MANCHESTER ,NH —Senator Barack Obama’s campaign continued its unrivaled organizational efforts last week with grassroots events across the state.
At a house party in Belmont on Saturday, environmentalists heard from the state’s former Coordinator of Renewable Energy Programs, Robin Read, about Obama’s record of real leadership on energy and his plan to make America a global leader in the fight against climate change.
“Barack Obama understands that in New Hampshire, politics is a person-to-person exercise,” said Eileen Burnell, who hosted the Environmentalists for Obama house party. “Events like this house party help spread Obama’s message and build on his support at the grassroots level—where real change starts.”
On Saturday and Sunday, New Hampshire Veterans for Obama held seven volunteer trainings where NewHampshire veterans learned the effective techniques for reaching out to others who have served in uniform.
Other events included a Young Professionals’ Night in Manchester, an Educators for Obama house party in Londonderry, and a Mamas for Obama house party in Nashua. And students at Keene State, Dartmouth, UNH, and SNHU held a college version of the Hoops.Action.Change basketball tournament, combined with voter registration drives.
Here’s a look at some of the events coming up this week:
“Join the Movement” Canvasses
On Saturday, November 10, the campaign will hold more than 30 “Join the Movement” canvasses. In Concord, Keene, Littleton, Merrimack, and Portsmouth,New Hampshire supporters will be joined by volunteers fromVermont, Maine, and Massachusetts to talk about Barack’s vision for real change.
At forums in Rochester on Tuesday and Portsmouth on Wednesday, New Hampshire voters will hear from campaign policy experts about Obama’s plan to insure every American and cut the typical family’s healthcare costs by up to $2,500 each year.Representative Cindy Rosenwald will also host a healthcare house party in Nashua on Thursday.
Educators for Obama House Parties New Hampshire Educators for Obama will host house parties around the state to discuss Barack’s commitment to making our education system competitive in a global economy.
New Hampshire Educators for Obama will host house parties around the state to discuss Barack’s commitment to making our education system competitive in a global economy.
Obama staff and volunteers will continue give back to the communities where they live and work. In Berlin on Wednesday, Obama volunteers will lend a hand to the local senior meals program. And while canvassing in Nashua on Saturday, supporters will collect canned and non-perishable food items to donate to the Nashua Food Pantry and Soup Kitchen.
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