Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Obama Announces Support From Grassroots Activists

From The Obama Campaign:

More than 60 grassroots activists from the Manchester area and around the state announced this week that they've joined Barack Obama's movement for change. The endorsements come as voters begin to focus in earnest on the kind of leadership that can bring about real change in Washington.

"Barack Obama recognizes that we need to change Washington in a fundamental way if we're going to make progress on pressing issues like health care and energy independence—and he's the only candidate in this race who can do it," Jack Resch said. "As he always says, we don't need a candidate who's good at playing the Washington game—we need a candidate who can put an end to the game-playing and focus on results."

Manchester Area
Tim Baines, Manchester – Activist
Marilyn Brock, Bedford – Activist
Dan Callaghan, Manchester – Former Democratic State Committee Treasurer
Jed Callen, New Boston – Activist
Barbara Carbonneau, Goffstown – Activist
Tracey Carrier, Bedford – Activist
Charles Carrier, M.D., Bedford – Doctor
Frank Catano, Goffstown – Activist, Professor of Psychology at SNHU
Alan Chuckran, Merrimack – Activist
Charlotte Daley, Bedford – Activist
Christina D'Allesandro, Manchester – Community Leader, Activist
Kathy Erskine, Manchester – Activist
Dick Erskine, Manchester – Activist
Susan Fischer, Amherst – Activist
Tim Fischer, Amherst – Activist
Jessica Fisher, Manchester – Activist
Bill Gillet, Manchester – Activist
Kathy Gillet, Manchester – Activist
Ray Iannuzzelli, Amherst – Activist
Susannah Jonas, Francestown – Activist
Katie Kiernan, Manchester – Former Field Director for the Gephardt campaign
Maryann Lehman, Raymond – Activist
Jeanne Ludt, Amherst – Activist
Jesse Martineau, Manchester – State Representative
Keith McCrea, Manchester – Activist
Barbara Miles, Manchester – Former Community Organizer
Michelle O'Rourke, Bedford – Activist
Joseph O'Rourke, Bedford – Activist
Jack Resch, Manchester – Former State Representative, President of the Board of Trustees of Child & Family Services, President of Board of Directors of World Affairs Council of New Hampshire, Professor of History at UNH
Steve Solomon, Manchester – Activist, Senior Partner at Backus, Meyer, Solomon, and Branch Law Firm
Richard Sowa, Auburn – Activist
Nan Stearns, Amherst – Activist
Peter Stearns, Amherst – Activist
Jim Townsend, Manchester – Activist
Sandy Townsend, Manchester – Activist
Julia Westcott, Auburn – Activist
Mervin Weston, Manchester – Veteran presidential campaign media consultant

Seacoast Area
Dennis Abbott, Newmarket – State Representative
Burt Cohen, Portsmouth – UNH Professor, Activist
Eileen Flockhart, Exeter – State Representative
Francine Hall, Exeter – Activist, Professor Emeritus at UNH Business School
Frank Heffron, Exeter – Activist
John Henson, Exeter – State Representative
Walter Hoerman, Rochester – Town Chair, Former Mayor
Sarah Hutz, Dover – State Representative
Patty McKenzie, Hampton – Activist
Karen Prior, Exeter – Activist
Bob Prior, Exeter – Activist
Ned Raynolds, Portsmouth – City Councilor
Mike Schwartz, Rye – Town Chair

Concord Area
Alan M. Cantor, Concord – Activist, Non-profit leader
Cathy Green, Dunbarton – Attorney
Marty Van Oot, Concord – Attorney
Peter Sabin, Warner – Activist

Lakes Region
Dave Eastman, Tamworth – Activist, Founder of NH Lakes Association
Alex Ray, Holderness – Owner, Common Man Restaurant
Mike Warmington, Gilford – Activist

Southern Tier
Philip Nugent, Danville – Activist
Don Petterson, Brentwood – Former Ambassador

Keene/Monadnock Area
Truman Breshears, Alstead – Vice Chair, Alstead Democrats
Linda Cates, Nelson – Cheshire County Democrats Vice Chair, Nelson Town Democrats Vice Chair
Harriet Charland, Winchester – Winchester Town Democratic Co-Chair
Kathleen Richards, Keene – Activist
Nathaniel Stout, Keene – City Councilor

North Country
Theresa Kennett, Conway – Activist, Police Commissioner
Sally Sherrard, Littleton – Activist, Former Educator

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