NHDP Statement: Kevin Cavanaugh wins NH Senate District 16 primary, gears up to face Boutin

Manchester, N.H. – Tonight, Manchester Alderman Kevin Cavanaugh won the Democratic primary for New Hampshire Senate District 16, over former Executive Councilor Jim Normand of Manchester. Cavanaugh will face former State Senator David Boutin in the general election, which will be held on July 25th. Senate District 16 represents Manchester Wards 1, 2, & 12, Bow, […]

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NHDP Statement: NH GOP undermines election integrity, passing SB3 based on Sununu voter fraud lie

Concord, N.H. – Today, House Republicans passed SB3, a voter suppression bill that would disenfranchise eligible Granite Staters. The bill passed 191-162. SB3 would send government agents to your door to confirm voting eligibility, establish an unconstitutional “verifiable act” requirement, create a de facto literacy test, lengthen and slow lines at the polls, and punish eligible […]

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NHDP Statement: Sununu’s GOP Sen. Budget underfunds key programs to make way for corporate tax cuts

Concord, N.H. – Tonight, the New Hampshire Senate Republicans passed Governor Sununu’s budget 14-9 along party lines. The budget not only lowballs revenue estimates, but cuts corporate taxes, leaving fewer dollars available for programs that Granite Staters depend on. The Governor’s budget undercuts the alcohol fund which is key in combatting the opioid crisis. Tym Rourke, […]

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NHDP Statement: Edelblut blocked from power grab at Department of Education

Concord, N.H. – Today, the New Hampshire Senate Education Committee voted down an amendment proposed by Republican State Senator John Reagan that would have given Education Commissioner granted Frank Edelblut unprecedented, sweeping power over the Department of Education. This amendment was put forward at the request of Commissioner Edelblut. NHDP Chair Ray Buckley issued the following statement: […]

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NHDP Statement: Sununu in lock-step with Trump administration on recent controversies

Concord, N.H. – This week has been particularly controversial for the new Trump administration, and rather than distancing himself, Governor Sununu has endorsed President Trump’s decisions every step of the way. Trump proudly defended a remarkably unpopular AHCA bill, fired FBI Director Comey on a questionable timetable, and faces 20 attorneys general across the country calling […]

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