Jackie Cilley, candidate for Governor, will be back in Berlin on Friday, April 20 connecting with old friends, family, business leaders, workers, and meeting with voters.


Berlin, NH – Never far from her mind, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jackie Cilley's  beginnings in Berlin form the foundation of every talk she gives and, indeed, shapes her views on policy for our Granite State.  With a full slate of activities that range from breakfast at Tea Birds Cafe to an evening rally at Heritage Park, Jackie will be listening to voters and sharing her ideas for moving our state and, especially the North Country, forward. After breakfast, Jackie will be touring area businesses and meeting with people in downtown Berlin. She will also spend time at the community college, Berlin's high school, and the local Health and Human Services office along with visits to one of the new homes fueled by wood pellet boilers through the Better Buildings program. 


To finish out the day, Jackie's campaign invites the entire community is invited to join friends and supporters for a get-together pot luck at Heritage Park from 5 – 7:30.  Entertainment will be provided by Claude Pigeon and his band. The public is invited.  


Please find attached a schedule subject to change


ABOUT JACKIE: Jackie Cilley, who served in both New Hampshire's House and Senate representing Barrington, built a successful business and taught more than 2500 New Hampshire students over her 20 years as a highly respected business professor with UNH's Whittemore School for Business and Economics. A Berlin native, Sen. Cilley earned a BA in Psychology from the University of New Hampshire and an MBA from the Whittemore School.  Jackie and her husband Bruce have lived in Barrington for more than 20 years.  They have five sons, 12 grandchildren, and two dogs.