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    Granny D Walk Saturday Aug. 3

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    Saturday Walk Celebrates Granny D 's 3200-mile Mission for Campaign Finance Reform

    DUBLIN, NH--- On the 20th anniversary of Doris "Granny D" Haddock's walk across the United States, activists, walkers, politicians, elders, youth and friends of Doris will gather in Dublin and Peterborough this Saturday to celebrate in Granny D style:  They're going to walk six miles, carrying messages against Big Money politics and corruption. 


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  • 2019 Granny D Memorial Walk & Rally, Aug. 3

    It's the 20th anniversary of Granny D's walk across the United States!   Join us Saturday, Aug. 3 for the Granny D Memorial Walk from Granny's home in Dublin, NH and walk six miles to Peterborough, NH's Depot Square.  Can't do 6 miles?   Walk with us the last mile, or just join us for the lunch & rally.  

    Register by Aug 1 for free

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  • Open Democracy Calls for Equal Treament of All Political Groups

    In the wake of a complaint filed Monday by seven Republican members of the New Hampshire House of Representatives, Open Democracy Executive Director Olivia Zink urged state officials to “hold all political organizations to the same standard.”

    “Granite Staters are tired of having out-of-state organizations tell us how we should vote,” Zink said. “It’s even more offensive when the group sidesteps political disclosure laws by calling themselves a nonprofit organization.”

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  • Open Democracy Brings Constitutional Law Expert to Manchester

    This Thursday, June 21st, the author and legal scholar cited by the Supreme Court in 35 of its decisions will be the keynote speaker for Open Democracy’s Annual Meeting. Yale Law Professor Akhil Reed Amar’s remarks will include a discussion of Article 10 of the New Hampshire Constitution [“Right of Revolution”].

    The event runs from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm at the Executive Court Banquet Facility (1199 S. Mammoth Road; Manchester, NH 03109).

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  • Overwhelming Bipartisan Majorities Believe Big Money in NH Elections is A Problem; Majority Support Public Funding to Fix Campaign System

    CONCORD, NH — A survey of New Hampshire voters has found that large majorities in both parties believe big money is a problem in state elections, and support a current legislative proposal to fix it.

    In the survey just released by Public Policy Polling, eight in 10 voters -- including 79% of Democrats, 74% of Republicans and 85% of Independents -- said they believe big money is a problem in Granite State elections.

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