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星期五, 2月 05, 2016

Senator Markey to Canvass for Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire This Weekend

Senator Markey to Canvass for Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire This Weekend
BOSTON – Senator Ed Markey will lead a group of energetic volunteers to Dover, New Hampshire this Saturday to canvass for Hillary Clinton. With the New Hampshire primary election this Tuesday, February 9, volunteers will knock on doors and talk to voters about why Hillary is the best choice for President.
“I can’t wait to hit the phones and streets of New Hampshire this weekend to tell voters why Hillary Clinton is my choice to be the next President of the United States of America,” said Senator Markey. “Granite State voters are some of the most informed and active in the country, and Hillary has real plans to address the issues like college affordability, income inequality, and the opioid crisis that matter so much to them.”
This is Senator Markey’s second trip to Dover, which is the ancestral home of the Markey family.
“With so much at stake for families in 2016, Hillary for New Hampshire is committed to delivering a grassroots community organizing campaign that connects supporters and builds relationships through one-on-one discussions and online engagement,” said Harrell Kirstein, the Clinton campaign’s communications director for New Hampshire. “We are thrilled to see momentum building out of Massachusetts for Hillary Clinton, and are excited about the great work all of her Bay State supporters are doing for her in the Granite State. From day one, Hillary Clinton made this campaign about the people she will make a difference for as President, and empowering them to take part in the elections is one of our top priorities.”
In December, the Clinton campaign announced the formation of our Massachusetts Leadership Council, a group of more than 190 elected officials, community, student, coalition, and grassroots leaders who will help build a grassroots-driven volunteer team that will help Hillary to win the New Hampshire primary, as well as the Massachusetts primary on March 1.