Town of Strafford Democratic Committee
We are a local grassroots organization in Strafford, NH, working to elect Democrats in all levels of government. We are aligned with the NH Democratic Party. Our meetings are held on the first Tuesday of the month 7 pm at the Hill Library in Strafford
St. Patrick's Day Dinner a Big Success
Op-Ed in the Concord Monitor from Strafford Rep. Bob Perry and Paul Camacho
A Democratic Friend Remembered: NH State Rep. Jim Cyr
of the Strafford Democratic Committee. His carpentry skills are evident in many improvements at the Bow Lake Grange Hall.Jim’s can-do attitude and willingness to contribute to his community are greatly missed.
First in the Nation All Female Delegation!
She is joined in the delegation by three Democrats, newly elected Rep. Annie Kuster, Rep. Carol Shea-Porter who was re-elected to a seat she held from 2006-2010, and Senator Jeanne Shaheen who was the first female Governor in NH. Senator Ayotte, a Republican, was elected to the senate in 2010.
Local Candidates Successful November 6!
Locally, NH Rep. Bob Perry of Evans Mountain Road in Strafford was re-elected to his fourth term in the New Hampshire Legislature representing the towns of Strafford and New Durham. The Strafford Town Democrats thank him for running and for continuing to do an excellent job representing the interests of the people of Strafford at the State House in Concord.
Kudos also goes out to Strafford Resident Dennis Vachon for his election as Strafford County Register of Deeds. He will be an asset to the county and town in his new county post.
Strafford Democratic Gov Debate a Huge Success
Thanks to all who attended and committee members who baked and made delicious hors d'eourves for the event.
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Posted March 3, 2012.
Defending NH Public Education
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seek." President Barack Obama
"People often say with pride, 'I'm not interested in politics.' They might as well say, 'I'm not interested in my standard of living, my health, my job, my rights, my freedoms, my future or any future...' If we mean to keep control over our world and lives, we must be interested in politics." -- Martha Gellhorn (1908 -1998) American novelist, travel writer and journalist