What a couple of days it has been! RAD is proud and excited that 28 of our 56 endorsed candidates on the November 2022 ballot are confirmed winners in their races and will take office this coming session.
What a night! RAD is proud and excited that 44 of our 58 endorsed candidates won their 2022 races up and down the ballot and will take office this coming session.
The November 8th election is just around the corner. It’s time to get ready for Election Day! Check out your RAD 2022 New Hampshire Voting Guide, with the list of 56 candidates who RAD’s members and leaders voted to endorse this election cycle based on their alignment with our values and vision.
The November 8th election is just around the corner and if you haven’t voted yet, now’s a great time to do so! Here is your RAD 2022 Vermont Voting Guide, with the list of 58 candidates up and down the ballot who RAD’s members and leaders voted to endorse this election cycle.
We are excited to introduce our newest wave of 2022 Vermont endorsed candidates up and down the ballot!
We are fired up by the results of New Hampshire’s September 13th Primary! Of RAD’s endorsed candidates with contested primary races, 15 won and will be on our ballots in November.
We are so excited that RAD members have voted to endorse a slate of 57 candidates for the 2022 New Hampshire elections!
We are exhilarated that 48 of 55 RAD-endorsed candidates won their races in Vermont’s 2022 Primary Day elections! Vermont’s multiracial working class turned out to the polls, and it shows.
Meet RAD’s full slate of endorsed candidates for the historic 2022 election season!
Can you believe that the legislative year is over? What a year it has been! We thank you for your testimonies, for the numerous opinion letters written to local newspapers, and for signing up to support and oppose so many priority bills. That is true people power!
We have some incredible news: early this morning, HB103, establishing a dental benefit under NH Medicaid, passed the Committee of Conference!
This 2022 election season, we are fired up! The end of the Vermont legislative session re-grounded us in the importance of continuing to build movement power
This morning, the Vermont House failed to override Governor Scott’s recent veto of Burlington’s proposed Just Cause Eviction charter change by just one vote. We at Rights & Democracy are deeply disappointed by and angry about this loss for tenants, especially low-income and BIPOC residents who are most impacted by housing injustice, during a time in which secure housing is in short supply and rents are spiking.
A bill that would have enabled the distribution of $100 million in federal funds to increase the availability of affordable housing in New Hampshire recently stalled in the House. Rights & Democracy’s Housing for All Committee responds to the impact this will have in our ongoing fight to ensure all Granite State residents have safe and secure housing:
Last week was full of movement and community, and we are entering Monday with our energy high. What better way to celebrate Earth Day than calling on elected leaders to take action now for a livable planet for us all?
Last week, we were happy to see more positive outcomes for RAD priority bills! These included a Senate vote to pass TWO RAD-supported bills related to healthcare and criminal justice reform.
Thank you for taking the time each week to contact committee members and your legislators. By doing your part, you are making a real difference for housing, healthcare, racial justice, and more in the Granite State.
Yesterday’s 2022 Vermont Town Meeting Day elections brought exciting results, with 85% of RAD-endorsed candidates winning their races!
With Vermont’s 2022 Town Meeting Day fast approaching, we are excited to introduce you to the full slate of local candidates we are endorsing ahead of the March 1st elections!
Each election season, we announce a first slate of early endorsed candidates who share our vision and values and are proven champions of our principles and key priorities — and we are thrilled to introduce you to this year’s slate today!
Thank you to everyone who supported online, through letters or in person last week when the House heard testimony on key bills to repeal divisive concepts. You can read about the hearing here. They did not vote on a recommendation for these bills yet so you can still write to the House Education committee and demand they support HB 1090 and HB 1576.
This past week was quite a week, with Legislative committees hearing testimony on priority bills around divisive concepts, school vouchers, housing justice, and abortion bans. Thank you to everyone who came out to make their voices heard. We are still waiting on the committees to issue vote recommendations.
Following the start of the New Hampshire legislative session, this is our first weekly legislative update of 2022. With last year’s assaults on public education, reproductive rights, racial justice and more, we are preparing for some challenging fights ahead, and we can’t do it without you!
What a night for the Granite State! Yesterday’s elections were electric – out of RAD’s 23 endorsed candidates in municipal elections across the state, 17 won their races!