It’s crunch time. There are just 13 days left between now and Election Day.
We don’t have a moment to spare! For those of you who’ve poured yourself into this campaign, THANK YOU. If you haven’t yet signed up to make phone calls or go door to door, we need your help NOW.
Paul Hodes and the Democrats won’t give up power without a fight. We’re counting on YOU to make the difference.
With the strongest grassroots organization in the state, Kelly’s volunteers have made tens of thousands of phone calls and knocked on thousands of doors. We are fighting it out call by call and door by door. Join Kelly in her fight and sign up NOW!
Rally for Kelly & Debate Watching Party
Please join us next Thursday the 28th for a supporter rally and debate-watching party as we cheer on Kelly prior to her final debate with Paul Hodes.
Rally For Kelly
Thursday the 28th at 4:00 PM
St. Anselm College
Entrance - Institute of Politics
100 St. Anselm Drive
Manchester, NH 03102
After the rally, please join us for a Debate Watching Party! Kelly will stop by after the debate to thank her tremendous grassroots team for all their hard work.
Debate Watching Party
6:30 - 9:00 PM
Wings Your Way
1181 Elm Street
Manchester, NH 03104
To RSVP please email RSVP@ayotteforsenate.com or call our headquarters at 232-1162.
For those watching from home/online, the WMUR / Union Leader Debate will air live at 7:00 PM and be streamed live on WMUR.com and UnionLeader.com.
Kelly’s New Ad
We want you to be among the first see Kelly’s latest ad – “Good Run.” Enjoy!
|Hodes Dogged By Missed Votes
As you may have seen, last week Team Ayotte called out Paul Hodes for the 101 votes he’s missed since becoming a Senate candidate. By our calculation, he owes taxpayers $22,620 for the times he’s been AWOL from work.
New Hampshire Public Radio picked up on Hodes’ problem with showing up for work. And when the Valley News pressed Hodes this week on why he missed a vote to extend unemployment benefits, Hodes continued to stonewall: “Although Hodes attended a Netroots Nation convention in Las Vegas the next day [after the vote], he again yesterday refused to specify what the scheduling conflict was.”
What’s the Congressman hiding, anyway?