My name is Ian Howes; I am the co-communications director of social media and online presence for the Hudson NH Democrats. Today, I am taking some time share the improvements and additions to our website.
First the navigation menu across the top of our website does look different. Several drop down menus can now be found under the calendar, contact us and voter information tabs. The calendar tab has drop down option the NHDP events. The contact us tab now includes links to the Hudson NH Democrats Facebook as well as the @Hudson_NHDems on twitter link. Also under the contact us tab the contact form has been updated to include a pair of social media options. The voter information tab now includes additional access to our links, core issues, and election 2016 pages.
For those looking for the road to the white house 2016 page; fear not the contents have been expanded and the page has been renamed to Election 2016. The Election 2016 page is a collection of events, policy platforms, and bios for the democratic presidential candidates. On October 5th, sections for the US Congressional Delegation have been added on the back of Governor Hassan announcement of her intent to campaign for Kelly Ayotte’s US Senate Seat.
Even though, we are very early in the Election 2016 process; business is beginning to pick up. Please check back here and our Facebook and Twitter pages.
Just a friendly reminder we are at the Hargreaves Memorial VFW Hall on Main Street in Pelham; next Wednesday October 14th,2015 at 7:00pm.
Upcoming events from the Hudson NH Democrats/NHDP and NON- NH Democratic primary campaign events. ***Please note: the Hudson NH Democrats meetings are moving to bi-monthly on the 2nd Wednesdays beginning with the meeting in September.***
Public Meeting w/ NH Speaker of House Jasper (SB 136)
203 Central Street (NH 111)
2015 New Hampshire Democratic Party Convention
New Hampshire Democratic Party
Saturday, September 19, 2015 from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM (EDT)
Verizon Wireless Arena
555 Elm Street
Guest Speakers: Presidential Candidates: US Senator Bernie Sanders (Vermont) Jim Webb (Virginia; Former US Senator) ; invited but will not be attending. Professor Lessig (Pennsylvania)
Martin O’Malley (Maryland; Former Governor)
Lincoln Chafee (Rhode Island; Former Governor)
Hillary Clinton (New York; Former US Secretary of State)
Other Speakers: Congresswoman Kuster
DNC Chairwoman Wasserman-Schultz