Hi to the Huddle on this beautiful late summer morning, It rained! September 8th is an important date for us. Please join us in voting for Mindi Messmer for District 3 Executive Council. See why below:
- Mindi is an experienced legislator who has brought her scientific expertise and perspective as a small business owner to create and pass policy to fight for clean drinking water and to protect public health. Cancer prevention and water protection are non-partisan issues.
- Mindi is a tireless advocate for women and families – as a State Representative she successfully worked across the aisle to defeat several bills hostile to women and families. Mindi was an active member of the Health, Human Services and the Elderly Affairs Committee. She fought on the floor to protect women’s access to contraception and reproductive healthcare. Mindi was a champion of transgender non-discrimination legislation, as well as the bill that banned the harmful practice of gay conversion therapy.
- Mindi will represent the citizens of N.H., not special interest groups. In 2017 seven lobbyists from CA, TX and NC were flown into our state capital to fight legislation intended to protect our children. Mindi sponsored legislation that would have prohibited the use of hazardous recycled tire rubber on playgrounds. This material is hazardous to the point that it isn’t accepted in landfills. The bill was shot down by the Republican legislature after intense lobbying from the Synthetic Turf Council and the Tire Industry Association.
- Mindi will continue fighting to protect voting rights, access to health care, public education, and fair courts. She will work to prioritize infrastructure and clean energy that create jobs and stimulate our economy.
This is a critical year for the Executive Council – they will oversee the funds to recover from the pandemic, all judicial nominations including the currently open N.H. Supreme Court seat, and critical agency appointments (Education Commissioner, Assis. Commissioner of Environmental Services, Commissioner of Emergency Management, Assis. Commissioner of Health and Human Services).
District 3 Towns: Atkinson, Brentwood, Chester, Danville, Derry, East Kingston, Epping, Exeter, Fremont, Greenland, Hampstead, Hampton, Hampton Falls, Kensington, Kingston, New Castle, Newfields, Newington, Newmarket, Newton, North Hampton, Plaistow, Portsmouth, Raymond, Rye, Salem, Sandown, Seabrook, South Hampton, Stratham, and Windham.
Please help us get the word out, thank you,
Mary Ann and Christine