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Thursday, July 30, 2015
Video-Photos Recap-Barnstead, Bernie, 3500 Events Around The US, And Me By Kyle Leach




More than 100,000 people had RSVPed to participate in 3,500 parties in houses, living rooms and coffee shops and any other place they could find by the time I registered for one of the local events. The campaign said last night it is the biggest online organizing event of the 2016 campaign so far. That's grass roots; that's very 21st century.

We were able go to the Bernie organizing event in Barnstead yesterday evening. There were about fifty to sixty people at that event. The opening speakers were wonderful. Bernie's speech via video was short, but very inspiring. You can see a version of it above. I'm not going to spend time going over his philosophy; it has stayed the same over his lifetime. Not many of the other candidates can pass that test. His record of decades of activism and public service mirror his current campaign platform for president and you can find that on his website.

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Tuesday, July 28, 2015
Strafford County Democratic Picnic-August 9th, 1-4, Rollinsford



The new flyer 4 the annual @SCDCNHDems Aug 9th picnic in Rollinsford. Share & spread the word! http://on.fb.me/1Jh2WQH
 
It's time again for the annual Strafford County Picnic. This year we are being hosted by Ken and Salme Perry at 380 Rollins Rd., Rollinsford on Sunday, August 9th from 1:00 PM until 4:00 PM.
NH's First in the Nation Primary status has NH humming with activity! We're already being inundated with presidential candidates and the Democratic candidates for president have all been invited! We've also invited the top of the NH Ticket and of course we can count on our local politicians, candidates and characters to be there!

This is going to be a great opportunity to catch up with old democratic friends and meet new ones. Mingle and meet while enjoying delicious locally sourced organic burgers and hot dogs, homemade salads and desserts. Catch up with what other county Democrats are doing and get to hear firsthand where your candidates stand on the issues.

You can count on every cent of the proceeds going to elect Strafford County Democratic Candidates! Every election is important but this election could be the pivotal event determining where our country goes and what values are represented.

We'll also be having 50/50 raffles so make sure you bring cash and make sure you get your tickets early!

Tickets are only $20 per person, $15 for Students and $5 for kids under 12.

The preferred payment methods is by check which can be mailed to; Strafford County Democratic Committee, PO Box 247, Dover NH 03821.

You can also pay online at: https://secure.actblue.com/…/2015straffordcountydemocraticp…

Sponsor the picnic for just $100 or whatever you would like to donate. Sponsors will be posted on our appreciation board at the picnic, be posted on the Strafford County Democratic Committee website and sent to our email list. Sponsorships over $100 include 2 tickets. If you know of anyone that you think would be a sponsor please let us know!

Attendance is limited to the first 250 so be sure to get your tickets in advance.

Ticket Sales will not be accepted online or thru the mail after August 1. Tickets will be sold at the gate depending on availability.
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Tuesday, July 21, 2015
 Moose Mountain Area Democrats Daylilies & Democrats Recap And Photos


This past weekend Moose Mountain Area Democrats hosted their annual Daylilies & Democrats
get together in Brookefield. The weather that day was wet and dreary for most of the day, which hampered turnout, but everything seemed to clear up once the event was to start and the sun actually came out later on. The Daylilies are a dreamlike firework show that would dazzle just about anyone, but the real stars of the event are the people who attend each year. There is a lovely buffet and more delicious, food than you could ever eat. The Hilary, Bernie, and O'Malley campaigns were there and each only spoke briefly, which was fine. Two other speakers that were great crowd pleasers were the always energetic Carol Shea Porter and the witty John R. White. Both kept their addresses short and to the point. If you missed the event this year, don't fret, it is held around the same time each year, so plan ahead and save the space on your 2016 calendar. I hope you enjoy the photos!
 
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