CONCORD, NH – September 18, 2020 – NEA-New Hampshire announced their recommendation of Cinde Warmington for District 2 Executive Council today. “We’re confident Cinde’s experience uniquely prepares her to be a leader on the council in holding the governor and his education commissioner accountable during this critical time for educators during the pandemic,” said Megan
CONCORD, NH – September 16, 2020 – NEA-New Hampshire announced their recommendation of Jenn Alford-Teaster for State Senate District 8 today. “At a time of great uncertainty for families and students, we need a strong advocate for public education like Jenn Alford-Teaster in the New Hampshire Senate,” said Megan Tuttle, NEA-NH President. “We’re confident that
NEA-NH congratulates Senator Dan Feltes on his victory in yesterday’s Democratic primary for Governor. We look forward to working with him during the coming weeks to make sure he becomes the next Governor of New Hampshire. Andru Volinsky ran a strong campaign that helped highlight many of the issues our public schools face every day.
CONCORD, NH – September 3, 2020 – NEA-New Hampshire announced their recommendation of Sue Prentiss for State Senate District 5 today. “Sue’s background and experience uniquely qualifies her to be a tremendous advocate for the students and educators of our state,” said Megan Tuttle, NEA-NH President. “As a paramedic, former mayor, and former state EMS
CONCORD, NH – August 26, 2020 – NEA-New Hampshire announced their recommendation of Becky Whitley for Senate District 15 today. “Becky has been a tireless advocate for children and educators, committed to social justice and public service,” said Megan Tuttle, NEA-New Hampshire President. “She has the expertise and tenacity to be the strong force for
August 17, 2020 – Concord, NH – NEA-NH announced their support for Deaglan McEachern for State Senate District 21 today. “Deaglan is committed to the goal that every student has an equal opportunity for success and can thrive regardless of their background or what zip code they live in our state,” said Megan Tuttle, president