In an emotional visit, Senator Jeanne Shaheen visited the late Amer Fakhoury’s family at their recently reopened restaurant, Little Lebanon to Go, in Dover.
Former State Senator Bette Lasky highlighted how Senator Jeanne Shaheen has made a difference for Nashua in today’s Nashua Telegraph, delivering millions of federal dollars to expand affordable housing and local infrastructure, and helping to combat veterans’ homelessness.
The New Hampshire Police Association, representing more than 2,000 police officers from the New Hampshire State Police, local and municipal officers, and corrections officers, endorsed Senator Jeanne Shaheen, highlighting her lifelong support for state and local police departments and her advocacy for mental health services and suicide awareness for law enforcement.
Senator Jeanne Shaheen joined local Democrats in Nashua, including Mayor Jim Donchess, State Senators Melanie Levesque and Cindy Rosenwald, Executive Councilor Debora Pignatelli, and State House candidates to urge Granite Staters to get out and vote for Democrats up and down the ballot.
The Shaheen campaign contrasts Republican U.S. Senate candidate Corky Messner’s suggestion that pre-existing conditions do not exist with Jeanne Shaheen’s leadership protecting health care for Granite Staters.
Berlin Mayor Paul Grenier shared how Senator Jeanne Shaheen has made a difference for his city and the North Country by strengthening infrastructure and broadband, delivering opioid response funding, and creating new jobs, in the Berlin Daily Sun.