Manchester, NH – Heading into the general election season, the New Hampshire Democratic Party's coordinated campaign, Granite State Forward, continues to secure the ground advantage for the upcoming November election with 19 campaign offices currently up and running across the state.
In just the last few weeks, Granite State Forward has been hosting office openings events, headlined by Senator Jeanne Shaheen, Governor Maggie Hassan, Congresswomen Annie Kuster and Carol Shea-Porter, and other Democratic leaders, to mark the coordinated campaign's growing statewide grassroots operation as part of its efforts to continue building support for Democratic candidates.
The office openings follow months of training and preparation through the spring and summer, where Granite State Forward has been organizing local volunteers, activists, community leaders and elected officials across the state to go door-to-door, call up their neighbors and friends, and spread our message about what's at stake in the upcoming election.
Nashua Telegraph: “A sea of signs held by Democratic supporters move through the route ofMonday's Labor Day Parade in Milford"
Concord Monitor: “Last week, he [Executive Councilor Chris Pappas] joined Gov. Maggie Hassan and state Democratic Party Chairman Raymond Buckley at the opening of the Granite State Forward organizing office in Manchester.”
Keene Sentinel: “Carl DeMatteo, chairman of the Cheshire County Democrats, leads supporters in singing “Happy Birthday” to U.S. Rep. Ann McLane Kuster, D-N.H., during Thursday’s grand opening ceremony for the Democrats’ county campaign headquarters, held by the N.H. Democratic Party’s Coordinated Campaign, Granite State Forward.”
Portsmouth Herald: “... after her [Senator Jeanne Shaheen] appearance at Tuesday's opening of the Portsmouth office of Granite State Forward, a grassroots organizing group.”
Conway Daily Sun: “Representative Carol Shea-Porter smiles while listening to the introduction of candidates during the Carroll County Democrats' field office opening on Main Street in Conway Village Wednesday.”