Citizens For A Strong NH - Weekly E-Newsletter


Web Video: "What open town halls and roundtables?"


In a recent Union Leader article, a spokesman for Senator Jeanne Shaheen said, the senator "has met over the years with thousands of people in every corner of the state, including at open town halls and roundtables."


These comments from Senator Shaheen's campaign come in response to heavy criticism she has been receiving, both locally by news outlets such as WMUR-TV, and nationally in publications such as the Daily Caller, for refusing to hold Town Hall meetings with her constituents. According to her own website, Senator Shaheen hasn't held a Town Hall meeting since August of 2012. It is important to note that in the WMUR-TV story, Shaheen's campaign was even caught trying to inflate the number of "public" events she has held by misleading a reporter on the subject.


For almost two years, Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire has been calling on Senator Shaheen to hold a public forum. She has refused. We released a website last week titled,, to highlight her refusal to meet with her constituents.


Considering Senator Shaheen will not hold a Town Hall meeting, on multiple occasions, we have tried to attend what her campaign is now trying to pass off as "open town halls and roundtables." While she might be trying to convince Granite Staters that these events were public, our video footage proves that they were anything but open and transparent.


Click HERE to watch some of our footage of what happens when Granite Staters try to attend Senator Shaheen's "open town halls and roundtables." 

Reminding New Hampshire: The video section of our website
For well over a year, we have been capturing videos of our elected officials discussing (and sometimes refusing to discuss) the important issues facing New Hampshire residents.

After we release them, we catalog the videos and put them up our website. You can find them all HERE

We encourage you to go through the videos and watch some of them. A few you might remember seeing, others you could have missed, but the important thing to note is that after watching them, we need you to share them on your own social media accounts or email them to a friend. Together, we can help educate Granite Staters on what their elected officials are really up to in Concord and Washington D.C.
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(Editorial Note: Next Friday, we will be taking a week off from our weekly e-newsletter. It will resume on Friday, August 29th.)