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2016 Elections News

See and hear Elizabeth Warren's articulate and very effective speech excoriating Presidential Candidate Donald Trump!
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FACAend5Vfc

View Nov. 8 Election Sample Ballot HERE

Democratic Candidates:

President:

Hillary Clinton http://HillaryClinton.com

Governor:

Colin Van Ostern http://VanOstern.com

U.S. Senator:

Maggie Hassan http://MaggieHassan.com

U.S. Representative:

Annie Kuster http://KusterforCongress.com

NH Senator:

Peggy Gilmour http://PeggyGilmour.com

NH Representatives:

Tom Harris - District 27 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Kat McGhee - District 40 (Floterial) KatMcGhee.com

Art Sweed - District 27 Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

 

Peggy Gilmour to Discuss NH Healthcare and Medicaid Expansion

Concerned about changes in Healthcare/Medicare and Medicaid in New Hampshire?

Peggy Gilmour will speak on regulations and the proposed state budget on Tuesday, April 28, at 7 p.m. at the Lawrence Barn

Pizza and beverages will be available starting at 6:30 p.m. for those coming from work - donation appreciated.

For more information: Katherine Drisko at 465-2517

March 24 Caucus Results

On Tuesday, March 24 Hollis Democrats voted for Officers for the next year.

Co - Chairs: Katherine Drisko and Bob Liscio

Secretary: Mary Codd

Treasurer: Francine Howe

The next Hollis Democrats meeting will be on Tuesday, April 28 at the Lawrence Barn

Spring Roadside Cleanup

Time to clean up all the trash that has accumulated on our roads this winter! The Hollis Conservation Commission is sponsoring its annual Spring Roadside Cleanup on April 26, 2014. The Hollis Democrats have had great participation in past years, and we want to keep the tradition going strong! We will meet at the Hollis Brookline High School at 8:30 am sharp. Bring gloves, a hat and a water bottle!

For more information, see the Conservation Commission's flyer.

Natural Gas Pipeline to Run Through Hollis

by Mary Fokas

Tennessee Gas, a subsidiary of Kinder-Morgan plans to build a natural gas pipeline that will run through Hollis, NH. This pipeline is an offshoot of the Northeast Pipeline Expansion project that is intended to bring natural gas from the Marcellus Shale fields in New York State to New England. The main pipeline will run from NY to Dracut, MA with several offshoots meant to serve customers along the way. One such proposed offshoot would traverse Hollis, through lands belonging to the town of Hollis, the conservation lands of Beaver Brook Association, as well as lands belonging to residential homeowners. The pipeline is meant to end somewhere in Merrimack, near South Merrimack Road and PC Connection on Route 101-A.

To keep informed about this issue, send email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

A Hollis town meeting was held on Monday, April 21st during which Kinder-Morgan representatives presented an outline of the project and took questions from town selectmen, town legal counsel and an audience of concerned residents.

Join Your Fellow Hollis Dems

McIntyre-Shaheen Dinner

 

The Hollis Democrats hope to get a table of 10 people to go spend the evening together, learning and having fun!

Bernie Sanders at NH Institute of Politics

History is being made in New Hampshire's home for politics. Anyone who wants to be a participant, not merely a bystander, can do it at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics & Political Library at Saint Anselm College in Manchester.

Bernie Sanders

April 12, 10:30 a.m.: U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders, What We Can Do to Save the Middle Class

U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT) is the longest serving Independent in U.S. Congressional history. During his 20 plus year tenure in Congress, he has earned a reputation as an effective and articulate fighter for social justice in addressing the needs of working families, the middle class, the elderly, children and the poor. Check out the Institute's description of the event for more information.

Want to find out more about the New Hampshire Institute for Politics and their upcoming events? Click here.

March 2014 Cooperative School District Meeting Report

Three emotionally charged and well-attended Hollis Brookline Cooperative District meetings resolved on March 26th at the HBHS gym. Voters came to cast their votes for the remaining articles, including Article 2, a revised bond proposal for Hollis Brookline High School building improvements that sought to address a pending probation from the NEASC, which will revoke HBHS' accreditation in Spring 2015 if a plan for the improvements is not in the works. The bond proposal of 2.4 million dollars over 10 years at 3.75% ultimately failed to attain the required 2/3 majority vote. The COOP school board, and many in the education community, continue to believe that these building additions are needed to secure adequate space for our students/faculty, and to secure a renewal of our NEASC accreditation.