Today is National Voter Registration Day, so it is especially fitting that yesterday, a New Hampshire judge blocked yet another attempt by Republican lawmakers to make voter registration more difficult. This ruling marks the latest victory in our effort to protect the fundamental right to vote.
Today, Mitt Romney began his bus tour in New Hampshire, and we thought we'd send a note from the Granite State to remind everyone what Romney economics would do: decrease financial aid, cut teachers' jobs, and raise taxes for middle-class families.
Last week, Mitt Romney said he'd cut back on jobs for teachers, firefighters, and police officers. That's a plan that Massachusetts is all too familiar with. So as we kicked off the first day of our Romney economics bus tour, Massachusetts teachers headed across the state line to Exeter, New Hampshire, to make it clear what Romney economics would mean for American students, teachers, and middle-class families.
We kicked off the Romney Economics bus tour this morning in Exeter, New Hampshire. With the bus parked outside, the OFA New Hampshire office was overflowing with Obama supporters chanting "four more years" and "fired up, ready to go."
Addressing a standing-room only crowd of Manchester Democrats, DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz and New Hampshire Senator Jeanne Shaheen thanked Granite Staters for their dedicated organizing, even when their candidate didn't have a primary opponent.
Like a lot of college students, Shawn Doyle and Evan Milas are two Quinnipiac sophomores who are spending this winter break in New Hampshire campaigning. But despite the focus on the six Republican candidates running in the Granite State, these guys came to New Hampshire to support President Obama.