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By the numbers: New Hampshire Democratic Party's Coordinated Campaign Efforts to Date

Concord, N.H. - With less than a week before the primary election, September 11, and 61 days until Election Day on November 6, the New Hampshire Democratic Party has made huge strides in reaching out to voters and building an effective coordinated campaign infrastructure.

“We’re going to win big on November 6 by going neighbor to neighbor,” said Chairman Ray Buckley. “Our incredible grassroots team and volunteers have been engaging in these important conversations for months, and it’ll all materialize when New Hampshire voters head to the polls.”

The New Hampshire Democratic Party Coordinated Campaign has:

  • Placed over 55,000 phone calls to discuss issues Sununu and Republicans are failing on

  • Knocked on over 48,000 doors: nearly 25,000 more than what was done to date in 2014

  • Spoken directly with over 16,000 voters to remind them of what’s at stake in this election

  • Had over 10,000 cups of coffee to stay awake and energized

  • Had nearly 1,700 one-on-one meetings with activists

  • Engaged nearly 1,500 active volunteers to support us in our effort to elect Democrats

  • Had over 1,000 “Commit to Vote” cards signed

  • Had over 500 slices of cheese and pepperoni pizza

  • Has recruited candidates to run for a record-breaking number of 383 State Representative seats

  • 45 organizers working to engage volunteers and voters: 40 field organizers, 5 campus organizers

  • Opened 22 Coordinated Campaign offices across the state

  • Worked with 11 candidates in the First Congressional District

  • 7 regional directors managing voter outreach in towns, cities, and college campuses across the state

  • Hosted 6 forums in Carroll, Rockingham, Belknap, and Strafford Counties

  • Hosted 2 of our forums at middle schools: Dover Middle School and Kennett Middle School

  • Hosted 1 forum at a community college: Manchester Community College

  • Hosted 1 forum at a high school: Exeter High School

“We have surpassed our efforts from the 2014 midterm cycle, when we bucked a national trend and re-elected Senator Jeanne Shaheen, then-Governor Maggie Hassan, and Representative Annie Kuster,” continued Chairman Buckley. “Democrats can win in every town, no matter how traditionally Republican. We’re laying the groundwork for Democrats to win back control of the governorship, the State House, State Senate, Executive Council, and to keep both congressional seats blue. We are proud of all we have built in recent months, and urge all Granite Staters eager to get involved.”


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