Posts filed under: Elections

Can you believe that the legislative year is over? What a year it has been! We thank you for your testimonies, for the numerous opinion letters written to local newspapers, and for signing up to support and oppose so many...
This February, we are celebrating leadership across our movement. We’re seeing mounting interest in running for local office and grassroots organizing in both states, and we are excited to keep growing the work of our Grassroots Leadership Academy to support, educate, and...
January is a special month at Rights & Democracy, one full of assessment and preparation. In each state, we’re at a moment of opportunity....
What a night for the Granite State! Yesterday's elections were electric - out of RAD's 23 endorsed candidates in municipal elections across the state, 17 won their races!...
Over the past month, hundreds of our members across New Hampshire were able to vote in our second round of member endorsements. We're thrilled to introduce you to more of our leading candidates across the state!...
We are all feeling deeply how much is at stake right now, and have been showing up in so many ways to shift the political landscape. So please: be gentle with yourself, and let’s take inspiration from all the powerful...
Over the past week, hundreds of our members across New Hampshire were able to vote in our first round of member endorsements for Manchester municipal candidates. We're thrilled to introduce you to more of our leading candidates in the Queen City!...
Rights & Democracy believes elections are both opportunities to elect strong champions that represent our movements but also impact the landscape of political landscape within which we seek to win change for our communities. We're pleased to announce our first slate of endorsed...
With New Hampshire's Town Meeting Day coming up on March 9th, we are excited to announce our full slate of 2021 RAD-endorsed candidates for local elected offices across the state!...
The voters spoke in record numbers. Prominent in that record turnout were working class folks, people of color and women....
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