May 16th, 2018



15+ Activists & Community Leaders From Across District To Help Build Grassroots Campaign 

Manchester, NH – It’s no secret that District 4 is an incredibly difficult seat to win, which is why Team Chynoweth is committed to building a grassroots campaign across the entire district. The campaign knows that the only way to win in this tough open seat is from the bottom up, with volunteer working in all 19 communities to spread our message of bipartisan problem solving that prioritizes innovative solutions that deliver results. Team Chynoweth is proud to announce MORE THAN 15 activists and community leaders who will help coordinate grassroots campaign activities in their communities.

Following the announcement Chynoweth issued the following statement:

“Local grassroots politics is the only way to win a race in New Hampshire, which is why I have made it the centerpiece of my campaign. With the help of these grassroots leaders, we will help take our message of innovation in government, multi-modal transportation, including commuter rail, new approaches to tackle the opioid crisis, and ending the ideological attacks on Planned Parenthood. I’ve learned in my years building the next generation of manufacturing jobs in the Millyard that success starts with your team,  so I’m honored and excited to have their support - it puts us in a great position to win this campaign.”

Members of the grassroots advisory committee also issued the following statements: 

"As a busy business owner and mom of two young kids, I need to know that my elected representatives are focused on the issues that count for young families as we work hard to grow economy opportunities and strengthen our communities." Jenn Delisle, Bedford small business owner.

"New Hampshire works best when everyone is included. As a member of the LGBTQ community, I know Gray understands that, and will look to our community for feedback on important issues.” Mariana Rosas-Beer & Vivian Beer of Pembroke

The full list of grassroot coordinators is as follows:

Linda Hood, Auburn

Hope Friday, Barrington

Dennis and Janet Jakubowski, Loudon

Town Councilor Ted Combes, Londonderry

Mariana Rosas-Beer & Vivian Beer, Pembroke

Jeff & Shannon Kelley, Deerfield

Jenn Delise, Bedford

Kerry Schyler, Goffstown

Angus and Julie Strachen, Chichester

David Bellman, Hooksett 

Brenda Noiseux, Manchester Ward 7

Pete McCone, Manchester Ward 6

Amber Jodoin, Manchester Ward 1

Marlana Trombley, Manchester Ward 1

Rich Thuma