Delaney’s team in New Hampshire volunteers with municipal races before Tuesday’s primary
MANCHESTER, NH – On Monday, September 16, John Delaney’s team in New Hampshire joined a volunteer canvass with Manchester Mayor Joyce Craig on her re-election campaign and a volunteer phone bank with Manchester Democrats Chair Gene Martin in his run for Manchester School Board At-Large. The volunteer work comes in advance of Manchester’s municipal primary election on Tuesday, September 17. Delaney’s NH State Director Chris MacKenzie releases the following statement:
“When Democrats win back the White House in 2020, our next president will need the help of strong leaders at the state and local level to win lasting change on issues from health care to education to fair wages,” said Delaney NH State Director Chris MacKenzie. “During her first term, Manchester Mayor Joyce Craig proved that she is a fighter for working New Hampshire families by focusing on real solutions and the future of New Hampshire’s Queen City. Mayor Craig has fought to increase funding for local schools, she has brought hundreds of new jobs to Manchester, and she has led efforts to combat the opioid crisis. Likewise, Gene Martin is campaigning to make sure every student in Manchester has the opportunities they need to succeed. Having allies like Gene and Joyce in office are critical to the work of the Democratic Party and our campaign to build a better, brighter future for all Americans.”
Polls will be open in Manchester on Tuesday, Sept. 17, from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. Primary races exist for the office of mayor, along with aldermen and school board seats.