Some Local Organizing Activities For Your Calendar

Hi folks,

Hope you are all well and staying safe.  Here are a few events you might want to attend virtually! 

Let me know if you would like to have a social virtual meeting just to check in and see how we are.  I'd be happy to set one up. Our normal meeting date would be Thursday, June 11, 2020. Please RSVP to me and let me know how you're doing and if you'd like to meet virtually.

Some Local Activities For Your Calendar:

Candidate Filing Period
The filing period for candidates running for state office opens on Wednesday, June 3 and runs through Friday, June 12.

Tuesday, June 2, 2020  4:00 - 5:00 PM
This coming Tuesday, June 2nd, at 4:00pm, Savannah Woolston, New Hampshire Democratic Party Digital Director, will be hosting a virtual training on using Zoom to host great, virtual meetings. In this training session, she will go over all of the functionalities Zoom has to offer to meeting hosts, give some tips and tricks, and answer any questions you may have about using Zoom as both a meeting participant and meeting host.

Many of you are looking for — or have already found and would be willing to share! — creative ways to use Zoom for house parties, committee meetings, candidate town halls, and more. This training can help everyone feel more comfortable and confident about using this digital tool as we continue to need to organize and meet virtually. 

Click here to register for the training, and you will be sent the link to join the Zoom. Please register before 3pm on Tuesday.
You can find all of the NHDP June Tuesday trainings here

Wednesday, June 3, 2020  6:00 - 7:00 PM

Next Wednesday, Andy Volinksy, candidate for Governjor, will be holding a virtual town hall to discuss Education During the Time of COVID-19.  He is inviting parents, educators, and anyone interested in ensuring that every child receives an equitable and adequate education during these trying times. Teachers have had to adjust to remote learning while parents now struggle to balance jobs (or job loss) with supervising their children's education. What is in the best interests of our children as NH prepares for the new school year?

Andy will be joined by John Freeman (Superintendent of Pittsfield School District), Robin Vogt (Portsmouth special education paraeducator), and Patricia Barry (Principal of Stevens High School in Claremont).

WHEN:  Wednesday, June 3, 6pm-7pm


Click here to join Facebook Live.

Click here to join Zoom Webinar.

Organize New Hampshire
Organize NH, the New Hampshire Democratic Party coordinated campaign, is continuing to hold a series of regional organizing meetings to bring together supporters, introduce our 2020 staff, and talk about ways you can get involved. See below for the schedule for the upcoming week! You can RSVP to your local regional meeting below, or reach out to with any questions.

Greater Manchester Organizing Meeting with Senator Shaheen
Monday, June 1st at 6:00 PM

Strafford County Organizing Meeting with Senator Shaheen
Monday, June 1st at 6:30 PM

Interested in starting to make calls to voters? Join the campaign’s first day of phone banking on June 3rd! RSVP below to a virtual phone bank for your region:

    Keene, Upper Valley, and North Country Phone Bank
    Wednesday, June 3rd at 5:30 PM
    RSVP Here

    Rockingham and Strafford County Phone Bank
    Wednesday, June 3rd at 5:30
    RSVP Here

    Greater Manchester, Nashua, and Concord Phone Bank
    Wednesday, June 3rd at 5:30 PM
    RSVP Here

Do you have more questions about voting this year? Check out for information about voting in NH in 2020.

Vote In New Hampshire provides easy and accessible information on how to:

  • Vote by absentee ballot

  • Check to see if you’re registered to vote

  • Register to vote

  • Stay informed on voting updates and changes, especially in light of the COVID-19 crisis

This website will be updated as the state releases adapted guidelines, and as more resources are available.  We know that all of you will work with us to make sure all eligible Granite Staters are able to vote.  As all of you are talking with friends, family and community members.  We urge you to share this website with them.  We also have put together an informational sheet on absentee voting. Please help us promote the website by posting on social media.  A few draft posts are included below.  

Hope you are staying safe and healthy! 

Warm Regards,

Stan Freeda

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