From The Clinton Campaign:
The "Senior Leadership Council" includes former President the New Hampshire Association for the Elderly John Hoar of Concord; Mary Louise Hancock, 87, of Concord a former five-term state senator who President Jimmy Carter appointed to serve as a liaison between the Department of Housing and Urban Development for New England in 1979; Bill Cashin of Manchester who served as an Alderman for 32 years and secured funding for the William B. Cashin Senior Center in Manchester; third term State Representative Angie Kopka, 91, of Nashua; longtime Democratic activist and Democratic National Committeewoman Anita Freedman of Portsmouth; former member of the White House Council on Aging Dr. Steve Gorin of Canterbury; and former member of the Grafton County Senior Citizens Council Marion Copenhaven of Hanover.
The “I’m Sweet on Hillary” visits will be led by NH for Hillary staff and supporters to offer an opportunity for residents of senior centers and nursing home communities to discuss their concerns and learn about Hillary’s experience that will bring about the change America ’s families need. The campaign will offer sugar-free cupcakes to participants at the discussion groups that have been scheduled in Concord, Nashua, Manchester, and Hampton. Additional events are being planned in other areas of the state.