We are all feeling deeply how much is at stake right now, and have been showing up in so many ways to shift the political landscape. So please: be gentle with yourself, and let’s take inspiration from all the powerful work we did together this past month.
This is a big election year, and there is a lot on the line for our country, our state and our democracy. We are hard at work mobilizing with our movement partners to defeat Trump so we can begin healing our communities, and it is just as important to show up for our New Hampshire state and district candidates.
We are in the final days of the Senate’s budgeting process and this may be our last opportunity to influence them and fix the education funding crisis. No one plays a bigger role in drafting the budget than Senate leadership so it’s essential that they hear from us.
A slew of bills related to the environment are up for a vote in the Senate this week. The important policy changes would include factoring in climate change as a concern in the state’s energy strategy, banning single-use plastic bags and plastic straws, and increasing electrical energy storage capacity to lessen the electricity system’s negative impacts.
In the coming days, our Senators will be deciding what changes to make to the State budget. This is our last to have our voices heard on the critical issue of education funding.Please call or email your Senator and ask them to keep the following in the State Budget:
Take part in the growing movement for Medicare for All in New Hampshire! At this event, we’ll talk about what at stake, where we’re at in the campaign for Medicare for All, and what we need to do to win on this important issue affecting Granite Staters and our nation.