Warmington picks up 200+ endorsements following state convention speech

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CONCORD, NH – Executive Councilor and Democratic candidate for governor Cinde Warmington picked up 200 additional endorsements following an appearance Saturday at the New Hampshire Democratic Party’s annual state convention, her campaign announced Monday.

“We’re building a coalition that can win with our Democratic values next November and I am proud to have so many supporters on our team,” said Warmington. “For the past four months, I have been traveling to all ten counties across New Hampshire and talking to voters about the issues that matter most to them. I will be a governor who listens and delivers results for hardworking Granite State families so that everyone has the opportunity to thrive.”

“Cinde has the resolve we, as Democrats, need to take back the corner office next year. She knows what it will take to lead, because she has been leading from a 4-1 minority on the Executive Council for the past two terms,” said House Senior Democratic Advisor, State Representative Sharon Nordgren. “No matter the issue, Cinde Warmington is prepared to tackle it. It is clear that she is Democrats’ best chance to win next year and I am proud to support her.”

“The choice before New Hampshire primary voters next September to decide who will be our Democratic nominee for governor is the most consequential one we’ve had to make in a decade,” Ranking Democrat on House Finance Committee, State Representative Mary Jane Wallner said. “It is critical that we pick our strongest candidate to face whichever far-right Republican nominee comes out of the GOP primary, so that real progress can be made on everything from affordable housing to public education – and so that dangerous policies like New Hampshire’s abortion ban can be repealed. That person is Cinde Warmington.”

“At the New Hampshire Democratic Party’s state convention in Bedford this past Saturday, both candidates for governor spoke about their vision for a brighter future. I have decided to support two-term Executive Councillor Cinde Warmington,” said Ambassador George Bruno, Manchester resident and former Chair of the New Hampshire Democratic Party. “We need a governor who knows how to fight back against radical policies and also how to cut through the noise and get stuff done for New Hampshire. That person is Cinde Warmington.”

Among Warmington’s newest endorsements:

  • Senior Democratic Advisor, State Representative Sharon Nordgren of Hanover
  • Senior Democratic Advisor, State Representative Mary Jane Wallner of Concord
  • Fmr. State Senate President Sylvia Larsen of Concord
  • Fmr. State Senator Martha Hennessey of Hanover
  • Fmr. NH Democratic Party Chair & Ambassador George Bruno of Manchester
  • Assistant Democratic Leader Joe Schapiro of Keene
  • State Representative Peter Bixby of Dover
  • State Representative Sherry Dutzy of Nashua
  • State Representative Barry Faulkner of Swanzey
  • State Representative Nick Germana of Keene
  • State Representative Matthew Hicks of Concord
  • State Representative Jim Maggiore of North Hampton
  • State Representative Zoe Manos of Stratham
  • State Representative Kate Murry of New Castle
  • State Representative David Paige of Conway
  • State Representative Suzanne Vail of Nashua
  • Fmr. State Representative Bill Baber of Dover
  • Fmr. State Representative Christy Bartlett of Concord
  • Fmr. State Representative & Carroll County Democrats Chair Ed Butler of Hart’s Location
  • Fmr. State Representative Tim Egan of Sugar Hill
  • Fmr. State Representative Ariel Oxaal of Dover
  • Fmr. State Representative Marjorie Shepardson of Marlborough
  • Fmr. State Representative Joyce Weston of Plymouth
  • Fmr. State Representative Gary Woods of Concord
  • Dover City Councilor Robbie Warach of Dover
  • Paula Aarons of Gilsum
  • Ronald Abramson of Manchester
  • William Alex of Rochester
  • Sandra Allen of Newmarket
  • Robert Amer of Moultonborough
  • Fred Anderson of Bethlehem
  • Maria Arzola of Manchester
  • Kristine Baber of Dover
  • Patty Bass of Concord
  • Philip Bastedo of Dublin
  • Matthew Bean of Claremont
  • Sharon Beaty of Keene
  • Kathleen Beckett of Lebanon
  • Bridget Benedict of Warner
  • Jean Bernard of Stratham
  • Gerald Bernier of Nashua
  • Arthur Bobruff of New London
  • David Breeden of Derry
  • Jane Broadrick of Concord
  • Barbara Bryce of Gilsum
  • Chris Burgess of Canterbury
  • Hope Butterworth of Concord
  • Shelley Carita of Meredith
  • Nancy Chabot of Contoocook
  • Jonathan Chaffee of West Lebanon
  • Liz Chipman of Concord
  • Deanna Christiansen of Barrington
  • Renee Cicerchi of Strafford
  • Nancy Clark of Hopkinton
  • Lacey Colligan of Concord
  • David Conway of Henniker
  • Diane Cooper of Bow
  • Leo Coyle of Dover
  • Amy Cranage of Grantham
  • Misty Crompton of New Boston
  • Paul Cully of Dover
  • Catherine Dandeneau of Somersworth
  • Allen Davis of Dublin
  • Deborah Day of Barrington
  • Eileen Delahanty of Manchester
  • Carl Dematteo of Keene
  • Brett Destefano of Greenland
  • Gregg DiChiara of Dover
  • Melissa Dickerson of Epping
  • Melanie Dieringer of Epping
  • Erica Druke of Concord
  • Eileen Ehlers of Hooksett
  • Karlene Embler of Hancock
  • Sally Eneguess of Peterborough
  • Eugene Faltus of Swanzey
  • Catharine Farkas of Sanbornton
  • Peter Farrell of Alton
  • Carlene Ferrier of Concord
  • Sylvia Field of Hanover
  • Maria Finnegan of Dublin
  • Marcia Fletcher of Concord
  • Sean Fogarty of Exeter
  • Alice Fogel of Walpole
  • Bernie Fournier of Suncook
  • Ivor Freeman of Exeter
  • Mary Giacobbe of Atkinson
  • Andrea Goldberg of Concord
  • Jinx Gollam of Concord
  • Charles Grau of Bedford
  • Vince Greco of Nashua
  • Susan Greenberg of Rye
  • Grimm of Concord
  • Linda Hagan of New London
  • Christopher Hawkins of Newmarket
  • Sam Hayden of Contoocook
  • Dale Hempen of Durham
  • Marilyn Henderson of Gilford
  • Peter Hendrick of Alstead
  • Susan Holcombe of Hanover
  • Barbara Hyde of Ossipee
  • Nicholas Ilyadis of Merrimack
  • Edith Jaconsky-Hamersma of Holderness
  • Nora Janeway of Washington
  • Andi Johnson of Marlborough
  • Bruce Johnson of Elkins
  • Sara Johnson of Hanover
  • Michael Joseph of Nashua
  • Tracey Kallman of Harrisville
  • Anne Kalter of Wolfeboro
  • Robert Kelley of Lee
  • Patricia Kellogg of Littleton
  • Gayle Kimball of Contoocook
  • Don Kollisch of Concord
  • Amy Kramer Perry of Dover
  • Leslie Lamois of Harrisville
  • Rose Lanier of Concord
  • Lilliane Lebel of Temple
  • Donald Leisman of Concord
  • Jan Lesieur of Epsom
  • Shane Lieberman of Sanbornton
  • Lyn Lindpaintner of Concord
  • David Loker of Moultonborough
  • Angy Lombara of Gilsum\
  • Caroll Lothrop of Surry
  • Judy Lundahl of Keene
  • Lisa Madden of Litchfield
  • William Maddocks of Amherst
  • Amy Manzelli of Pembroke
  • Breanne Markunas of Nashua
  • Lu Martin of Hanover
  • Nancy Martland of Sugar Hill
  • Kathleen McAllister of Concord
  • James McCarthy of Salisbury
  • Heather McNally of Manchester
  • Raymond Mercier Jr. of Concord
  • Kate Miller of Meredith
  • Patrick Miller of Campton
  • Michelle Moge of Derry
  • David Morris of Gilford
  • Kris Murthy of Pelham
  • Jeanne North of Concord
  • Mike O’Sullivan of Londonderry
  • Susan Orkin of Grantham
  • Raleigh Ormerod of Keene
  • Terri O’Rourke of Keene
  • Evan Oxenham of Plainfield
  • Paula Paciulan of Litchfield
  • Linda Paquette of Hopkinton
  • Patricia Piscetta of Belmont
  • Robert Pomeroy of Gilford
  • Kim Pooler of Concord
  • Parker Potter of Contoocook
  • Susan Pratt of Grantham
  • Brenda Quinn of Contoocook
  • Elissa Rasmussen of Brookline
  • Donna Raycraft of Concord
  • Birute Regine of Hancock
  • Donald Richard of Washington
  • Patricia Riker of Effingham
  • Kris Robertshaw of Derry
  • Chris Roerden of Nashua
  • Sumner Roper of Nashua
  • Kim Rosenfield of New London
  • Marie Rossachacj of New London
  • Jill Satterfield of Loudon
  • Ann Saulnier of Gilford
  • Michael Scanlon of Littleton
  • Mary Schatzle of Durham
  • Jeff Schindler of Concord
  • Linda Schultz of Sunapee
  • Karen Sebastian of West Chesterfield
  • Mark Secord of Lisbon
  • John Sedleski of Manchester
  • Anne Segal of Hanover
  • James Serrell of Kingston
  • Elizabeth Shabel of Hanover
  • Dennis Shanahan of Dover
  • Ghana Sharma of Concord
  • Sharon Shea of Hampton
  • Alan Shulman of New London
  • Bill Siroty of Manchester
  • Jim Skofield of Walpole
  • Caroline Smith of Concord
  • Joseph Snow of Concord
  • James Stafford of Gilmanton Iron Works
  • Eric Stauble of Durham
  • Lynda Stewart of Nashua
  • Caroline Storrs of Cornish
  • Daniel Sullivan of Newbury
  • Matthew Swenson of Pittsfield
  • Jim Tetreault of Winchester
  • Daryl Thompson of Colebrook
  • Michele Tremblay of Penacook
  • Paula Trombi of Meredith
  • Richard Uncles of Chester
  • Sue Veal of Rochester
  • Patricia Vorkink of North Hampton
  • Claudia Walker of Concord
  • Annette Watson of Dover
  • Denise Webb of Manchester
  • Debora Webster of Moultonborough
  • Conni White of New Castle
  • Lynda Williams of Alton
  • Mark Wisan of Peterborough
  • Megan Wood of Hancock
  • Willis Wotton of Whitefield
  • Dorothy Yanish of Peterborough
  • Sarah Young of Hanover

A full list of endorsements can be found on Warmington’s website at: www.cindewarmington.com/endorsements


 

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