NH for Hillary Announces “Bold Plans for America” Policy Tour

First roundtable discussions will take place tomorrow, December 14

MANCHESTER, NH – Over the next two weeks, Senator Hillary Clinton’s senior policy team will tour New Hampshire answering undecided voters’ questions directly about Senator Clinton’s plans and experiences that will bring about real change American families need. The first roundtable discussions, which will focus on education and children’s issues, will be held tomorrow, December 14, in Manchester and Chichester.

“It’s time for a new beginning and Senator Clinton has laid out bold and detailed plans for the future of our country,” said Nick Clemons, New Hampshire State Director. “These roundtable discussions will give Granite State voters a chance to learn more about the strength of Senator Clinton’s bold plans and her record of making real change happen for America’s families and children.”

The following policy staffers will be visiting New Hampshire:

· Catherine Brown, Domestic Policy Advisor, served as a legislative assistant in Senator Clinton’s Washington office for five years before joining the campaign;

· Neera Tanden, Policy Director, the former senior vice president for Academic Affairs at the Center for American Progress;

· Lee Feinstein, Foreign Policy and National Security Director, previously served as the senior fellow for foreign policy and international law at the Council on Foreign Relations; and

· Brian Deese, Policy Fellow, and former Senior Policy Analyst at the Center for American Progress.

December 14, Catherine Brown will participate in education and children's issues roundtables in Manchester and Chichester with undecided voters. On Thursday, December 20, Neera Tanden will participate in health care roundtables with undecided voters. On Friday, December 21, Brian Deese will participate in Economy, Energy and the Environment roundtables with undecided voters. On Friday, December 28, Lee Feinstein will participate in foreign policy roundtables with undecided voters.

The New Hampshire for Hillary campaign recently released a detailed policy book titled “Hillary's Bold Plans for America.” A PDF version of the book is available on the campaign website at

http://www.hillaryclinton.com/files/pdf/nhpolicybook.pdf .

Friday, December 14

Catherine Brown Participates in an Education Roundtable with Undecided Voters

11:30 AM

The Derryfield School

2108 River Road

Manchester, NH



Catherine Brown and Rep. Mary Jane Wallner Participate in a Children’s Issues Roundtable with Undecided Voters


PlusTime NH

160 Dover Road Suite 1

Chichester , NH