NH for Hillary Supporters to Host Club44 Debate Watch House Parties

MANCHESTER, NH – On Monday, July 23, Senator Hillary Clinton will participate in the Democratic Presidential Debate sponsored by CNN/YouTube in Charleston, South Carolina. To show their support for Hillary and to help grow the Women for Hillary network, campaign supporters from across the Granite State will be part of an effort that includes 400 house parties happening across the country.

“I’m overwhelmed by the support from the women of Club44,” said Hillary Clinton.  “These house parties are an excellent way to ensure that the debate taking place in South Carolina continues as a conversation in our homes and communities.”

Club 44 is the Clinton campaign’s effort to identify and mobilize young women voters who support Hillary Clinton for president.  The house parties are part of the campaign’s Club44 women’s outreach program. The debate watch house parties are expected to take place in almost all 50 states and the District of Columbia.

The women hosting the Club44 debate watch parties represent the diversity of support for Hillary Clinton’s candidacy. Debate Watch Party hosts joined a conference call with Hillary yesterday and will receive a House Party Kit, and a full pre- and post-debate program, including conference calls with actor Mary Steenburgen and Campaign Senior Adviser Ann Lewis straight from the “spin room” in Charleston, SC.
New Hampshire for Hillary's  10 debate watch house parties will be hosted in the following  locations: Barbara Ahlgren, Manchester; Diane Andres, Lebanon; Ruth Donas, North Hampton; Assistant House Majority Leader Bette Lasky, Nashua; Kathy and Ken Latchaw, Dover; State Representative Melanie Levesque, Brookline; Farideh Namazi, Portsmouth; Marcia Press, Troy; State Representative Deana Rollo, Rollinsford; and Katie Wolff, Londonderry.
The Clinton campaign launched Club44 in June with a huge rally of 8,000 people in Washington, D.C. To find out how to host a Club44 debate watch house party, go to www.hillaryclinton.com/women for more information.