Concord, N.H. - Last Thursday, Governor Sununu announced the creation of a Millennial Advisory Council. Yesterday, it was announced that this council would hold its first meeting tomorrow at 6:00pm. Just a day out, the Governor's office has yet to announce membership to the council, after giving applicants just two full business days to apply.
Sununu's policies have thus far been antithetical to millennial priorities, from signing a voter suppression law that makes it harde
CONCORD, NH - Last February, John DiStaso reported that UNH students, including the student body president and numerous student senators sent an open letter to Governor Sununu asking for him to come to UNH to discuss their concerns with his budget, including the rising cost of tuition, election law reforms that aim to disenfranchise student voters, and other issues most important to attracting and retaining New Hampshire college students. Sununu and his staff entirely ignored
Manchester, NH – Tonight, Hassan Essa secured a spot on the November ballot in a competitive primary to represent Ward 12 as Alderman. Essa released the following statement on tonight's election results:
"The results of tonight's primary are loud and clear the voters of Manchester are craving new leadership, both in Ward 12 and citywide, I stand ready to bring a new generation of leadership to Manchester," said Essa. "There is much work to be done between now and Election D
Goffstown, NH -- Following the start of the first public meeting of Trump's sham election fraud commission at St. Anselm College and the Superior Court decision to block the penalties in the voter suppression bill SB 3, St. Anselm student Olivia Teixeira released the following statement on behalf of the NHYD:
"Our elected officials should be working to facilitate civic involvement and build voter participation, especially amongst college students and younger voters. Inst