A conversation with State House colleagues
Media Advisory, October 21, 2022 Link to this Media Advisory: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1NOf05QO7ETNNt_pSb8nnvNr6bNMdP001T0cee16RrFk/edit
Reinmar Seidler, NH Network, UMass Boston, firstname.lastname@example.org, (603) 229-8876
Susan Richman, NH Network Communication: email@example.com, (603) 868-2758
Donna Reardon, NH Network Communication: firstname.lastname@example.org, (603) 496-0252
This election cycle is as significant as any in our lifetimes. How will we in New Hampshire approach our urgent environmental challenges over the next few years? Come pull up a chair and chat with three prominent leaders as they ‘take a break’ from campaigning for (re)election and ponder NH’s environmental future with us.
- Dr. Tom Sherman, candidate for NH Governor
- Kat McGhee, candidate for State Representative (Hillsborough 35)
- David Watters, candidate for State Senator (District 4)
WHAT: Attendees will be invited to consider their priorities for protecting our landscapes, precious natural resources, and quality of life – and to question Tom Sherman, Kat McGhee and David Watters about the policies that could best take us forward into an uncertain but opportunity-rich future. This provides a wider New Hampshire audience an opportunity to interact face-to-face … virtually!
WHEN: Tuesday, October 25, 2022, 8-9pm EST (free virtual event)
WHERE: Pre-Registration required at this link: REGISTER Oct 25 Conversation with colleagues
WHY: Amidst the noise of campaign soundbites, there is a need for a deeper conversation about the issues of environment, energy and climate. What do these three veteran legislators envision for our future? They will be fielding questions from the virtual audience.
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NH Network for Environment – Energy – Climate links citizens statewide to share information and implement actions for a sustainable New Hampshire. Learn more at www.newhampshirenetwork.org.
Susan Richman (communications)
NH Network: Environment, Energy, Climate
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