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New Hampshire gets a lot of attention these days, with so many candidates running around the state it is hard to avoid the hordes of media that are hot on their tails. 

However, I ask you this - Are they talking about what you are interested in?

Every Child Matters and MomsRising want to make sure that the conversation stays on working families and the issues that matter to us and we are pulling out all of our guns to make sure it does. We will be leading a series of Twitter conversations over the next few weeks to ensure that New Hampshire families do not get lost in the shuffle.

Our first chat is Thursday, 1/7/2016, from 12-12:30 and we’d love for you to join a conversation with MomsRising, Every Child Matters-NH, and New Hampshire Fiscal Policy Institute to discuss strengthening the economy for working families. 

The New Hampshire Fiscal Policy Institute is an independent nonprofit organization dedicated to exploring, developing, and promoting public policies that foster economic opportunity and prosperity for all New Hampshire residents, with an emphasis on low- and moderate-income families and individuals. They are going to be our guest to answer questions about the economic situation in New Hampshire.

Chats will be held every Thursday for the next few weeks – from 12-12:30. We will talk childcare, healthcare and paid family leave. Join us to get your questions answered or just learn a bit more about what is happening in the Granite State.

We’ll be on Twitter this Thursday, 1/7/2016, at 12:00 pm ET -12:30 pm ET/ 9:00 am PT- 9:30 pm PT – and every Thursday until the NH Primary!

To follow along, you can simply click:


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