NHDP Reaction to UNH Poll: Delegation Continues to Deliver Results for Granite Staters
Concord, N.H. - A UNH poll released today shows that our D.C. delegation -- the first all-women Democratic delegation in the nation -- continues to deliver results on behalf of Granite Staters.
NHDP Chairman Ray Buckley issued the following statement:
“The results of today’s poll show that our D.C. delegation is working hard on behalf of residents across the Granite State. Whether it’s standing up for good paying jobs, fighting to expand access to affordable healthcare, protecting Medicare and Social Security, providing quality education to our children, or working to keep our students safe, U.S. Senators Shaheen and Hassan and Congresswomen Kuster and Shea-Porter, are on the right side of the issues. “New Hampshire’s First Congressional District Democratic primary is a wide open race where our incredible Democratic candidates have a strong chance to be successful. Our efforts to host open public forums across the district have given CD1 voters many opportunities to hear from each of them. The incredible attendance at these events shows a Granite State electorate invested in the September 11th primary, and we’re eager to unite as a party to elect Democrats up and down the ballot in November.”