Bipartisan Nashua Legislators to join Nashua Labor Coalition, Granite State Organizing Project community forum

NASHUA, NH – The Nashua Labor Coalition, a group of union members who live and work in the Nashua area, and the Granite State Organizing Project, a community base advocacy group with a focus on social change, have teamed up to host an open forum for State Legislators.  Community members will pose questions to State Representatives about where they stand on key issues effecting the Nashua community and the entire state. 


Legislators who have confirmed their attendance:


Carl Seidel - R - Hillsborough 28

Suzanne Harvey - D Hillsborough 29

David Cote - D - Hillsborough 31

David Murotake - R - Hillsborough 32

Kenneth Gidge - D - Hillsborough 33

C. Lee Guerette - D - Hillsborough 33

Martin Jack - D - Hillsborough 36


Key topics will include:

  • ·      Right To Work legislation
  • ·      Pension and Workers Compensation reform
  • ·      Raising the New Hampshire Minimum Wage
  • ·      Limiting interest on Title Loans
  • ·      No excuse absentee balloting


Who: Local union members, Nashua area residents, and State Legislators

: Tuesday March 10th, at 7:00pm

: Nashua Community College

505 Amherst Street

Room 150