CONCORD, NH - Today, following a Senate Election Law Committee 3-2 party line vote to pass the student voter disenfranchisement bill HB 372, University of New Hampshire sophomore Isabella Arms, issued the following statement:
"HB 372 serves one purpose: to drastically decrease student turnout on campuses across New Hampshire. Thousands of students, like me, move to New Hampshire every year to learn and contribute to our communities, with the hope of staying here to start o
Nashua, NH– Tonight the people of Nashua voted for a new, young, and energized slate of leadership to the Nashua Board of Alderman by electing Shoshanna Kelly, Dave Tencza, and Brandon Laws as Alderman at Large. Following the sweeping victory, New Hampshire Young Democrats Executive Director Amelia Keane issued the following statement: “Tonight’s victory is a clear statement that Nashua is hungry for fresh innovative leadership to lead it into the future and make it a more ap
Historic night capped with a sweep of all 3 at large Nashua seats Manchester, NH– Last night, 16 New Hampshire Young Democrats from 7 cities were elected to municipal offices across New Hampshire. Celebrating this unprecedented wave of victories, the New Hampshire Young Democrats issued the following press release: “Millennials across New Hampshire aren't waiting around for others to make the change we need to make our state better. They are ready to lead and to make our comm
Manchester’s first female Mayor will bring a fresh voice in supporting young people in the Queen City Manchester, NH- Tonight, Joyce Craig beat longtime incumbent Ted Gatsas to become the Mayor of Manchester. Her decisive victory shows that Manchester is ready for a new leader who will to work for a better future for the city.
“We are thrilled about Joyce Craig’s win. Throughout her career in public service, she has been a strong advocate for policies that make Manchester a