Thursday, May 24, 2012


Speaker Bill O’Brien and his extreme Tea-Party allies in the NH House have promised to renew their attacks on working families if & when they return to the state legislature next year. Now they’ve found a new best friend in Gubernatorial-wannabe Ovide Lamontagne.

Among other politically-motivated proposals that would destroy middle class work opportunities, Ovide has pledged to make passing “Right-to-Work” a priority and supports eliminating the minimum wage.

O’Brien and Ovide will be together at an event in downtown Manchester on Wednesday, May 30 – and we hope you’ll join us in taking a stand for New Hampshire working families outside the event at the Radisson Conference Center. We'll have signs - all you need to do is show up!


It's clear that while Ovide says he's running on a platform of jobs and the economy, Ovide cares more about his own extreme ideology than what Granite State families really need.  

Join us next Wednesday to take a stand about political candidates who won't stand up for collective bargaining rights or working families!

WHAT: Visibility for our collective bargaining rights
WHERE: Outside the Radisson Conference Center, on Pleasant Street near Elm Street
WHEN: Wednesday, June 30th from 5:30-7:30 p.m.

In solidarity,
the New Hampshire AFL-CIO
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