‘Women for Biden-Harris’ launches re-election coalition in Manchester

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MANCHESTER, NH – On the first day of Women’s History Month, New Hampshire’s Women for Biden-Harris coalition was launched with a relational organizing house party in Manchester. The house party coincided with events in states across the country and included video remarks from Congresswoman Annie Kuster who reiterated her take on the stakes of 2024.

“I am proud to help launch Women for Biden-Harris in New Hampshire. The stakes of this election could not be higher,” said Annie Kuster. “Here in New Hampshire, we believe in reproductive freedom. We believe in access to affordable childcare, housing, and health care. We believe that you should be the one to determine when and whether to have children and how to have children. Joe Biden and Kamala Harris not only share these fundamental values but have put in the work to deliver for women and families. They are the leaders we need to move our country forward!”

New Hampshire Senate Democratic Leader Donna Soucy spoke about the need to preserve women’s reproductive rights.

“There’s no question that under the Trump Administration women were under attack constantly, and most notably, Trump takes credit for having eliminated Roe v. Wade, in his words having finally put that to rest. That is a very very dangerous and slippery slope.” said Soucy. 

Ahead of the November election, Women for Biden-Harris will mobilize supporters across New Hampshire through grassroots efforts including organizing calls for women to hear from top campaign surrogates about the issues at the heart of this election and how they can help their neighbors get involved using both new and traditional organizing tools.

Courtesy photo/Marisa Nahem


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