From The Clinton Campaign:
On the heels of Senator Clinton’s speech delivered last week at the National Forum on Equality, Opportunity and Access in Manchester , the New Hampshire for Hillary campaign today announced the endorsement of 26 prominent local disability advocates.
A complete list of Granite State disability advocates who have endorsed Hillary follows.
-Leslie Alcorn, Pembroke, disability advocate
-Cathy Apfel, Barnstead, disability advocate
-Josh Boynton, Goffstown, CEO Life Share Inc.
-Rachel Boynton, Goffstown, Senior VP, Life Share Inc.
-John Capuco, Henniker, neuropsychologist, brain injury expert, and former member of the
-Brain Injury Association of New Hampshire Board
-Ellen Carpenito, Salem , parent of child with a developmental disability
-Sen. Lou D'Allesandro, Manchester , State Senator and founding board member of Granite State Independent Living
-Jeff Dickinson, Franklin, disability advocate
-Sue Fortier, Northwood, disability advocate
-Sue Fox, Concord , member of the NH Developmental Disability Council, member Board of Riverbend Mental Health Center, former Director of Developmental Services at the State Department of Health and Human Services
-Sen. Maggie Hassan, Exeter , former director of the Disability Rights Center , and parent of child with a developmental disability
-Alice Longworth, Salem , long-time caretaker of an individual with developmental disabilities
-William Longworth, Salem , long-time caretaker of an individual with developmental disabilities
-Joanne Malloy, Dunbarton, disability advocate
-Jan Nisbet, Durham, Director of the Institute on Disabilities at the University of New Hampshire
-Jim Piet, Manchester , Director, Crotched Mountain Foundation, former member of the NH Developmental Disability Council
-David Robar, New London , member, REAL Choice Consumer Advisory Committee
-Rep. Trinka Russell, Stratham, State Representative and parent of a child with disabilities
-Mary Schuh, PhD, Concord, Associate Director of the Institute on Disabilities at the University of New Hampshire, Associate Research Professor at the UNH School of Education
-Frank Sgambati, Tilton, Institute on Disabilities at the University of New Hampshire
-Sen. Kathy Sgambati, Tilton, disability advocate
-Freda Smith, Salem , parent of one of six original named plaintiffs in Laconia State School case, disability advocate
-Linda Steir, Atkinson, parent of a child with developmental disabilities, disability advocate
-Clyde Terry, Concord , CEO of Granite State Independent Living
-Lisa Thompson, Londonderry , Former President of NH Spinal Cord Injury Association -Patricia Vincent-Piet, Manchester , member of the REAL Choice Consumer Advisory Committee