NHYD Statement on Senate Bill 3 Vote CONCORD, NH - Following the Senate's partisan line vote to pass Senate Bill 3 which will disenfranchise and suppress large segments of young voters across New Hampshire if enacted, NHYD co-legal counsels Esther Dickinson and Henry Klementowicz released the following statement:
"Senate Bill 3 is sure to do one thing: suppress young voters from participating in our democracy. While our Governor and the President have repeated alarmist, and
ICYMI: UNH Student Body Sends Clear Message to State House, But Get Ignored CONCORD, NH -Attracting and retaining a young, millennial workforce is critical to the our state's economic and cultural future. Paramount to accomplishing this goal is supporting our university system and encouraging college students to stay in the state to work after they graduate.
That is why it is so troubling that Republican leadership and Governor Sununu have made numerous attempts to disenf
NHYD Statement on Senate Bill 3 Hearing CONCORD, NH - Today, over two hundred voters and dozens of Granite Staters testified for hours against Senate Bill 3, which as amended, will disenfranchise thousands of young people across New Hampshire if enacted. Representative Isaac Epstein (D-Dover), a Young Democrat who serves on the House Election Law Committee, issued the following statement:
"New Hampshire does not have a problem with voter fraud, but as the Speaker and the S
Statement: Republican Leadership Should Focus on Children and Young Families, Not Partisan Agenda Concord, N.H. - Following a report in Concord Monitor over the weekend in which Republican Speaker of the House Shawn Jasper commented on the legislatures' lack of urgency to addressing the challenges facing the Department of Children, Youth, and Families, young Granite State parents Joshua and Jennifer Bordis of Sandown issued the following statement:
"As parents of 3 young ch