Calendar of Events
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- Quote of the day: Someone else
- Pope Francis and Bill O'Brien: Compare and contrast
- Quote of the day: Brownshirts
- Jennifer Horn declares we're in a recession
- Democrats' '2013 drop-off problem' manifest in N.H. House special elections
- Union Leader on Stilettogate: 'Disappointing that so many Republicans chose to play the victim card'
- Rep. Vaillancourt on Stilettogate: 'Much ado about nothing ... unless you specialize in feigned outrage'
- ThinkProgress: 'Ex-Senator who accused teachers of spreading homosexuality wants his old job back'
- Scott Brown: Most N.H. doctors offer 'inferior care'
- Quote of the day: A craven free media seeker
- A send-off to remember for Congress
- Taking action for Obamacare
- #44 is 52
- Setting the facts straight on Obamacare
- Training at Camp OFA
- The latest advance for gun violence prevention: Todd Jones’s confirmation as ATF Director
- 40 ways Obamacare is working
- Todd Jones: A solid choice for ATF director
- Watch: President Obama at the Action August summit
- A climate change house party gets a surprise visitor
The Affordable Care Act
Brookline, Hollis and Mason Democrats are hosting an information session about the Affordable Care Act on Tuesday, June 18, 7 pm at the Firestation Meeting Room.
Deborah Fournier, a representative from the NH Fiscal Policy Institute, will share factual information on the implementation and answer questions on healthcare and Medicaid expansion.
Please contact Keith at BrooklineDemocrats@gmail.com for more information.
There has been a lot of misleading information circulated out there, some of it presented right here in Brookline. Misleading information is being used in the Massachusetts Senatorial race and attacks on Senator Jeanne Shaheen have used grossly inaccurate information in the first negative ads of the 2014 NH Senate race.
We cannot allow Republicans to repeat their success of 2010 with lies and fear around the Affordable Care Act.
Join us on Tuesday, bring friends and neighbors!
Please join us on Friday, April 5th at 6:30 PM at the Brookline Community Church for our second annual Pasta Dinner.
We have a great evening planned!
We will be serving pasta, homemade sauces, bread, salad, soft drinks, coffee and desserts.
Tickets are $13 per person, $25 for a family, tickets available at the door.
We hope to see you there!
To reserve tickets, email us at BrooklineDemocrats@gmail.com.
Will take place as follows:
Date: Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Place: Brookline Fire Station
3 Bond St
All registered Democrats in Brookline are eligible to vote in the caucus elections for town Democratic committee officers and for Brookline’s delegates to the 2013 Midterm and 2014 State Convention and to the county Democratic committee. We encourage you to attend the caucus. For more information, call Keith Thompson, 603-769-0732.
Join us for our monthly meeting Thursday, October 11 at 7 pm.
Brusch Hall (lower level), 36 Main St, Brookline.
Brookline Democrats Agenda 10/11/12Upcoming events-Debate party at Brian & Brendan’s after meeting-Kuster on 10/12-Ongoing, Barn raising for historical society every Saturday 9-12-Debate Party on 10/16 at Rob & Margaret’s-House Party at Lynne Abt’s, Milford St on 10/18 (conflict with BNW)-House Party at Joanne Casey’s, Laurel Crest, on 10/19-Rotary Forum on 10/21 at H/B High School-Presidential debate party on 10/22 at Raquelt & Byrony’s, Hollis Lane-Brookline seniors event at town hall-House party at Robin’s, on 10/25, 38 Mountain Rd-Candidates forum on 10/26 at Fire Station-Ghost Train Rail Race on Saturday & Sunday, 10/27 & 10/28-Lion’s Club Penny Sale on 11/03 at RMMS, 6 pm-Election day, 11/06-Andres Institute Iron Melt, 11/??Canvassing and Phone BankingWednesday, 3-6; Saturday and Sunday 12-3 canvassingTuesday and Thursday 5-8 at OFA office in Milford, phone bankAt least one full day of canvassing each in Brookline and MasonOne day of phone banking in Brookline for both townsCommunity events (see above)Visibility before election day- at the transfer station, and…???Coverage for election day Brookline and Mason PollsLetters to the editorNext meeting- Thursday, November 8th?
Save the Date!
Second Congressional District Candidate
Ann McLane Kuster
Brookline Democrats For a Town Hall Event
Friday, October 12 6:30-8:30 pm
Brookline Fire Station Meeting Room
4 Bond St, Brookline, NH
Peggy Gilmour, State Senate
Debora Pignatelli, Executive Council
Patricia LaFrance, Hillsborough County Attorney
Bill Barry, Hillsborough County Sheriff
Melanie Levesque and Brian Rater, State Representative
This is the most important election of our lifetime!
Be informed! Get involved! Bring a friend!
Event is free, and open to the public.
We will be accepting donations for the Brookline Food Pantry
For more information or to volunteer, contact-
Facebook- Brookline Democrats
Please join us for our monthly meeting.
Thursday, August 9
Brusch Hall, 36 Main St, Brookline, NH 03033
On the day of our meeting, there will be less than 90 days left before the general election!
Would be a good time to develop a sense of urgency!
If you share our concern for our town, our state, our country.
If you are hopeful, and want to build the world you want to live in.
If you want to wake up on November 7th, and know that you did all you could to contribute to our success.
Please join us, bring your passion, your concern, your enthusiasm.
AND BRING A FRIEND!
Rep. Steve Vaillancourt (R-Manchester) calls out Speaker Bill O’Brien’s selective enforcement of House rules, but turns NH House into a circus (again) by going too far.
Not shown on the video: The Speaker appointed an “apology committee” to convince Rep. Vaillancourt to apologize and to decide if the apology was acceptable.