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Dan Weeks Reports Record Small Donations and Total Fundraising for NH Executive Council

NASHUA, NH – Executive Council candidate and good-government reformer Dan Weeks (D-Nashua) announced Thursday that his campaign raised a record 1,035 individual donations totaling $154,173 from March to August, while rejecting corporate special interest support and voluntarily capping contributions far below the legal limit of $7,000.

According to the report – the first official filing of the 2016 election cycle – more than half of Weeks’ campaign contributions came in amounts of $50 or less and nearly 80% in amounts of $100 or less. Both the number of individual donations and total amount raised are records up to this point in a NH Executive Council campaign, according to past reports filed with the NH Secretary of State. The report followed an earlier voluntary filing at the end of June (the only such filing by an Executive Council candidate), in keeping with Weeks’ longstanding advocacy for transparent and accountable campaigns. Weeks’ opponent, incumbent Councilor David Wheeler, refused to follow suit.

Report Summary, March-August 2016 (campaign to-date)

Donation Size

Donations Count

Percent of Donations

$50 or less

577

55.7%

$100 or less

813

78.5%

$250 or less

911

88%

$500 or less

978

94.4%

Total Donations

1,035

100%

Total Amount

$154,173

100%

“When I announced my candidacy in March, I asked the voters of District 5 to join me in practicing a different kind of politics, free from the undue influence of big money contributors,” Weeks said. “I am honored that thousands of fellow citizens have stepped forward already – as small donors, ballot petition signers, or volunteers – to make this a people-powered campaign. I believe today’s official fundraising report, showing record individual donations and not a dime in corporate support, is evidence that voters value democracy and want candidates who practice it in their campaigns.”

Weeks, who stepped down in March as Executive Director of the nonpartisan government watchdog group Open Democracy, has long advocated for increased transparency and campaign finance reform. Among his reform proposals, reiterated in a letter to Secretary of State Bill Gardner in July, are capping contributions to state candidates at $1,000 for the primary and general elections by removing the political committee loophole (whereby candidates may accept up to $5,000 per contributor prior to filing their candidacy); prohibiting direct corporate contributions to campaigns; requiring all state candidates with receipts over $500 to file their fundraising reports online on a minimum quarterly basis; and enacting citizen-funded elections via voucher or matching funds for qualifying candidates who voluntarily accept only small donations. Weeks has sought to voluntarily model these reforms in his campaign.

“Strengthening democracy and stopping big money politics has been the central focus of my professional life since attending ConVal high school here in District 5 and meeting Granny D,” Weeks said. “Although more work needs to be done at the legislative level to increase disclosure and implement citizen-funded elections, I believe that candidates can and must ‘walk the talk’ by voluntarily capping and disclosing their donations, and saying no to corporate support. That’s what I have done, and will continue to do, throughout my campaign. I urge my opponent to do the same.”

Add ‘Insurance’ To Tour College To-Do List: A Message From The NH Dept Of Insurance

CONCORD, NH — Many New Hampshire families have students going to college this month. With the necessities of college life — clothing, electronic equipment, more clothing, more electronic equipment — trying to remember everything is always a challenge. But in the rush to pack, don’t forget to add “insurance” to the list of necessary items.

“We recommend that when college students and their families prepare for the beginning of the school year, they discuss the insurance options available to them,” said New Hampshire Insurance Commissioner Roger Sevigny. “Students who have insurance coverage are protected financially from unexpected events that may occur during the school year, like car accidents or health conditions.”

The New Hampshire Insurance Department offers the following insurance tips for both parents and college students:

Auto Insurance

If your student is taking a vehicle to school, check with your local agent about the vehicle’s insurance policy. And ask about the rates for the city your student will be living in — that may help you decide whether to keep their car on the family’s auto policy.

Many auto insurance policies offer a “good student” discount. Make sure your insurance company is notified each semester if your student maintains good grades. Getting a good-student discount on the vehicle’s premium saves money.

Make it easier to report an accident: Install the National Association of Insurance Commissioners’ free WreckCheck mobile smartphone application — it gives students and parents an outline of what to do immediately following any vehicle accident. You can get it online.

Renters Insurance

A landlord’s insurance policy doesn’t cover a renter’s personal belongings. Be sure to take photos or video of the possessions, and store an inventory list in a secure location.

An easy-to-use home inventory checklist is available online through the National Association of Insurance Commissioners (NAIC). Smartphone users can complete an electronic property inventory by using the NAIC’s free myHOMEScr.APP.book app, also available online.

Finally, ask if your homeowners insurance policy will cover the belongings in the student’s car or rental trailer on the way to campus.

Identity Theft

Know the limits of identity theft insurance: It can’t protect parents or students from becoming victims of identity theft, and it doesn’t cover direct financial losses. However, it does provide coverage for the cost of reclaiming a person’s financial identity — making phone calls, making copies, mailing documents, taking time off from work without pay, and hiring an attorney.

The primary policyholder of your homeowners policy should check first to see if the policy includes identity theft insurance while the student is away from the family home. If a student is renting an apartment, ask your agent if the renters insurance covers identity theft or if that could be added to the policy.

Health Insurance

Nearly all young adults up to age 26 can now stay on their parents’ health insurance plans because of federal health laws. At school, students should have copies of their insurance cards and know how/where to seek medical treatment.

If the student is insured through a network of medical providers, check to see if he/she will be in or out of the network service area while at school. That will make a difference in how much you or your student will have to pay for out-of-pocket charges.

Dental and Eye Care

Routine dental care and eye care generally are not included as part of a health insurance plan. Also, most health insurance plans do not cover expenses related to periodic eye examinations, glasses or contact lenses, but most will cover medical care as a result of an eye disease or injury.

We’ve Got You Covered

Preparing to go to college can be stressful for both students and parents. However, knowing that the student and his/her belongings have proper insurance coverage relieves some of that stress. Contact the Insurance Department with any questions or concerns you may have regarding your insurance coverage at 1-800-852-3416 or by email at consumerservices@ins.nh.gov.


About the New Hampshire Insurance Department

The New Hampshire Insurance Department’s mission is to promote and protect the public good by ensuring the existence of a safe and competitive insurance marketplace through the development and enforcement of the insurance laws of the State of New Hampshire. For more information, visit www.nh.gov/insurance.

Join The Fun At The Merrimack County Democrats’ Harvest Supper

 

Democrats Logo WHITE JPGThe party’s top New Hampshire elected officials and candidates will highlight the Merrimack County Democrats’ traditional post-primary unity celebration as they look toward the Nov. 8 general election.

The party’s annual Harvest Supper will be held on Saturday, Sept. 17, at the Carter Hill Orchard in Concord, between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m.

“We plan a family friendly afternoon celebrating our office-holders and candidates in the Sept. 13 primary,” said Jon Bresler, county party chairperson. “Our state party chairman, Ray Buckley, will be the master of ceremonies.”

Among those invited to speak are U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, Gov. Maggie Hassan, U.S. Rep. Annie Kuster; and State Sens. Andrew Hosmer and Dan Feltes. Among gubernatorial candidates invited to take part are Executive Councilor Colin Van Ostern, Mark Connolly and Steve Marchand.

Others invited to take part in the celebration are Executive Councilor Christopher Pappas; House Majority Leader Steve Shurtleff; and candidates for Executive Council, State Senate, House of Representatives and County and local offices.

Meanwhile the party’s Coordinated Campaign plans to announce an appearance by a surrogate for Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign.

The menu, by chef supreme Jennifer Buck, includes smoked turkey, pulled pork, desserts and a vegetarian table for a suggested donation of $30. The donation is $25 for those who bring a side dish or dessert to share; children under age 12 free. Sponsorships include $100 Red, $250 White and $500 Blue.

“In addition to the usual political fare of speeches by public office holders and seekers, there will be food, BYOB, face painting, wagon rides, raffles, apple picking, cider and music,” Bresler said.

The event coincides with the New Hampshire Audubon Society’s Fall Hawk count from the raptor observatory at Carter Hill Orchard, 73 Carter Hill Road.

You can contribute online. Order tickets at: https://secure.actblue.com/contribute/page/bluemerrimack

OR Mail checks to: Merrimack County Democrats, P.O. Box 1741, Concord, NH 03302

Professional Fire Fighters of New Hampshire Back Dan Feltes For Re-Election

pffnh logoCONCORD – Today, the Professional Fire Fighters of New Hampshire endorsed Dan Feltes for re-election to the State Senate in District 15, representing the capital city of Concord, and towns of Hopkinton, Henniker, and Warner. The Professional Fire Fighters of New Hampshire represent over 2,000 active and retired fire fighters and paramedics from 43 locals across the state.

“There is a reason no Democrat or Republican signed up to run against Dan: Dan is a fighter, he gets things done, and he gets up each day to stand up for everyday people. The Senate needs leaders who will stand up for middle class families, and Dan is that candidate,” stated Tony Manning, President of Concord Officers Local #3195.

“Dan understands what it takes for working families across this state to thrive, and has been a strong supporter of public safety for all Granite Staters. He will continue to serve us well in the New Hampshire Senate,” stated Jim Duckworth, President of Concord Local #1045.

“I’m honored to gain the support of the Professional Fire Fighters of New Hampshire. We share the value that in order to move New Hampshire forward, we cannot afford to leave anyone behind. I will always fight to put working families first and be a dedicated voice for strong public safety,” said Dan Feltes.

Executive Councilor Pappas Slams Chris Sununu For Supporting Anti-LGBT Discrimination

Concord, N.H. – Chris Sununu’s terrible week just got worse. 

Days after botching his ad rollout, Sununu faced criticism from fellow Executive Councilor Chris Pappas because of his support for discriminatory anti-LGBT legislation.

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Openly gay New Hampshire Executive Councilor Chris Pappas slammed gubernatorial candidate and fellow Councilor Chris Sununu after the latter expressed openness to supporting an anti-LGBT law similar to the one passed by Indiana governor turned vice presidential candidate Mike Pence.

“Look, private businesses have the right to refuse service to anyone they want,” said Sununu, in an interview with the Union-Leader.

In response, Pappas criticized Sununu and told Victory Fund: “It’s outrageous that Chris Sununu is open to allowing New Hampshire businesses to refuse service to LGBT residents.  As the fourth generation owner of a family restaurant business, we open our doors to all and treat every guest with dignity and respect.  The law should not permit any less.  As an elected official, I am sure I would have many allies fighting such legislation because it runs contrary to who we are as Granite Staters.”

Sununu is considered by many to be the favorite to win the Republican gubernatorial nomination in New Hampshire this November. His anti-LGBT position is held by other nominees for the seat, including Republican State Senator Jeanie Forrester.

EMILY’s List Endorses Executive Council District 3 Candidate Beth Roth

Salem – EMILY’s List, the nation’s largest resource for women in politics, has endorsed Executive Council District 3 candidate Beth Roth. Beth is the only Executive Council candidate to receive an EMILY’s List endorsement.

“EMILY’s List is thrilled to endorse Beth Roth’s campaign for New Hampshire Executive Council because we know Beth will be a strong voice for New Hampshire women and families,” said EMILY’s List Vice President of Campaigns Lucinda Guinn. “As a community leader, an advocate, a mother and grandmother, we know Beth shares the values of Granite State families. She will fight to ensure full funding for Planned Parenthood and other reproductive health services, and will always put the people of New Hampshire ahead of partisan politics.” 

“I’m incredibly honored to have the support of EMILY’s List,” said Roth. “This endorsement highlights their confidence in my campaign and my ability to win this fall. EMILY’s List and I know that we cannot afford to put political ideology before the health and wellbeing of Granite Staters. With my career experience as a nurse, mental health counselor and attorney, I will always stand up for New Hampshire women and families, small businesses, and our community values as I serve on the Executive Council.”

 

EMILY’s List is a national organization that works to elect pro-choice Democratic women to office. Since their founding in 1985, they have helped elect hundreds of women to federal, state, and local offices across the country.

GOP Candidates For NH’s First District Remain Silent After Trump’s Shocking Attack On Khan’s

Guinta and Ashooh silent on Military Gold Star Mothers, proving their political ambitions trump compassion

Rochester, NH— Both Frank Guinta and Rich Ashooh have remained silent about Donald Trump’s cruel comments attacking Gold Star mother Ghazala Khan. Ms. Khan stood by her husband Khizr Khan at the Democratic convention when he talked about their son, Humayun, who sacrificed his life to save others during an attack in Iraq. On Saturday, Trump declared, “Look at his wife, she was standing there. She has nothing to say. She probably, maybe she wasn’t allowed to have anything to say.” Trump added that he sacrificed also.

Various veterans groups, including the Veterans of Foreign Wars, have spoken out against Trump’s comments. The organization VoteVets released a letter signed by the families of twenty-three fallen service members who said:

“We are all Gold Star Families, who have lost those we love the most in war. Ours is a sacrifice you will never know. Ours is a sacrifice we would never want you to know.

Your recent comments regarding the Khan family were repugnant, and personally offensive to us. When you question a mother’s pain, by implying that her religion, not her grief, kept her from addressing an arena of people, you are attacking us.”

In response to Ashooh’s and Guinta’s silence, Carol Shea-Porter released the following statement. 

“My husband grew up on military bases, and served himself. He and I saw many people carrying the wounds of war when he was in the Army. I am stunned that Mr. Guinta and Mr. Ashooh won’t defend Gold Star families and the military.”

Grants to Help Spur Economic and Community Development in the North Country

Senator Shaheen, Governor Hassan Announce Twelve New Hampshire Projects to Receive Northern Border Regional Commission Grants 

(Concord, NH) – U.S. Senator Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH) and Governor Maggie Hassan today announced that twelve New Hampshire projects will receive grant funding from the Northern Border Regional Commission (NBRC) to help spur economic and community development in the North Country as part of the 2016 NBRC Economic & Infrastructure Development Investment Awards.

Totaling $1,550,000, the twelve grants will be awarded to the New Hampshire Department of Resources & Economic Development, Town of Northumberland, Town of Littleton, Grafton Regional Development Corporation, New England Ski Museum, Town of Ashland Water & Sewer Department, River Valley Community College, City of Berlin, University of New Hampshire, Soldier On, Tri-County CAP for Friendship House and Friends of Wentworth Park. Additionally, Eastern Slope Airport in Fryeburg, Maine will receive $250,000. 

“Today’s announcement is great news for jobs and the economy in northern New Hampshire,” said Senator Shaheen. “Each of these projects will help revitalize the North County economy by addressing important infrastructure needs and supporting small business growth. I’m glad to see the NBRC prioritizing development in North Country communities and businesses, building on the region’s strengths and expanding opportunity in the Granite State.”

“The Northern Border Regional Commission grants provide an important boost to economic and community development in the North Country, and today’s announcement is exciting news that will help support the success of people and businesses across the region,” Governor Hassan said. “Each of these projects will promote job creation and economic development by addressing critical priorities, including increasing access to substance misuse services, updating our long-term economic development strategy for New Hampshire, combating veterans homelessness, strengthening our infrastructure and supporting our travel and tourism industry. I thank our partners across the region and in the federal government for their collaboration, and I look forward to continue working together to keep New Hampshire’s economy moving in the right direction.”

“The people and communities of the North Country face unique challenges and obstacles, especially when it comes to economic development, but partnerships like the Northern Border Regional Commission invest in projects that help to create jobs, reduce poverty, and ensure that the resilient people of the North Country get a fair shot,” state Senator Jeff Woodburn said. “We need to make smart investments in order to expand opportunity for all, support businesses throughout our state, and lay the foundation for a new generation of economic growth. The announcement of more than $1.5 million into the North Country’s economy is a great shot in the arm and I thank Governor Hassan, our Department of Resources and Economic Development, Senator Shaheen and our Congressional delegation for helping to secure this vital funding.” 

Outline of NBRC Grants:

The New Hampshire Department of Resources & Economic Development will receive $42,000 that will support the creation of a five-year economic development strategy for New Hampshire that will align economic development resources across agencies and organizations to address the State’s most pressing economic development needs.

The Town of Northumberland will receive $200,000 for the repurposing of the former Groveton Mill site as an industrial park with room for approximately nine buildings (two of which currently exist). The grant will provide funding to construct critical water and sewer infrastructure at the mill site. 

The Town of Littleton will receive $110,000 to construct one mile of multi-modal trail connecting an existing regional system within the River District Revitalization project.

The Grafton Regional Development Corporation will receive $50,000 for improvements at the Enterprise Center in Plymouth, including the completion of an office suite which will assist the Center to incubate and build more startup businesses. 

The New England Ski Museum will receive $100,000 for the renovation the former North Conway Community Center into a branch of the New England Ski Museum. Interior renovations and installation of exhibits will result in new visitation estimated at 38,000 visitors per year, enhanced cultural offerings in North Conway and improvement of the non-profit museum.

The Town of Ashland Water & Sewer Department will receive $250,000 to help fund a new septage receiving station that will increase septage intake into the existing wastewater plant by 30%. This will enable the town to generate additional revenue, which in turn will be used to improve water and sewer infrastructure to revitalize Ashland’s struggling mill area.

 River Valley Community College will receive $50,000 to for renovations to the Lebanon Academic Center in downtown Lebanon.

The City of Berlin will receive $250,000 for the construction of the first phase of a multi-use trail and river walk adjacent to the Androscoggin River. The project will provide improved access for a variety of recreational uses that will serve to create more tourism opportunities in Berlin as the community works to provide more destination activities to spur economic development.

The University of New Hampshire will receive $145,000 to continue the efforts of the NH Broadband Mapping &Planning Program to accommodate mapping and analysis in northern New Hampshire, collect local data, extend speed test promotional efforts, and deliver three technical assistance workshops.

Solider On will receive $250,000 to assist in the creation of a 52 units of affordable, service enriched, permanent housing for veterans.

The Tri-County CAP for Friendship House will receive $60,500 to expand the Friendship House, a residential program that services low-income individuals recovering from substance use disorders. Friendship House will help transition individuals into self-sufficiency.

Friends of Wentworth Park will receive $42,500 for the relocation and completion of a newly restored historic wooden covered bridge over the Baker River Falls. The bridge will restore multimodal forms of transportation (pedestrian, OHRV, bicycle) which will be assist the community’s tourism activities.

The Eastern Slope Airport in Fryeburg, Maine, will receive $250,000 for the construction of a new aircraft hangar to attract new seasonal visitors and outside investors. Although in Maine, New Hampshire’s State partners were impressed by the project’s heavy economic impact on the Mt. Washington Valley region of New Hampshire. This is a multi-state application in which the Eastern Slope Airport also applied for $250,000 in NBRC funds from Maine’s allotment. The applicant may receive up to a total of $500,000 from the NBRC.

Dan Weeks lauds Durham solar array and urges Executive Council to support clean energy economy

Dan Weeks Durham SolarDURHAM, NH – Executive Council candidate and government reformer Dan Weeks attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the $2.1 million, 651-kilowatt Oyster River Forest Solar Array, the second-largest solar project in New Hampshire. Weeks praised the project developers, ReVision Energy, IGS Solar, and the Town of Durham, and urged his opponent to allow New Hampshire municipalities to follow Durham’s lead in building the state’s clean energy economy.

Weeks is challenging District 5 incumbent Councilor David Wheeler, who opposed the Durham array and has consistently voted to block municipal solar systems as recommended to the Executive Council by the Public Utilities Commission. Funding for such projects is provided, in part, by the NH Renewable Energy Fund, which receives payments from private utilities for non-compliance with the state’s clean energy requirements. No tax funds are included in the fund.

“New Hampshire is on the verge of a new clean energy economy, with the potential to generate thousands more middle-class jobs and put our environment on a more sustainable course for future generations,” Weeks said. “It is time for Executive Councilors to stop their senseless denial of climate science and allow the New Hampshire Renewable Energy Fund to do its job.”

The Oyster River Solar Array was made possible through a $500,000 grant from the Renewable Energy Fund after Republican Councilor Joe Kenney switched sides and joined the two Democratic Councilors in approving the project last June. Councilor David Wheeler, who is backed by the Koch-funded Americans for Prosperity which rejects climate science, was one of two Republicans who voted to block the project. Republican Councilors have succeeded in blocking similar municipal clean energy projects in the past.

According to project developer Revision Energy, the Durham solar field will generate over 850,000 kilowatt hours of electricity per year for an annual CO2 reduction of nearly 1.5 million pounds. With an estimated payback period of 5-10 years and minimal maintenance, the system is expected to generate free energy and considerable cost savings for the town of Durham for the next 30-50 years.

New Hampshire currently ranks near the bottom of northeastern states in adoption of renewable energy and second highest in per-capita carbon consumption, despite the fact that the state’s nascent renewable energy sector has already seen over 70 startup companies and thousands of jobs created to meet the burgeoning demand from residential and business consumers. Weeks and his family generate the bulk of their energy from a 17-panel rooftop solar array.

“As New Hampshire’s highest elected body charged with approving state spending and appointments, it is the Executive Council’s job to make smart investments for the good of future generations,” Weeks concluded. “I respectfully urge my opponent to rethink his ideological opposition to renewables and support the clean energy economy for the good of our citizens and the natural environment.”

Labor Reacts to Selection of Tim Kaine

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AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka

“The AFL-CIO supports Hillary Clinton’s selection of Tim Kaine as her running mate. Tim Kaine is the son of an ironworker and a teacher, and is grounded in the values of working people.

“He has a strong record on workers’ issues, ranging from raising the minimum wage to securing equal pay for equal work.  He has always been a strong leader and will be an asset to the ticket. He is moral and honest and true to the values he espouses. Clinton – Kaine is a winner for America.”


Mary Kay Henry by The Leadership Conference via Flickr Creative Commons

Mary Kay Henry photo by The Leadership Conference via Flickr Creative Commons

SEIU International President Mary Kay Henry:

“For working families, the 2016 election is the most consequential of our lifetimes. The stakes couldn’t be higher – nor the contrast starker – on all of the issues our families need to get ahead. In choosing Tim Kaine, Hillary Clinton has tapped as her running mate the right partner to move our country forward and build a better future for all families by rebalancing our economy and democracy to work for everyone, not just greedy corporations and wealthy special interests.

“Tim Kaine is an experienced leader with a proven track record on issues from raising wages to immigration reform and racial justice. He has voted and fought for higher wages, and ensured home care workers had the ability to stand together in a union. His Senate record shows that working families have been his priority as he has worked to expand child care, protect voting rights, address mass incarceration, preserve the Affordable Care Act, and promote opportunities for women and immigrants. He was the first person ever to deliver a speech on the Senate floor entirely in Spanish, and it was to demand action on commonsense immigration reform with a path to citizenship.

“Above all, we know what is in Tim Kaine’s heart. He is someone who is the son of an ironworker and a teacher, who served as a Catholic missionary, whose first case out of law school was representing at no cost a Black woman who had been the victim of housing discrimination. Tim Kaine’s convictions are rooted in justice for all.

“Together, Clinton and Kaine will stand with working families who have come together in the broadest modern grassroots movement to raise wages and protect opportunities for people to join together in 21st-century unions; increase access to affordable care for our children and aging parents; and advance racial, immigrant and environmental justice for all communities across our country.  SEIU members will continue to come out in record numbers across the country to elect Clinton and Kaine as the next president and vice president of the United States.”


Randi Weingarten

Randi Weingarten

American Federation of Teachers President Randi Weingarten:

“The choice of Tim Kaine, the son of a welder who has lived middle-class values and has a long track record of progressive accomplishments, reiterates Hillary Clinton’s commitment to building a government that will level the playing field for working families. While the GOP ticket masks irrational ideas behind a morally bankrupt message of fear, bigotry and hatred, a Clinton-Kaine ticket will be focused on helping people see higher wages, lower student debt, good jobs, successful public schools, and safety and security here and abroad.

“The contrasts between a Clinton-Kaine ticket and a Trump-Pence ticket couldn’t be more stark. Donald Trump, the narcissist, believes that he alone can fix our nation’s problems and peddles fear in a campaign devoid of facts, plans or humanity. Clinton and Kaine choose to confront fear and solve problems, and they will use their vast experience to help ensure the American dream is within reach for everyone.

“Strong public education runs deep in the Kaine household. In the U.S. Senate, he took the lead on supporting career and technical education programs in the new federal education law, and he has fought for funding to modernize public school buildings. And as Virginia’s governor, he expanded pre-K programs by 40 percent. His wife, Anne Holton, has been dedicated to fighting for great public schools for decades—she helped integrate Richmond, Va., public schools as a child and today is Virginia’s secretary of education.

“Our nation and the world can feel confident that the Clinton-Kaine ticket will be a great leadership team that will work to break down walls, disarm hate, and make educational and economic opportunity a reality.”

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