FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

September 23, 2016

VAN OSTERN CAMPAIGN COMMITS TO 13 DEBATES AND FORUMS

MANCHESTER, N.H. — After two successful debates where Colin Van Ostern, Democratic nominee for Governor, contrasted his vision to keep New Hampshire moving forward with Chris Sununu’s pledge to take New Hampshire backwards, the Van Ostern for New Hampshire campaign has committed to eleven additional candidate debates and forums. These thirteen events will give New Hampshire voters the opportunity to learn about Colin’s record of accomplishment, fighting to reduce the cost of tuition, expanding solar and renewable energy projects, keeping taxes low and cutting government red tape.

“This week alone, Colin attended two debates with Chris Sununu and the contrast couldn’t have been clearer: Colin offered a positive vision to keep New Hampshire moving forward, while Chris Sununu would take our state backwards,” said Pat Devney, campaign manager for Colin Van Ostern. “We look forward to continuing to contrast Colin’s record of accomplishment – keeping taxes low and cutting government red tape, fighting to restore funding for Planned Parenthood, helping expand health coverage to 50,000 Granite Staters, and working to create good paying clean energy jobs – with Chris Sununu’s record of opposing progress.”

Below are the scheduled candidate debates and forums the Van Ostern campaign has committed to:

September 21 – NHPR & Business and Industry Association
September 22 – AARP & Concord Chamber of Commerce
September 26 – Nashua Chamber of Commerce
October 3 – Bi-State Primary Care
October 5 – NECN
October 6 – No Labels Foundation
October 12 – New Hampshire High Tech Council
October 13 – Law Enforcement Town Hall
October 14 – Mt Washington Economic Council
October 19 – North Country Candidates Night
October 26 – NH1 News Televised Debate
October 30 – Temple Adath Yeshurun
November 1 – WMUR Televised Debate

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