Remember to Get Out and Exercise Your Right to Vote
Every two years, voters here in the Granite State are faced with the essential responsibility of selecting the people who will run our government at the county, state and federal level. On Tuesday, we take the first step in this direction when the state holds primary elections to narrow down the field of candidates. If you’re an undeclared voter (not registered as a Democrat or a Republican), you’ll need to declare a party at your polling place in order to vote. Workers at the polls will be able to help you with the process, including switching back to undeclared if you want.
The SEA/SEIU Local 1984 has endorsed candidates in many of these primary elections, backing those candidates who have a track record of fighting for working families like ours. You can find a full list of endorsed candidates here. If you’d like to see what your primary ballot will look like, you can find it by visiting http://sos.nh.gov/ and scrolling down to the “Election Information” heading.
Remember, voting is your best opportunity to effect real change in your representative government. Don’t waste that opportunity.