Democratic candidate for governor and Firefighters send message stressing the importance of the middle class
BARRINGTON - Jackie Cilley will be joining the Professional Firefighter’s of New Hampshire on a trip across New Hampshire offering free meals and a message of progress to crowds in Londonderry, Manchester, Nashua, Concord, Keene, and Dover next week.
Voters across the state are invited to take this opportunity to meet Jackie, hear her vision for New Hampshire and understand the
importance of the middle class in building the economy.
Take this opportunity in a town near you to meet Jackie, and hear how she wants to strengthen the New
Hampshire economy and create good jobs. BRING A FRIEND!
• Londonderry- Bagels and coffee at the Londonderry Town Commons from 9:00 to 10:30 on Tuesday morning, August 21st!
• Manchester- Hot dogs, chips, and drinks at the Cohas Brook Fire Station (Station 8) 280 East Industrial Park Drive, Manchester, from noon to 1:30 on Tuesday, August 21st!
• Nashua- Burgers, hot dogs, chips, condiments, and drinks at the Fields Grove at the end of Field St., Nashua from 5:00-6:30 on
Tuesday, August 21st!
• Concord- Bagels and coffee at McKee Sq., off Clinton St Concord, from 9:00 to 10:00 on Wednesday, August 22nd!
• Keene- Hot dogs, chips, and drinks at the Keene Gazebo, Central Square, Keene, from noon to 1:30 on Wednesday, August 22nd!
• Dover- Hot dogs, chips, condiments, and drinks at Henry Law Park from 4:00-5:30 on Wednesday, August 22st!
ABOUT JACKIE: Jackie Cilley is proud to have earned the support of nearly 17,000 union households across New Hampshire for her campaign for governor. Jackie, 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.