IMAGE GALLERY: NH Women United Rally in Concord

Hundreds of women vow to organize, vote in November.

Hundreds of women gathered on the plaza on April 28, to protest legislation they believe infringes on their reproductive, personal, and economic freedom.

The event – called – continued the rallying cry of fighting “the war on women” and combating recent legislation initiatives in both the New Hampshire House and U.S. Congress. The women (as well as a few good men, as noted by a few speakers), focused primarily on getting others registered to vote and educated about what was going on at the Statehouse.

A number of organizations, including the , the , and others, set up booths and spoke with people while musicians played.

A slew of Democratic politicians – from candidates for governor and , to Congressional candidates like and – shook hands and renewed acquaintances before offering stump speeches.

Concord NH Patch will post a full story from the rally later on today.

Curly-lady April 28, 2012 at 11:51 PM
I can't believe this is the ONLY press coverage on this event! No TV, no major newspapers! Thank you Concord Patch for being there!
Jan Schmidt April 29, 2012 at 03:07 PM
What a great day - and oh my goodness... the speakers were amazing! Everyone was welcome, everyone... I even sent a personal invite to Ayotte, Guinta and Bass - and you know, they never even opened them. This is the regard they hold for the women of NH.
Curly-lady April 29, 2012 at 04:19 PM
someone needs to get a life! It was a day of doing not just being a Monday morning quarterback! Activists get things done and this event was attended by NH Women activists. We WILL remember in NOVEMBER!
Jan Schmidt April 30, 2012 at 12:51 PM
Over the course of the day over 400 people came to the Rally - I'd say it was a great success - and thanks to all those who did come out. WIth family obligations and vacation week, and sports and meetings and the cold start to the day - what a great turnout!!!
Carol Bunk April 30, 2012 at 05:25 PM
Poor Hocus Pocus. The name says it all. It was a great event for women. The turn our was wonderful. Cant stand to see women stand up for ourselves. Just shows we can do it ourselves.


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