Citizens For A Strong NH - E-Newsletter: Union intimidation and our amazing volunteers


Web Video: Shaheen's Union Intimidation


On August 29th, Senator Jeanne Shaheen was at an event on the seacoast where she was receiving an endorsement from a Portsmouth Naval Shipyard union. 


Senator Jeanne Shaheen still hasn't held a single public Town Hall meeting in over 735 days. Thus, on behalf of the Granite Staters she refuses to meet with, Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire waited outside of the event to ask her why she is so unwilling to meet with her constituents. As any resident of our great state can attest, the Town Hall meeting is an important part of our proud political tradition and heritage.


However, before one of our organization's video trackers could even pose Senator Shaheen a question, one of her union supporters, who just finished endorsing her, aggressively approached our tracker, pushed him, and repeatedly tried to take his video camera out of his hand. 


The event transpired with Jeanne Shaheen only feet away, but not once did she or her staff intervene or tell her union supporter to stop.


Video of the altercation can be viewed HERE.


Volunteers: Door-Knocking, Phone Banking, and More
Here at Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire, we have some of the best volunteers! This week, concerned Granite Staters like you helped with multiple phone banks and door-knocking activities. Others took to their computers and wrote letters to the editor of their local newspapers. Our volunteers are the backbone of our organization. We want to express a special thank you to everyone who took time out of their week to help fight for the values we all believe in.

If you are interested in volunteering for Citizens for a Strong New Hampshire, please email
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