Barrington rep to discuss her minimum wage proposal
(Barrington, NH) State Representative Jackie Cilley (D-Barrington) will be the featured speaker at the Epping Democratic Committee on Tuesday, March 3rd. Cilley, a former senator and gubernatorial candidate, will discuss her far-reaching proposal to increase New Hampshire's minimum wage. This meeting is open to the public and all Epsom Democrats are urged to attend.
WHO: Rep. Jackie Cilley (D-Barrington)
WHAT: Monthly meeting of the Epsom Democratic Committee
WHEN: March 3rd, 7:00pm
WHERE: Harvey Mitchell Memorial Library
151 Main St, Epping, NH 03042
Directions from Rt. 101 (3 min)
Take exit 7 for NH-125 toward Epping/Kingston 0.4 mi
Drive to Main St 0.6 mile 3 min
Turn left onto Main St Destination will be on the right
About Jackie Cilley: Born in Berlin, New Hampshire, Jackie Cilley was raised with four siblings in a third-floor walk-up tenement before graduating from Berlin High School. She earned bachelor's and master's degrees from UNH and has served as an adjunct professor at the Whittemore School of Business and Economics since matriculating from there in 1985. In 2004 she ran for a seat in the New Hampshire House of Representatives and won, serving one term in the House before being elected twice to the New Hampshire Senate, representing the 6th District from 2006 - 2010. In 2012, she ran an unsuccessful campaign for the Democratic nomination for Governor, losing to Gov. Hassan. She was re-elected to the New Hampshire House in 2014 where she serves on the Committee on Executive Departments and Administration. Rep.Cilley was recently named by veteran NH political reporter John DiStaso as one of the 'Most wanted' NH Democrats for the 2016 presidential campaign and has been picked to regular contributor to their Politico Caucus coverage of the New Hampshire primary.