Shea-Porter to Receive Environmental Scorecard

WHAT:      On March 29th, Environment New Hampshire will be releasing its annual scorecard on New Hampshires Congressional delegation documenting their environmental votes over the last year.  These scorecards are an important tool to educate the public about the voting records of their elected officials and to help citizens learn who is standing up for environmental protection and who is not. Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter received one of the highest scores of 93% on her scorecard, a rating that demonstrates her commitment to environmental protection and sustainability.

 

WHO:            The Honorable Carol Shea-Porter

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      Jessica O’Hare, Program Associate, Environment New Hampshire

                Diana Carroll, Chair of the Durham Town Council

WHEN:   Noon, Monday, March 29th

WHERE:  UNH Durham, Memorial Union Building, Room 330

                From Concord, follow Route 4 East, through the Epsom Circle until you exit at 155A.  Take a slight right at Main St. Mill Rd. will be on your right, the C-Lot will be on your right

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        From Manchester, take 293 South to Route 101 towards Portsmouth. Take exit 7 for Route 125 North. At the traffic circle head onto first right exit for Route 4 East.  Take the exit for Route 155 A.  Take a slight right at Main St. Mill Rd. will be on your right, the C-Lot will be on your right

 

    Parking will be available in the C-Lot

 

VISUAL: Presentation of Environmental champion Award to the Congresswoman Shea-Porter at a center of student life in Durham