Cilley campaign launches microsite

Campaign "microsite" aims to illustrate the difference between Jackie and likely GOP nomimee Ovide Lamontagne

Barrington – Jackie Cilley's gubernatorial campaign launched an on-line "microsite" called to illustrate the clear differences between former senator Jackie Cilley and corporate attorney and "anti-choice" activist Ovide Lamontagne.


"As voters grow more aware of the campaign, we want to make sure everyone has an easily accessible place on the web where Jackie's progressive and pro-business stands are contrasted with the extreme positions Ovide Lamontagne shares with Speaker O'Brien," said campaign manager, Liz Merry. "This gives us an easy reference guide to the differences – we can just tell people to 'visit'."

Microsites – sites with one or two pages that very simply deliver detailed information – are a growing presence on the web. features quotes from Jackie and Mr. Lamontagne on a variety of subjects, including Worker's Rights, the GOP "War on Women", Health Care, the "Pledge", expanding Medicaid, and Marriage Equality, among others. The campaign plans to add to the list as the election grows nearer. 

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.