Delaney Makes Second Campaign Trip to New Hampshire

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Thursday, October 5, 2017
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Delaney Makes Second Campaign Trip to New Hampshire

Manchester, NH – This weekend, Congressman John K. Delaney, the first declared Democratic candidate for President, made his second campaign trip to New Hampshire since launching his campaign this summer. On Saturday, Delaney addressed the Brookline-Mason Democratic Party at their Annual Pasta Dinner in Brookline, and campaigned for Democratic mayoral candidate, Joyce Craig, in Manchester on Sunday.

“This is how we’re going to rebuild our party and start winning again: knocking on doors, listening to voters and talking about what matters to people. We had a great weekend in New Hampshire talking about our campaign and supporting local candidates,” said Congressman Delaney. “One thing I’ve heard from voters that has been consistent in every state I’ve visited—whether that be Iowa, South Carolina, or New Hampshire— is concern for the future of our country. We need a new approach to governing; one that pushes aside divisive partisan politics, focuses on the future, and brings new ideas forward—I plan on doing just that. In too many places there’s not enough opportunity and not enough upward mobility and we’ve got to bring that back with a new agenda that prepares us for a globally-connected high-tech economy.

“Granite Staters take the job of being the first primary state seriously, which is why they appreciate that I’m here this early in the race talking to them about the issues that matter. New Hampshire voters know that the stakes are incredibly high and they’re ready to have a conversation about how we move forward as a party. We’ve already been to New Hampshire twice and we’re just getting started.”

In addition to New Hampshire, Delaney has already campaigned in Iowa, North Carolina, and South Carolina since announcing his candidacy for the Democratic nomination in July. Delaney will be back in Iowa later this month.

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