League of Women Voters/NH; NH Peace Action; Veterans For Peace/NH; NH Unites for Humanity; Liberty Lobby LLC; League of Conservation Voters; NH Independent Voters; NH Citizen’s Alliance and The Resistance Seacoast.

After the walk, we will hold a Rally at the State House featuring students, veterans, and other leaders.

Following the Rally, we will have activist training sessions. Training sessions will include: Organizing 101, How to Call Your Representatives, How to Lobby, the Power of Social Media, Public Speaking, Phone Banking Options.

RSVP online here!


1:00PM Meet at Concord High School (parking there)

1:30PM March through downtown Concord

2:00PM Rally with Speakers at the State House (and free Ben & Jerry’s ice cream!)

3:00PM Activist training at 4 Park St.