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2024 NHDP Convention
Saturday, May 11th
9:00 AM

Dover High School
25 Alumni Drive
Dover, NH 03820


There is a suggested $15 contribution but it is not required. If you'd like to help cover the cost of lunch please select that ticket option below as well.

Questions? Email

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Convention Delegate Tickets

We can't wait to come together with you to celebrate the success of New Hampshire Democrats over the last year and to prepare for an election cycle that we are poised to win at every level of the ballot. From the Upper Valley to the Seacoast, from Pittsburg to Pelham, the grassroots energy we're seeing is remarkable.

Presale Delegate Tickets are $20

Delegate Tickets at the door will be $30


Convention Guest Tickets

Presale Guest Tickets are $30

Guest Tickets at the door will be $40


The 2024 State Convention vote will be held starting on May 1st at 12:00 PM EST and will conclude on May 10th at 5:00 PM EST. Voting will open at the call to convention that is to be sent out 10 days prior to the Convention according to NHDP Constitution, Chapter 2 subsection F Item 1. Only ballots received during that period will be counted. Paper ballots must be returned to the NHDP office by May 10th at 5:00 PM EST. No proxy voting is permitted in the State Convention.

Delegates received their voting instructions via the Official Call to Convention email sent on May 1st, 2024. If you are a delegate and have not received your voting information, please email


The NHDP Rules Committee has worked to adapt the convention rules to allow for any delegate  to be able to vote, we would like to thank the Rules Committee for their work:


Chair - Ryan Mahoney, Manchester

Parliamentarian - Bill Christie, Concord

Hon. Mindi Messmer, Rye

Hon. Jackie Weatherspoon, Exeter

Carlos Cardona, Laconia

Hon. David Cote, Nashua

Hon. Sue Ford, Easton

If you are a Delegate, you will be voting on the Convention Rules for this year’s convention. You can find the rules here:


Dear New Hampshire Democrats,


On behalf of the 19 members of the Platform Committee, I am pleased to present the 2024 NHDP Platform for your consideration.


Our goal was to create a values-based platform that candidates up and down the ballot can run on this fall and volunteers can also be proud of.  It is a platform that distinguishes us from Republicans and speaks to the major issue areas facing New Hampshire. 


These issues include:

  • Protecting Democracy and Voting Rights

  • Reproductive Rights and Comprehensive Health Care

  • Economic Building Blocks

  • Workforce: The Engine of our Economy

  • Education

  • Diversity and Immigrants

  • LGBTQ+ Community

  • Climate, Energy, and Agriculture

  • Public Safety and Justice

  • Fiscal Responsibility

  • Veterans and Military Families

  • First in the Nation Primary


We conducted six virtual listening sessions where we heard from Democrats all over New Hampshire.  We listened to your comments, took your ideas into  consideration, and updated the platform for this fall’s election cycle.


We hope you will be as pleased as we are with the result.  This platform got a unanimous vote from the committee, and after being  published as a draft on the NHDP website, had no amendments proposed.


We look forward to its adoption at the convention.  Now, go out and win!



Deputy Senate Leader Cindy Rosenwald, Chair

Deputy House Leader Alexis Simpson, Vice-Chair

Assistant House Leader Brian Sullivan, Vice-Chair

Stephanie Alicea

Quinn Allred

Representative Luz Bay

Judy Carr

Johnna Davis

Honorable Manny Espitia

Honorable Sue Ford

Senator Donovan Fenton

Ann Garland

Slate Goodwin

Honorable Jerry Knirk

Sumathi Madhure

Teresa Moler

Maxine Mosley

Representative Kate Murray

Alan Raff

If you are a Delegate, you will be voting on the Proposed 2024 NHDP Platform. You can find the Platform here:


Dear Fellow Democrats,

I hope this message finds you well and filled with pride for our collective efforts in shaping the future of our party and our nation. As we come together to celebrate the wide array of topics covered in the resolutions submitted for consideration, let us take a moment to reflect on the remarkable diversity of ideas, perspectives, and experiences that define our Democratic community.

From healthcare and reproductive rights to calling out Gov. Sununu and former President Trump, the breadth and depth of the resolutions underscore our commitment to addressing the pressing challenges facing our society. Each resolution represents a heartfelt commitment to building a more equitable, inclusive, and compassionate world for all.

In addition to honoring the incredible range of topics covered, I would like to take a moment to pay tribute to the 25 resolutions honoring Democrats who have passed away over the last two years. Their dedication to our party and our values will always be remembered, and their legacy will continue to inspire us as we carry forward their vision for a better tomorrow.

As we gather to vote on these resolutions, let us draw strength from the diversity of our perspectives and the unity of our purpose. Together, we have the power to affect meaningful change and create a brighter future for generations to come.

Thank you for your unwavering commitment to our party and our shared values. I look forward to the important work ahead and to the opportunity to stand shoulder to shoulder with you in the fight for progress.

Resolutions Committee
Chair - Maura Sullivan, New Castle
Mike Rollo, Hopkinton
Walter King, Dover
KR Epstein, Manchester
Ellis Robinson, Grantham
Catherine Farkas, Sanbornton
Jason Telerski, Nashua

If you are a Delegate, you will be voting on all proposed NHDP Resolutions. Resolutions will be divided into multiple votes; the first vote will be on all memorial resolutions, followed then by individual votes on each other resolution. You can find the resolutions here:


We are proud to announce the amazing Democrats from all corners of the state who are serving as leadership for this convention. These Democratic activists and elected officials are the ones organizing their communities and making sure Democrats win up and down the ballot and we thank them for all their work! 

2024 Convention Leadership

Co-Chairs - Sen. Rebecca Perkins Kwoka, Portsmouth & Rep. Luz Bay, Dover

Secretary - Robbie Warach, Dover

Treasurer - Shanika Amarakoon, Portsmouth

Sergeants of Arms - Michaela Andruzzi, Wolfeboro; David Croft, Salisbury; Eli Rivera, Keene; Tara Reardon, Concord; & Deanna Rollo Rollinsford
Parliamentarian - Bill Christie, NHDP Legal Counsel, Concord

2024 Credentials Committee
Credentials Chair - Sen. Martha Fuller Clark, NHDP 1st Vice Chair, Portsmouth
Credentials Members:

Rep. Charlotte DiLorenzo, Newmarket

Dante Castellano, Nashua

Prescott Herzog, Claremont

Derek Thibeault, Nashua

Shanika Amarakoon, Portsmouth

Maddie McCluskey, Manchester

NHDP Officers
State Chair                     Hon. Raymond Buckley, Manchester
1st Vice Chair                Sen. Martha Fuller Clark, Portsmouth
2nd Vice Chair               Maura Sullivan, Newmarket
Secretary                       Maitri Chittidi, Manchester
Treasurer                       Hon. Caitlin Rollo, Hopkinton
Legal Counsel                Bill Christie, Concord
DNC Mbr                         Bill Shaheeen, Madbury
DNC Mbr                         Sen. Donna Soucy, Manchester
DNC At-large                  Joanne Dowdell, Portsmouth


The New Hampshire Democratic Party strives to make all of our events and meetings accessible to all who wish to attend. Reasonable requests will be fulfilled as outlined in the Americans with Disabilities Act, as amended. To provide necessary accommodations please email no later than Tuesday, May 7th.

Questions? Email, or call us at 603-225-6899.​​

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