Sherman & Pappas at Moody Mt. Farm

State Senator Dr. Tom Sherman for Governor with State Rep. Dr. Jerry Knirk
County Commissioner Candidates Adam Heard & Theresa Swanick, Congressman Chris Papas, State Rep Dr. Jerry Knirk, Dr. Bill Marsh for State Senate, Bobbi Boudman for State Rep.
Blair Moffet, Dr. Bill March for State Senate and Dr. Tom Sherman for Governor
Gary Chehames smiling for the camera; Chris Papas talking politics with Edie and Paul DesMarais
County Commissioner candidate Adam Heard listening to Carroll County concerns.
Dana Hilliard for Executive Council (in foreground talking with Bobbi Boudman). Huge thanks to Perrin & Julie Long for use of barn. And thanks to Pat Pustell for paying for the band to gather us all together.
Dr. Bill Marsh warning voters about the stakes in this election. Midterms Matter!
County Commissioner candidate Theresa Swanick urges concerned citizens to GOTV (Get Out The Vote)!

GOTV Rally Massively Successful

More than 100 people came out for the Carroll County NH Democrats Get Out the Vote rally in Albany, NH. on Thursday as Democrats keep the momentum going toward the November 8 election with all these fantastic candidates. Learn more about the candidates in your town here and please volunteer here to get all them elected. Finally, be sure to vote for every democrat on your ballot.

Ed Butler, Carroll County NH Democrats, welcomes the blossoming of a new era for Democrats
Dana Hilliard, for executive council, an important and very winnable spot. Vote for him.
Incumbent Dr. Jerry Knirk, a vote for him is a vote against extremists.
Dr. Bill Marsh for State Senate and for the end of GOP’s war on vaccines and women.
Steve Woodcock, Conway’s choice again and again.
GOP has learned not to mess with Anita Burroughs, state house incumbent.
Pat Pustell, Ossipee’s clean water volunteer and warrior for state house.
Max Gehring pumped up and running in Wakefield, Brookfield, Effingham, Freedom, and Eaton for state house.
Gabrielle Watson running from Tamworth for State House advocating for women’s rights.
Gogi Millner, a potter, wants to break the GOP hold on the state house.
David Paige, Conway state house candidate, on the move to victory.
Tom Buco, Conway state house incumbent, quiet but effective, year after year.
Take a brochure and read all about state house incumbent Chris McAleer.
Sandra Ringelstein long time Moultonborough resident running for state house.
Hands up if you want Bobbi Boudman be in the state house.
County commissioner candidates Adam Heard and Theresa Swanick bring accounting and legal expertise to this important office. Vote for both.
Knute Ogren for state house has a great singing voice and great platform too.
Lots of speeches, but the supporters love it

Momentum in Moultonborough

Democrats in Moultonborough, NH, kept the momentum going toward victory in November at a meet and greet for candidates: Dr. Bill Marsh for state senate; incumbent Dr. Jerry Knirk, Sandra Ringelstein, Peaco Todd and Gabrielle Watson for state house and Adam Heard for Carroll County Commissioner. See all the Moultonborough candidates here. And help get them elected here.

Dr. Bill Marsh for NH State Senate makes one more point: Let’s get rid of the extremists.
Sandra Ringelstein for NH State House Representative sent four children to Moultonborough, NH public schools.
Incumbent Jerry Knirk for NH State House: Remember vote Democrats up and down the ballot and tell your friends to do so also.
Gabrielle Watson for NH State House. Moultonborough voters get to vote for four state house reps. Let’s vote all four into office.
Peaco Todd for NH State House, a cartoonist, brings joy to Moultonborough and after November to Concord too.
Have you heard about Adam Heard for Carroll County County Commissioner? He will bring accounting, small business skills to the office.
Naomi Cohen-Shields of OrganizeNH talks of importance of Getting Out the Vote in Moultonborough.
Running for office can actually be enjoyable.
Great candidates listen to the voters.
And voters have great advice.
And voters have opinions to share.

Sun Shines on Sandwich Democrats

Close to 40 Democrats, Republicans and Independents came to Saturday’s local Democratic candidates’ Meet & Greet at the Foothills Cafe in Center Sandwich, NH. They got to join the conversations with candidates Kate Miller, state senate, Anita Burroughs and Chris McAleer, state house and Adam Heard and Theresa Sawnick, county commission. Learn more about them and all the Democrats on the Sandwich ballot here.

The sun shines favorably on Sandwich, NH Democrats
Kate Miller, if elected will be Sandwich’s NH state senate representative.
Chris McAleer, an incumbent, is on the ballot again for NH state house representative.
Anita Burroughs, another incumbent, is on Sandwich’s ballot for NH state house.
Adam Heard, who lives in Sandwich, and Theresa Swanick are running for county commission. Vote for both.
Vote for all five of these great candidates. From left, Anita Burroughs, Kate Miller, Chris McAleer, Theresas Swanick and Adam Heard.
Naomi Cohen-Shields of OrganizeNH is looking for volunteers to help Democrats win on Nov. 8. Please do volunteer.
The candidates signed up to win, and with your help and votes they will.

Tamworth Candidates in Spotlight

Dr. Jerry Knirk for state house representative was one the spotlighted candidates in Tamworth, NH

Interested in protecting New Hampshire public schools, women’s rights, children from gun violence and healthcare, then vote for all Democrats up and down the ballot.

Local candidates Dr. Bill Marsh for NH state senate, state house representatives Sandra Ringelstein, Jerry Knirk, Gabrielle Watson and Peaco Todd and county commissioner candidates Theresa Swanick and Adam Heard introduced themselves, explained their positions and took questions at the Farmstand B& B in Tamworth, NH.

State House Candidate Sandra Ringelstein sent four children to Moultonborough public schools.
Dr. Bill Marsh for state senate stood up to Republicans, then joined the Democrats.
Gabrielle Watson for state house got to speak to her Tamworth neighbors.
Theresa Swanick and Adam Heard for Carroll County Commissioners, vote for both.
Theresa Swanick is a former Effingham selectboard member. Now needs your vote for county commissioner.
Dr. Jerry Knirk is a state house incumbent, let’s vote him in again to advance public health issues.
Garbrielle Watson is a local Tamworth state house representative candidate.
Dr. Bill Marsh explains his position on the need for vaccines.
Adam Heard, Sandra Ringelstein and Theresa Swanick explain why a vote for them is a vote for good government in New Hampshire.
Dr. Jerry Knirk’s knack for engaging voters.


Greetin’ in Eaton

Several candidates were invited to Eaton to talk about issues of great interest to us all because of all that is at stake in this election. We all must pay attention; this election matters!

State Rep Dr. Jerry Knirk speaks with concerned citizens in Eaton.
Knute Ogren for NH State Rep warning voters about the Free State Project taking over the NH GOP.

Dems Fired up in Freedom

It was a bluebird day in Freedom on Sunday at the Meet the Candidates gathering. The message from the candidates was- It’s crucial that we all get out and VOTE BLUE up and down the ballot in 2022. Protect public education, women’s reproductive rights, end the extremists’ agenda in Concord and most of all …… preserve our democracy. Mayor Dana Hilliard for Executive Council, Dr. Bill Marsh for State Senate, Adam Heard & Theresa Swanick for two County Commissioner seats, Sandra Ringelstein and Dr. Jerry Knirk for State Reps in District. 8, Knute Ogren for and Max Gehring for State Reps in District. 4. Learn more about the candidates running in your town here and volunteer here to ensure they win in November. Let’s get out and VOTE BLUE in 2022! 

Freedom 8.28.22

Dana Hilliard in the lovely garden of Freedom’s Pam and Barry Keith!

Carroll County NH Dems