Sal DiDomenico Leads Locals to NH for Hillary Clinton

By Katy Rogers

It’s been no secret that State Sen. Sal DiDomenico has been openly supporting Hillary Clinton and her campaign for president as the New Hampshire and Massachusetts Primary Elections quickly approach, and recently he has travelled to New Hampshire with many of his local supporters to put his energy behind that proclamation.

Despite the heavy rain, the Senator coordinated a group of local residents and fellow elected officials to canvas for Clinton in Rochester, New Hampshire on Sunday morning, Jan. 10. More than 35 residents from Everett, Chelsea, and surrounding communities congregated at the Senator’s home in Everett before making the bus journey beyond the New Hampshire border to hold signs and knock on doors for the Clinton campaign.

Sen. DiDomenico has been active in the Clinton campaign since its beginning, having attended several events in the past months with his family to show his support for her. He has attended her Town Hall gatherings and has spread the word by going door to door, having had the opportunity to meet her a handful of times during the campaign trail.

“I am supporting Hillary Clinton for president because she is the most qualified candidate in the race, and she shares my passion for issues that affect our families, neighbors and friends in the communities and throughout the nation,” he said.

Many of Clinton’s key issues include affordable healthcare, education, and clean energy, he said.

While continuing to show his support in New Hampshire, DiDomenico and his supporters intend to bring the canvasing back home once confident she will be ahead in the New Hampshire Primary Election, which will be held on Feb. 20, only a few days before the Massachusetts primary on March 1.

New Hampshire has proven to sometimes differ in results from its neighboring New England states over the years, and will be the second state, after Iowa, to kick off the Presidential Primary Elections this year. Hence, presidential hopefuls and their supporters are concentrating on visibility in the New Hampshire area in particular right now.

DiDomenico intends to canvas in New Hampshire at least three or four more times before Feb. 20, including the weekend before Election Day and on Election Day.

“We are working right up to Election Day to ensure a victory,” he said. “This race is so important that we are bringing our team to New Hampshire and beyond to show people why Hillary Clinton should be our next president. After the initial primary, we’ll shift focus to Massachusetts and do what we’re doing up there, down here.”

With a lot of supporters from his hometown in Everett, DiDomenico has been able to successfully make an impact on behalf of Clinton to members from the local community.

Along with DiDomenico, Everett’s State Rep. Joe McGonagle, Councilor Mike Mangan and Councilor Michael McLaughlin have also openly expressed their interest in Clinton’s candidacy.

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State Sen. Sal DiDomenico and his family had the opportunity to meet Hillary Clinton on the campaign trail in New Hampshire a few weeks ago.

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Councilor Mike McLaughlin, Councilor at Large Mike Mangan, Sen. Sal DiDomenico, and City Committee Chairwoman Patti Cheever getting ready to go to New Hampshire.

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Dan Skeritt of Everett, Saritin Rizzuto of Chelsea, and Henry Wilson of Chelsea prep for the journey to New Hampshire for the Clinton Campaign.

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    State Sen. Sal DiDomenico and his family had the opportunity to meet Hillary Clinton on the campaign trail in New Hampshire a few weeks ago.

    State Sen. Sal DiDomenico and his family had the opportunity to meet Hillary Clinton on the campaign trail in New Hampshire a few weeks ago.

Sen. Sal DiDomenico and more than 35 supporters made their way up to New Hampshire from Everett to canvas for Clinton last Sunday, Jan. 10.

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Eli and Christie Young were excited to join Sen. Sal DiDomenico in New Hampshire for the Clinton campaign.

2 comments for “Sal DiDomenico Leads Locals to NH for Hillary Clinton

  1. LoveCoates
    January 20, 2016 at 1:13 pm

    Thank you Sal. Iowa and New Hampshire voters are being had by the fake socialist phony Bernie. Socialism and liberalism are not the same thing. Bernie is not a liberal; he lies constantly about his record.

    – Bernie voted for the 2000 commodities law deregulating Wall Street. Hillary did not. That law is cited by Elizabeth Warren and liberal economists as the main contributor to the financial crises. Hillary’s speeches to Goldman Sachs didn’t crash the economy, Bernie’s pro-Wall Street vote did. http://www.cbsnews.com/news/fact-checking-hillary-clinton-on-bernie-sanders-financial-votes/

    – Bernie lied about always supporting gay marriage — in 2006 he was telling Vermont newspapers he opposed marriage equality. http://www.slate.com/blogs/outward/2015/10/05/bernie_sanders_on_marriage_equality_he_s_no_longtime_champion.html

    – Bernie’s claim that he “helped write” the Affordable Care Act was just rated false by Politifact. http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/statements/2016/jan/18/bernie-s/fact-checking-bernie-sanders-claim-he-helped-write/

    – Bernie’s healthcare plan would dismantle Obamacare, and the taxes in it demonstrates he lied about not raising taxes on the middle class. His plan is so bad for the middle class that liberal analysts like Paul Krugman, Ezra Klein, and Matt Yglesias are slamming it as vague, unrealistic, and dishonest. http://www.vox.com/2016/1/17/10784528/bernie-sanders-single-payer-health-care

    – Bernie voted against immigration reform in 2007. http://www.nytimes.com/politics/first-draft/2015/10/19/bernie-sanders-cant-escape-questions-about-2007-vote-on-immigration-overhaul/

    – Bernie is now flip-flopping on guns, but as Senator he voted five times against the Brady Bill, voted to allow guns in public transportation and parks, voted against funding gun violence prevention research, voted for the Charelston loophole that eliminated waiting periods and enabled the SC church massacre, and voted to shield the corporate gun lobby from lawsuits, a vote the NRA called the biggest pro-gun lobby win ever. http://reason.com/blog/2015/06/03/sorry-liberals-bernie-sanders-is-a-gun-n

    Bernie is a fraud. His pro-Wall Street, pro-gun, anti-gay marriage, anti-healthcare reform, anti-immigration record speaks for itself.

  2. FUPubs
    January 20, 2016 at 6:41 pm

    I have been a member of the Democratic party for over 30 years and with confidence I can say I will not be voting for Clinton, she is more in line with GOP Policies then liberal and progressive ones and I refuse to vote for republicans even a former Goldwater girl, in fact her current platform is not much different then Barry Goldwater’s. As for State Sen. Sal DiDomenico, no clue who they are course I live in NH and have been for over 10 years. Yes I met Hillary too and Bill and Chelsea, many years ago and they were as phony as a $3 bill.

    If by some strange act of fate Clinton becomes the democratic party nominee, I will end my relationship with the party and vote for someone who truly reflects my values instead of the corporate interests Clinton only cares about.

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