To the Editor: Naomi Andrews is the best qualified candidate

It’s annoying that candidates with no NH ties keep on arriving, feeling entitled to run to represent us in Congress. In 2014, we had a former MA senator, in 2016 we had a NYC businessman, and this cycle they’ve multiplied: one who doesn’t even live in our district, and Maura Sullivan from Illinois. Why is this …

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My first letter is in support of Naomi Andrews for Congress

I’ve never written a letter to the editor before, but feel compelled to voice my support for Naomi Andrews to become our next Congresswoman in New Hampshire’s first district. I met Naomi through mutual friends and we’ve become regular hiking buddies (yes, at 5 am!). I’ll be voting for Naomi on Primary Election Day - Sept. 11th - and I’d like to share why …

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To the Editor: Andrews has the experience

Many who run for Congress change themselves to get elected. Not Naomi Andrews. As her former high school teacher and Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD) advisor, I have seen how she has stayed true to her values. As president of SADD …

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Andrews for clean energy

I’ve been talking to a lot of voters this month — rural and urban, wealthy and poor, women and men, younger and… wiser, in the mountains and on the coast. It seems to me that no political challenge elicits a more unified response from Granite Staters of diverse backgrounds than the existential threat to our air and water, our public lands, and the biodiversity that we share them with …

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To the Editor: Naomi is driven by the values we believe in

This year’s primary and general elections for the New Hampshire 1st District Congressional seat are of great importance to the citizens of New Hampshire. Our country is clearly at a crossroads in 2018. Will we continue down a road fueled with hate, distrust, and finger pointing, or will we return to our roots of tolerance and …

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To the Editor: Andrews is right on the issues

I’ve been talking to a lot of voters this month – rural and urban, wealthy and poor, women and men, younger and... wiser, in the White Mountains and down on the Seacoast. It seems to me that no political challenge elicits a more unified response from New Hampshirites of diverse backgrounds than the existential threat to our air and water, our public lands, and the biodiversity that …

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