Ten Things To Know … January 18, 2020

Happy Saturday — January 18, 2020!

I hope this email finds you to be doing well. Here are Ten Things To Know for January 18, 2020.

  1. JAN 19 — Bernie is coming! Sunday the 19th! Conway … Tuckerman’s … Conway (Hobbs St) … doors open at 1 PM. RSVP at this link: HERE
  1. JAN 20 (7PM) — The Wolfeboro DEMs are meeting for their regular monthly gathering on Monday at the Wolfeboro Inn. All are welcome and will enjoy a healthy conversations about whom each person is supporting and why. Come if you have a candidate already. Come if you’re not yet sure.
  1. JAN 22 (6 PM) — The Moose Mountain Area DEMs are meeting for their regular monthly meeting on Wednesday at Poor Peoples Pub in Wakefield. They’ll be receiving a few guests and having conversion about the primary.
  1. JAN 26 (2PM) — Rep. Jerry Knirk is doing another forum on healthcare — this time at Runnell’s Hall in Chocorua. This will be his third in recent weeks. He is doing a great job at helping people think deeply about this major issue. Thanks, Jerry. 
  1. JAN 27 (6:30 PM) — The Executive Committee will have a meeting and all are welcome! It’ll be held at the Madison Library. If you live in Madison and plan on attending, I (Knute) could use a little help.
  1. FEB 4 — The Tri Town DEMs (Tuftonboro, Sandwich, Moultonborough) will meet at the Moultonborough Public Safety Training Room (assess behind fire station on Route 25). 6:30 PM. Similar to Wolfeboro’s event on Jan 20, the Tri Town DEMs are having a pre-primary conversation about candidates. 
  1. The primary is FEB 11. Vote. Tell your friends, family, and neighbors to vote. Wear one of those stickers that tells everyone you voted. Post on your Facebook and/or Instagram page that you voted. Let’s keep the DEM momentum going by being public and bold about your most important activism — Voting.
  1. Kudos to Carroll County’s own Pat Pustell & Edie DesMarais for being part of a recent NHPR story about the DEMs in more rural places here in the state. They come across beautifully and make us proud! Read the story here: HERE
  1. Be ready for mistakes and/or misinformation. State Rep. Anita Burroughs shares this important message: “Hey Knute, Just wanted you to be aware of a voting registration issue that was brought to my attention. Several folks from Conway, Bartlett, & Jackson were told that their college kids needed a parental affidavit that they were living at home. Per the secretary of state’s office, this is not correct. The assistant secretary of state, Dave Scanlan, was reaching out to these towns today. Please let folks know to contact Dave if they are having difficulty registering, 271-3246.” Thanks Anita!
  1. Friends … Keep trying hard to build up your own candidate without devaluing the other. The other might very well be our nominee. These races are complicated because we are passionate. We are commited. Be careful not to be short-sighted by denouncing any DEM candidate. And, as always, here’s the link to find out where your favorite candidate(s) will be in NH in the weeks to come. HERE

If there’s something you’d like included in a future Ten Things To Know, give me a yell. EMAIL KNUTE Be good. Knute



Ten Things To Know … JAN 6, 2020

Ten Things To Know … January 6, 2020!

Happy New Year, everyone! You’ve likely heard that Julian Castro is no longer in the race. We can be thankful for both his participation in raising issues and his wonderful team of workers & volunteers who worked so hard. Campaign workers & volunteers are vitally important to our democracy. Here in NH, we get to meet so many wonderful, passionate people. Aren’t we lucky! Okay, friends …. Let’s work together to make sure that 2020 is a great year for Democrats at every level of government! Here are Ten Things To Know …

  1. In the last hunk of time, Candidate Amy Klobuchar and Candidate Pete Buttigieg came to Conway and Wolfeboro. Both candidates had great turn outs in both spots. Together with Warren, Sanders, Biden, Booker, Steyer, Yangand so many others, what we have is a hunk of excellent candidates who are deserving of our attention. It’s looking like whomever the nominee happens to be come later on in the year, we are going to be well suited to take on Mr. Trump in the general election. Keep learning, and keep building up your candidate without short-sightedly knocking down another candidate who could very well end up being our party’s nominee. Let’s be smart and united!
  1. JAN 9 — Candidate Mark Stewart will be visiting Carroll County on January 9th. Mr. Stewart  is a Connecticut resident who will be on the primary ballot. He is visiting the Yankee Smokehouse in West Ossipee. From Mr. Stewart: “First round is on Mark, and serious voters can then stay for dinner.” RSVP HERE
  1. JAN 10 — Candidate Andrew Yang will be at the Met in North Conway on Friday, January 10th at 9 AM. Learn more by emailing justingevertz@yang2020.com. Candidate Andrew Yang will be at Wolfeboro Town Hall on Friday, January 10th at 2 PM. Learn more by emailing JUSTIN
  1. JAN 10 — Candidate Mark Stewart will be at Bear Peak Lodge Cafeteria on January 10th at 8:40 AM for “Breakfast intro with Candidate Mark Stewart.” Find more info HERE Later that morning, candidate Mark Stewart will be at the Met in North Conway at 11:40 AM. From Mr. Stewart: “Coffee or Cocoa at the Met is on Mark, and serious voters can then stay for Lunch.” Please RSVP HERE
  1. JAN 13 — The January 13 Greater Ossipee DEMs forum on Water with Mindi Messmer has been cancelled.Please be ready for when this will be rescheduled.
  1. JAN 13 — But if you had that time set aside, consider heading to the Conway Library at 6 PM. The Conway DEMs/Valley DEMs are welcoming State Rep. Jerry Knirk who will present his forum on Healthcare. Last month, the Greater Ossipee DEMs hosted this and it was very, very well received. Lots of great information. Jerry has made a ton of edits. The presentation will be just as fantastic, but shorter than the presentation in Ossipee. Please spread the word. Attendees will not be disappointed and they will be way more informed!
  1. JAN 20 — Don’t forget about the regular meeting of the Wolfeboro DEMs (January 20th, 7 PM, Wolfeboro Inn).
  1. JAN 22 — Don’t forget about the regular meeting of the Moose Mountain Area DEMs (January 23rd, 6 PM, Poor Peoples Pub).
  1. FEB 4 — The Tri Town DEMs (Tuftonboro, Sandwich, Moultonborough) will meet at the Moultonborough Public Safety Training Room (access behind fire station on RT 25) on February 4th at 6:30 PM. This will be a time when people will be sharing with each other about the candidates they are supporting, and WHY! This is a great time to gather with neighbors to discuss the important primary on FEB 11.
  1. As is typical, #10 on this list is the link for the New Hampshire Democratic Party’s website that has info on when your favorite candidate(s) will be coming to NH! Check it out: NHDP

Let me know (KNUTE) about info that ought to be included in future Ten Things To Know. Also, share this info widely! Thank you for your work and attention. 


Ten Things To Know … DEC 28, 2019


As we live out these last days of 2019 and move boldly into 2020, let us remember that there is a lot of opportunity to share ideas, invest in relationships, educate ourselves & our inner circles, and work for fairness & justice. 

Here are “Ten Things to Know” for December 28, 2019 …

  1. DEC 29 — Candidate Amy Klobuchar will be in Wolfeboro. What an opportunity to connect with someone who might very well be president! Wolfeboro: http://bit.ly/WolfeboroTH . And later in the day on DEC 29 — Candidate Amy Klobuchar will be in Conway: http://bit.ly/ConwayTH
  2. JAN 3 — Candidate Pete Buttigieg will be in Conway. What an opportunity to meet someone who might very well be president! Conway: https://www.mobilize.us/newhampshireforpete/event/178496/ And on JAN 4 — Candidate Pete Buttigieg will be in Wolfeboro: https://www.mobilize.us/newhampshireforpete/event/181956/
  3. The county had December visits from candidate Deval Patrick, candidate Michael Bennet, and candidate Marianne Williamson. Most of the presidential candidates have visited here at some point. But not all … 
  4. Former candidate Kamala Harris never was able to visit Carroll before ending her campaign which is too bad. Only a tiny handful of candidates still in the game haven’t yet visited Carroll County — candidate Michael Bloomberg, candidate Julian Castro, and candidate Joe Biden. We should feel VERY good about the visits candidate have made here thus far and we’ll keep hoping these remaining candidates visit us!
  5. There are just 6 weeks until FEB 11, Primary Day, here in New Hampshire! Here’s a helpful piece of info from the Valley DEMs if you aren’t going to be in town: https://www.facebook.com/NHValleyDems/photos/a.2179681515689396/2497074647283413/?type=3&theater
  6. JAN 13 — the Greater Ossipee DEMs will host Mindi Messmer, one of New Hampshire’s best activists regarding environmental concerns. She and some other more local guests will be with us to help us think about water, water conservation, and regulatory concerns to which we should all be paying attention. All are welcome, but we hope to have a count of how many we can expect (Knute4NH@yahoo.com). Learn more about Greater Ossipee DEMs at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/369725837155657/
  7. JAN 20 — The Wolfeboro DEMs will have their regularly scheduled meeting at Wolfeboro Inn at 7 pm. If you live in or nearby Wolfeboro, you need to get to a monthly meeting. It’s a very good and engaging experience. Meet other local workers for fairness. Learn more at: https://www.facebook.com/WolfeboroDemocrats/
  8. JAN 22 — The Moose Mountain Area DEMs will have their regularly scheduled meeting at the Poor Peoples Pub at 6 PM in Wakefield. This is a great group of folks. Says member, Chuck Hodsdon, “We used to have aten or twelve people and now we are getting twenty or more!” If you haven’t gone to a meeting there, check it out! Learn more at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/213843118670701/
  9. Are you planning a Primary Results gathering? Give me a shout! Knute4NH@yahoo.com
  10. As is typical, #10 on this list is the link for the New Hampshire Democratic Party’s website that has info on when your favorite candidate(s) will be coming to New Hampshire! Check it out: https://www.nhdp.org/first-in-the-nation-events

Visit the county website, make a small contribution to the work of the county DEMs, and stay tuned in by visiting: https://ccnhdemocrats.org


10 Things To Know … DEC 1

I hope you all had a great Thanksgiving. I’m thankful for YOU and for the ways we are working together for the sake of goodness. Here are 10 Things To Know for December 1. ***We aren’t worried about tomorrow’s snow!!***

  1. Tomorrow, Healthcare Lingo — We are a *GO* for this Monday’s DEC 2 event at Hobbs Tavern West Ossipee. Rep. Jerry Knirk will be offering a presentation on Healthcare lingo and what all the presidential candidates are talking about. DEC 2 at 6:30 — Hobbs. We’ll have a $15 meal deal and Hobbs has been so gracious in getting this all put together (choices include burger, salads with protein, soups, etc.). Please bring cash! For those who aren’t interested in eating — no worries. Just come and learn. Learn more about this Greater Ossipee DEMs event by reading out to Pat Pustell: patriciapustell@gmail.com
  2. Just prior to the DEC 2 Healthcare event, the Carroll County Exec. Comm. will have a meeting which will begin at 5:15 pm. There are a few agenda items that require some attention. All county DEMs are welcome to attend. We’ll be meeting upstairs at Hobbs.
  3.  Candidate Tulsi GabbardDEC 3 in Sandwich: This event has been cancelled due to snow ******Cancelled due to snow******  shelly@tulsi2020.com.  
  4. Candidate Tulsi GabbardDEC 4 in Intervale: This events has been cancelled due to snow *****Cancelled due to snow***** shelly@tulsi2020.com
  5. Candidate Marianne WilliamsonDEC 5 in Tamworth: Candidate Williamson is visiting Art in the Age Cafe, Tamworth, from 12:00 to 1:30 PM. Learn more by sending an email to: dawn@marianne2020.com
  6. Also on DEC 5 … The Tri Town DEMs (Sandwich, Moultonborough, & Tuftonboro) are hosting a great event to think about redistricting. The presenter for the evening in Rep. Jerry Knirk. It’ll begin at 6:30 pm at the Moultonborough Library. All are welcome!
  7. Candidate Michael Bennet in West Ossipee — DEC 9: Bennet will be upstairs at Hobbs Tavern on Monday, DEC 9 at 4:30 PM. Come and meet Senator Bennet until 5:30 pm. The Greater Ossipee DEMs are thankful to Hobbs for the use of the space. Afterwards, all who wish are invited to the bar downstairs following the event for a beer or to partake in the Hobbs Monday Night burger & beer $10 special. RSVP here: https://www.mobilize.us/michaelbennet/event/166479/
  8. DEC 10 — Conway DEMs / Valley DEMs are gathering at the Conway Library at 5:30 for a wonderful fellowship gathering and to meet campaign staffs. Come for a supper of delicious food prepared by area DEMs. Come hungry!
  9. The Moose Mountain Area DEMs are looking ahead to their next event in January. More to come.
  10. Want to find out what’s going on with the campaign of the candidate(s) you are leaning toward? Visit: https://www.nhdp.org/first-in-the-nation-events

Ten Things to Know … NOV 18

Ten Things To Know … November 18!

After a very fun and good experience all together at the Carroll County DEMs annual Cleveland Dinner, we are getting back to business. And what does that entail?? Who are we??

We DEMs are about learning. DEMs are about creating conditions for goodness so that every single one of our neighbors can live a life that is whole and healthy. DEMs are about fairness and about fixing problems. DEMs careabout the marginalized neighbor. 

Carroll County DEMs are pointing to some important areas of focus in the weeks to come. Regardless of where the events are in the county, regardless of which group is hosting — anyone in Carroll County who want to learn in invited to the events. Spread the word. Make the connections that your friends need you to make so that they can get involved where they are!

Check it out:

1. Tonight — NOV 18 —  The Wolfeboro DEMs are meeting at 7 PM in a side room by the tavern. Raetha Stoddard is the special guest. Raetha is a leading voice at Starting Point and she’ll be sharing what Starting Point is up to in the southern region of the county. All are welcome!

2. Tomorrow — NOV 19 — The Moose Mountain Area DEMs (Wakefield, Brookfield, Effingham, Ossipee) are connecting at the Poor Peoples Pub at 6 PM (Yes, it’s a non-standard TUES meeting). Among the things on the agenda is the group’s welcome of reps from the Biden and Buttigieg campaigns.

3. Thursday — NOV 21 (from 5:30 pm to 7 pm): The Iron Mountain DEMs and Rep. Anita Burroughs invite all who are interested to “New Hampshire’s Energy Future” which will be held at the Mt. Washington Discovery Center. 

4. On DEC 2 beginning at 5:15 PM — a periodic meeting of the Carroll County DEMs executive committee. All voting DEMs of Carroll County are welcome to attend. We’ll be thinking about four or five areas of focus for the months ahead. Please contact knute4nh@yahoo.com so that we can be ready to welcome those who plan to attend.

5. On DEC 2, the Greater Ossipee DEMs will gather at Hobbs at 6:30 PM for a Burger N Beer meeting (those who want to skip the burger n beer option are very, very welcome) with guest Rep. Jerry Knirk. The topic for the evening: The Healthcare plans being shared by presidential candidates and what they actually mean. All are welcome! Bring some cash for your burger meal deal.

6. On DEC 5th, the Tri-Town DEMs (Tuftonboro, Moultonborough, and Sandwich) will welcome Rep. Jerry Knirk to the Moultonborough Library. The meeting begins at 6:30 and Jerry will talk about “Redistricting & Gerrymandering: “What Every Voter Should Know.” 

7. The Valley DEMs/Conway DEMs is planning a date in the first half of December for a Gathering during which we’ll enjoy some soup, some bread, some holiday cheer (including Christmas Cookies), and some chatting with campaign workers from the presidential campaigns. More details to come. Enjoy time with these wonderful people who have come to Carroll County to help us learn about our next President of the United States!

8. Many thanks for Bill McKay, our county Treasurer, who has been unbelievable in his work to make sure that the Carroll County DEMs is on track with all the reports and such related to our finances. It is an important job, for sure!

9. We are in the midst of figuring out some updates regarding the way we communicate with each other. Be ready for some changes in the months to come.

10. And lastly, please visit: https://www.nhdp.org/first-in-the-nation-events to learn about where the candidates are going to be throughout the whole state of New Hampshire!


Ten Things About the Cleveland Dinner 2019

The much anticipated Cleveland Dinner 2019 took place on this most recent Thursday night (NOV 7) at the Red Jacket in North Conway. What a great night of connections, reconnections, laughter, and focus. There were nearly 200 people in attendance and it was fantastic. Here are 10 Things About the Cleveland Dinner which you might find to be interesting …

1. Our specials guests (Sen. Dan Feltes & Executive Councilor Andru Volinsky) shared thoughts and concerns that pushed them to step up and offer themselves as the DEM nominee for Governor in 2020. We must work hard to elect a DEM to the Governor’s Office. The present Governor, a Republican, has issued an historic number of vetoes — more than three times his predecessors!


2. The night’s special guests included our Executive Councilor Mike Cryans, each of our county’s 8 State Reps, and the town chairs of most of the towns of our county.

3. There were special scholarship contributions made by the campaigns of Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, Congressman Chris Pappas, Mr. Steve Marchand, and Sen. Bernie Sanders which meant that we were more able to include 12 high school students and a handful of friends for whom the ticket fee was overly challenging. What a wonderful expression of generosity and support from these campaigns.

4. We had representatives from nearly all of the presidential campaigns present with us in one form or another. 

5. We’re still doing the math, but it looks like over $12,000 was raised/given (or pledged over the next 12 months) in support of the Carroll County DEMs through our ticket sales, raffles, silent auction, & live auction! The money raised will help the Carroll County DEMs be ever more ready to support the work of Democrats during the 2020 election. The most important thing we do with our funds is support those running for State Rep and County Commissioner here in Carroll County.

6. George Cleveland was on hand playing the role of President Grover Cleveland. He offered a Call to Action for the sake of Democracy. Many thanks to him.

7. Many thanks to Rob Waterman Photography for snagging great pics of the night which have been shared to the Carroll County DEMs Facebook page. Please check them out — and give any pics you find particularly cool an official Facebook LIKE.


8. We had guests from 18 of the 19 towns of Carroll County! How cool is that!

9. There were dozens of businesses and individuals who made contributions of one kind or another to ensure a great night — decorations, prizes, volunteerism, and expertise. We are most certainly privileged to have such great people here in Carroll County!



10. A *BIG* thank you to Mary, Cheryl, Christine, and Helen! They worked hard over these last many weeks. Their commitment to the work of Carroll County DEMs is staggeringly impressive and vitally important.

It is a great time to be a Carroll County DEM!
Spread the word.
Invite your circle of friends, family, neighbors, & colleagues to participate.

It matters.

Carroll County DEMs, Chair


Ten Things To Know … Oct 17

What a storm last night! I hope these lines find you to be safe and well. Here are Ten Things To Know for October 17!

1. This afternoon at 2 pm, presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar is visiting Carroll County! She’ll be at the Met in North Conway at 2 pm

2. On Monday the 21st, the WOLFEBORO DEMs will be having their monthly meeting at Wolfeboro Tavern (every third MON of the month) at 7 pm. Their guest this month is Speaker of the NH House, Steve Shurtleff. All are welcome! Mr. Shurtleff will be giving a talk about the the last session and the impact of Governor Sununu’s vetoes.

3. On Wednesday the 23rd, presidential candidate Joe Sestak is visiting Carroll County! He’ll be at Poor People’s Pub in Wakefield 6 PM during the regularly scheduled meeting of the Moose Mountain Area DEMs.

4. The annual Cleveland Dinner will take place on November 7 at the Red Jacket. This is for anyone in Carroll County who is a part of the effort to shine a positive light on what the Democratic Party has been doing and will be doing in the future. It is really important for these annual event to take place and to gather everyone together. We are thrilled that the three candidates vying for the Democratic nomination for Governor will be with us. Dan Feltes, Steve Marchand, and Andru Volinksy. Please come! https://secure.actblue.com/donate/2019ccd

5. We are thankful for the donations for the raffle and auction items. And we’re happy to hear from you with some more! Do you have a favorite restaurant that you go to regularly? A shop nearby that might be pleased to support the work fo the Carroll County DEMs through their donation of an item of gift certificate? Please give a shout to the dinner’s planning chair maryanneorsino@gmail.com.

6. There is financial help available for people who want to come to the Cleveland Dinner but who might have a hard time coming up with $75. We are ready to figure it out. If you or someone you know could use some assistance, you can reach out to Knute confidentially — knute4nh@yahoo.com.

7. Tomorrow is the deadline for for high school students who wish to apply for one of the Usher positions at the Cleveland Dinner. Students who wish to participate share a short bio, answer one essay question, and submit the info to the county. There is no ticket charge for these students serving as Ushers! Who do you know who is in high school and who might enjoy participating? Spread the word! The application is here: https://www.ccnhdemocrats.org/usherapplication.

8. As always, we include the link to learn more about candidates visiting any part of New Hampshire! Check it out: Find The Candidates

9. Please share this email with people you know. The way we will be successful in the upcoming elections is through conversations with our friends and neighbors AND through the sharing of ideas and information. Any help you can offer would be great! 

10. There is a Democratic Town Chair in every single one of the towns of Carroll County. If you want to get involved, there’s a way to do that. Contact knute4nh@yahoo.com.

Thanks for your commitment! 


Usher Application

Here is the application for the Usher position for the Cleveland Dinner. In a simple email, any high school student in the county can send along the info asked to knute.

We’ve asked that these applications be emailed by the end of the day on October 18. For those who apply later than that, we’ll do what we can do. Ushers will be announced on OCT 25th. Thanks!




10 Things To Know, Oct 1

Fall is here! Leaf Peepers will be Peeping! We all know that peeping is something related to the eyes. But it’s also something that has to do with the ears!

I remember my first grade teacher telling us: “I don’t want to hear one peep from this classroom!” As for the Carroll County DEMs during this hunk of time — let’s do more than peep about justice and fairness and truth. Let us reach out and invite our friends, family, and neighbors to join the chorus of resisters, of truth tellers, of activists — all for the common good!

Here are “10 Things To Know … OCT 1” —

1. The Cleveland Dinner is November 7. It’s the annual gathering of Carroll County DEMs. I hope that you will purchase a ticket and meet the 3 gentlemen seeking the DEM nomination for Governor. Learn more about this year’s Cleveland Dinner by visiting: Cleveland Dinner

2. Scholarships: Another thing about the Cleveland Dinner … we are making room for high school students and making room for county friends for whom the $75 ticket price might be a bit too steep. If you are someone who might be willing to participate in helping to provide some financial support for these two groups need some assistance, contact knute4nh@yahoo.com. If you or someone you know needs a little help with the cost of a ticket, contact knute4nh@yahoo.com.


3. Kudos to the Tri Town DEMs (Moultonborough, Sandwich, and Tuftonboro) for their awesome event this past Sunday — the Garden Party. The leaders in these three towns work so well together! If you are from one of those three towns, reach out and learn how to be involved! Moultonborough Democrats

4. County Leader to Know: Erik Corbett!

Many thanks to Erik for his great work that he’s been doing in Carroll County throughout the years. He has been a faithful resource to leaders throughout the districts of Carroll County. He knows how things have worked, but he’s not at all stuck in how things have to be. Erik is eager to help the Carroll County DEMs move forward while, at the very same time, helping us remember how things have been. Erik’s been in healing mode in this last hunk of time and still is staying tuned in to communicating and sharing news. We’ll be cheering him on in the months to come as he and some others fine-tune how the county communicates what is going on. If you are someone who might want to participate in getting our communication ducks in a row, give a yell to knute and I’ll connect you.

5. Big shout out to people throughout the county who are writing letters to the newspapers to speak out and speak up. Today, we can celebrate Peg Merritt of Sandwich. Great letter in the Sun today, Peg! Whenever we write letters, I encourage you to be hopeful, check your facts, and do your best to come across as reasoned and clear — just like Peg Merritt!

6. Hey! Visit the Facebook page of the WOLFEBORO DEMS. Be sure to get to the Picnic on October 6th beginning at 1 PM. Learn more at the link above. A big Hooray goes out to the party leaders in Wolfeboro who are doing a great job staying connected and inviting folks to get involved!

7. The word on the street is that the Valley DEMs is having a meeting on OCT 16th. If you haven’t yet stepped up to get in solved in what’s going on with the Valley DEMs, you’re missing out. More important — you are NEEDED! The Valley DEMs in a collection of DEMs from all over the center portion of the county including the towns of Conway, Eaton, Chatham, Hales Location, and Albany. At their OCT meeting, there’ll be a presentation on how things work in Concord. Learn more: VALLEY DEMS ON FACEBOOK

8. Do you own a business or do you have a connection with a business which might be willing to help the Carroll County DEMs with a gift certificate or a service or a cool item which can be part of our Cleveland Dinner raffle or auction? You can be a big help by letting MaryAnne Carpenter Orsino of Bartlett know! CONTACT MARY ORSINO

9. DEMs living in Wakefield and Brookfield in the southern part of the county can connect with the Moose Mountain Area DEMs which has a monthly meeting at the Poor People’s Pub. Learn more at: MOOSE MOUNTAIN AREA DEMS ON FACEBOOK

10a. Find out about presidential candidates visiting any part of New Hampshire by clicking: FIND A CANDIDATE VISITING NH

10b. Please share this info with the DEMs of Carroll County. There are plenty of people who are living in our county’s 19 towns who might benefit from receiving the periodic emails from the Carroll County DEMs. Encourage your circle of friends to sign up by visiting: PERIODIC NEWS


Carroll County NH Dems!