Clinton Campaign Overview – Nashua NH



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This page follows Hillary’s local campaign from the early primary stages to the present.  There have been many great events and special guests along the way.  Some folks are even having FUN !!!

Recently, Senator Joe Kennedy III stopped by Campaign HQ to yet another large crowd.


This October photo is of Massachusetts Senator Ed Markey surrounded by members of the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) union.

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In September, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren stopped by the office and motivated the crowd!  She was introduced by Mayor Donchess, Representative Kuster and a special friend.












Also in September, Tim Kaine stopped by the office.  Tim Kaine’s impressive resume is summarized below:

  • 1994 – City Councilor – Richmond VA
  • 1998 – Mayor – Richmond VA
  • 2001 – Lieutenant Governor – VA
  • 2006 – Governor – VA
  • 2009 – Chairman – Democratic National Committee
  • 2012 – US Senator – VA

In 2006, Tim delivered the Democratic response to George W. Bush’s State of the Union address.

Anne Holton served as a judge for the Juvenile and Domestic Relations District Court, in Richmond VA, from 1998-2005.  She resigned to become Virginia’s First Lady from 2006 – 2010.  When her husband, Tim Kaine, was selected to be Hillary Clinton’s running mate in 2016, she resigned from her position as Virginia’s Secretary of Education, which she held since 2014.


Among the luminaries greeting the Kaine’s on Sept 1 were (above left photo) Dr. Susan Lynch (the former Governor’s wife), Governor Maggie Hassan, Representative Annie Kuster (above right photo), Senators Bette Lasky (right photo) and Peggy Gilmour, and Executive Council candidate Dan Weeks.



The Primary Season

Your webmaster was among about 450 people at this jam-packed event on a very hot July morning.  The Town Meeting forum looked very much like you’d imagine, people sitting in a circle around a small platform and table in the center of the gym where Hillary spoke.  The meeting lasted roughly an hour, with Hillary taking about eight questions from a cross-section of people.  The picture on the right concluded the meeting with the girl in pink saying that she “wanted to shake the hand of the first woman president”.


The Nashua Clinton team marched at the annual Milford Labor Day parade (2015). Pretty hot, but everyone had a good time!


Occasionally, Democrats from around the country participate in the campaign’s grassroots events – often culminating in Calls to Action.

Mayor Jim Donchess (shown), Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julian Castro and Virginia Governor Terry McAuliffe have all visited the local campaign office recently.


President Bill Clinton kicked off his campaign for Hillary right here in Nashua, at NDCC, before over 700 enthusiastic supporters!



New Jersey Senator Cory Booker participated in this event in December.


Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy campaigned in New Hampshire for two days on behalf of Hillary Clinton, stopping at the Nashua campaign office on August 24th. The incoming chairman of the Democratic Governors Association, Malloy was scheduled to make several appearances on Clinton’s behalf in the Granite State… Malloy added how he’s “very comfortable” supporting Clinton, who he also considers to be a personal friend.”


On August 1st and October 10, per Nashua Campaign Coordinator Daniel Ki “Hundreds of energized Granite Staters across New Hampshire joined together for a grassroots Day of Action. Supporters knocked on thousands of doors across the state, talking to their friends and neighbors about why they support Hillary and signing “Commit to Vote” cards pledging to vote for Hillary in the first in the nation primary.”




The photo above is Senator Bette Lasky charging up volunteers to start the latest Day of Action in October.

As shown in the photo below from a July meeting, working on a campaign can be fulfilling for both body and mind.  Do you know anyone?  Per Daniel Ki “On Friday night, the Hillary Clinton campaign had a meetup for our volunteers so we could discuss the campaign and our volunteer organization structure. Former NHDP Chair and DNC Committeewoman Kathy Sullivan spoke to us about Hillary’s message. Volunteers old and new shared their thoughts about how to build the best organization.”