MANCHESTER, NH – NextGen New Hampshire will open a Manchester organizing office at 25 Lowell St., Suite 201, on June 20, from 5:30 to 7 p.m.
At the office opening, State Youth Director Teddy Smyth will talk to volunteers about the importance of turning young Granite Staters out to vote this fall. The event will kick-start NextGen’s summer organizing efforts, following a week of action where NextGen organizers and volunteers knocked on over 2,300 voters’ doors.
NextGen New Hampshire is committed to turning out an unprecedented number of young people to vote in November in order to elect leaders who will protect voting rights, reduce the burden of student debt, and fight to pass gun violence prevention measures here in New Hampshire.
With an initial $750,000 investment, and 18 staff and fellows already on the ground, NextGen New Hampshire is organizing young voters across the state ahead of November. NextGen New Hampshire has already pledged over 2,100 young Granite Staters to vote in November and will be active on 18 college campuses across the state in the fall, including seven community colleges.