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Thursday, August 28, 2014
Deal Reached To Sell Markey Basket To Artie T


Save Market Basket:

It is official. Artie T is back, and tomorrow morning operations at the company go back to normal.Give yourself a pat on the back for supporting the boycott. Thank an employee the next time you go shopping. And remember that nothing like this has ever happened. We all were a part of an historic struggle where the good guys won, and that does not happen much these days. I started this page over a year ago, and I got way more involved than I had planned. Thank you for putting up with the amateur nature of this page, as I am not a professional organizer. I hope this will be my last post.

Thank You All and Congratulations!

 
He’s Baaaaaack: Arthur T. to Buy Market Basket
 
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Tuesday, August 26, 2014
Kids Are Paying The Price For America’s Prison Binge


"Results suggest that children's health disadvantages are an overlooked and unintended consequence of mass incarceration and that incarceration, given its unequal distribution across the population, may have implications for population-level racial-ethnic and social class inequalities in children's health." University of California, Irvine sociologist Kristin Turney

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Monday, August 25, 2014
Photos/Recap Farmington Hay Day 2014


We had a great day this year for Farmington Hay Day 2014! We had our our regular booth space at the corner of Main and Central. We sold political buttons, the ever popular Thank Democrats bumper stickers, and Farmington, NH postcard sets. We had plenty of freebies as well this year. We did well on the raffle, so some lucky people have delicious watermelons to devour. We'll had lots of political literature for people to take and candidate representatives on hand to help people get to know candidates for the upcoming primary and election in November. The bed race, the Farmington Community Gardens booth, the Farmington Historical Society booth, Goodwin Library book sale, and the Conservation Commission booth were notable perennials and their were many great food and shopping booths. We hope everyone enjoyed the day as much as we did!

Residents enjoy Farmington Hay Day

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Sunday, August 24, 2014

Vision. Action. Community.

The Farmington Democrats believe that equality of opportunity can be achieved through community involvement, political action, and a shared vision of social justice.