New Hampshire Youth Movement

Party at the Primary

New Hampshire Youth Movement (NHYM) is bringing young people from across the US to throw down in the first in the nation primary. Can you chip in to help us provide housing, transportation, and food for Party at the Primary fellows?

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Winning the New Hampshire Primary can fast track a progressive candidate to the white house. Since 1972, there has not been a single candidate to win the nomination of a major party without placing at least second in either Iowa or New Hampshire. The rest of the country is heavily influenced by the results of early election states. If we can ensure a progressive candidate wins New Hampshire it could give them the edge they need to win the nomination.


The new American majority can make up the margin of victory for a progressive candidate if we vote. Elections in New Hampshire can come down to just a few thousand votes. In 2016 Clinton won the general election by just 2736 votes. If young people, rural voters, folks of color, and women turn out they can easily make up the margin of victory for candidates that support our values. 


We need emerging leaders from around the country to help us throw down so we can win. With help from our allies across the country we can ensure a progressive champion wins the most influential primary of the most important election of our lives.


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