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08/03/2020
 
Posted By: Council 93

It's time to vote in New Hampshire. New laws for this election allow everyone to vote by absentee ballot. You can submit one form and receive the primary and general election ballots. Primary ballots are available now.

The main primary contest is for Governor. Council 93 is proud to endorse State Senator Dan Feltes for Governor. He served as a legal aid attorney for about a decade representing hard working men and women and then ran for the State Senate in 2014. He's now the state senate majority leader. He's been standing up for labor and leading on issues like worker misclassification, prevailing wage, prescription drug costs, and good schools.

"Over the past several months, the COVID-19 pandemic has shined a bright light on the important work of AFSCME members in New Hampshire and now, more than ever, people are acknowledging the value of their work," Executive Director Mark Bernard. "But Senator Feltes has always recognized their important contributions and has consistently demonstrated his respect and appreciation for front-line public employees through his many years of work in the Senate. When it comes to securing adequate funding for essential public services and supporting organized labor, Dan delivers more than just a vote. He leads the fight." READ MORE

We ask you to support our friend Senator Feltes in the New Hampshire Democratic primary.

Here's how:
STEP 1: Request your ballot Now!

Right now you can submit one form and receive your ballot for both the primary and, in a few months, the general election. Download the absentee ballot request form here and check the "concern for COVID-19" box. Complete the form and submit via mail, email, fax, or in-person to your town or city clerk. To look up your town or city clerk's information click here.

STEP 2: Vote and Sign Your Ballot

Shortly after submitting your request form for the primary, you will receive your absentee ballot in the mail. Complete your ballot from home. Carefully read the instructions and make sure you sign the envelope.

STEP 3: Return Your Ballot

Return your ballot to your town or city clerk's office. Your ballot must arrive before election day. You can send it in the mail or drop it off in person. You can track the status of your absentee ballot at here.

If you'd like to learn more about Dan, you can visit his website at www.danfeltesnh.com

If you encounter any issues voting in this election, you can call the New Hampshire Democratic Party's Voter Assistance Hotline at 603-GO-N-VOTE (603-466-8683), which is staffed Monday through Friday 9am to 6pm and Saturday 12 to 6 pm.

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