Ed. Note.  Note this back story/interpretion of the invitation to the presidential candidates' to address the NH House of Representatives on Oct. 12, 2011

October 8, 2011

Dear Joe,

Tell your Legislator:
Vote NO on "Right to Work"

Join us on Wednesday, October 12th, in Concord as we urge our representatives to vote NO on HB 474. We'll be meeting at the America Votes office (4 Park Street, Room #302) at 9 a.m.

If you can't make it, please send an URGENT message asking legislators to stand with working families and vote NO on HB 474.

NH House Speaker O’Brien is at it again.  He's yet again called for a vote Weds., Oct. 12, on House Bill 474, the so-called "right to work" bill. 

Speaker O'Brien is hoping that this will be the time legislators who stand up for working families stay home.  And he's hoping that by holding a long speaking program before the vote - inviting presidential candidates to travel to New Hampshire to speak - that fewer legislators will be present for the vote.

But New Hampshire's families aren't fooled.  We know that HB 474 is part of Speaker O'Brien's reckless anti-worker agenda.  And our states doesn't need political games - we need to get our economy back on track.

Join us for our "Lobby Day to Defeat Right to Work" in Concord this Wednesday. We'll meet at the America Votes office (4 Park St., Room 302; Concord, NH), and then at 9:15 a.m. we'll head over to the State House to make our voices heard.

Can't make it on Wednesday? Please take just one minute to ask New Hampshire's legislators to stand up again for working families and vote NO on HB 474.

In solidarity,

Kurt Ehrenberg