Booker leads Democratic fundraiser in New Hampshire

Its. Cory BookerCory Booker Over 100 Democrats Sign Bill Securing Access to Birth Control Sanders Endorses Kaiser Permanente Workers Ahead of Monday’s Strike Warren Presses Biden on Pardons for Nonviolent Cannabis Sentences MORE is scheduled to headline a fundraiser next month in New Hampshire, the state Democratic party confirmed Thursday, reinforcing speculation that the New Jersey Democrat’s presidential ambitions are still alive after a failed 2020 bid.

Booker, who won his seat for the first time in a 2013 special election, will be a featured speaker at the “McIntyre-Shaheen and Eleanor Roosevelt Winter Extravaganza: A Family Reunion,” which is being organized by the New Hampshire Democratic Party. The fundraiser will take place on December 11 and is the first major in-person event organized by the state party since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.

“I’m looking forward to seeing some old friends, promoting my colleagues’ track record of delivering results for New Hampshire, and discussing the incredible progress. President Joe bidenJoe Biden Florida Republicans Vote To Limit Vaccine Mandates Bill Honoring 13 Service Members Killed In Afghanistan Heads To Biden’s Desk Overnight Defense And Homeland Security – Presented By Boeing – Pentagon Promises More Transparency In air strikes MORE It has helped rebuild our economy better than ever, from lowering taxes for millions of families with children to enacting a historic bipartisan investment in roads, bridges and infrastructure that sets the stage for a new era of American prosperity, ”Booker. it said in a statement.

The fundraiser marks a return for Booker to a state where he campaigned heavily in the 2020 cycle. While he dropped out of the race before the nomination races took place last year, he spent much of his time campaigning in New Hampshire in an apparent attempt to gain support in the nation’s first primary state.

Booker has long been viewed as a rising star in the Democratic Party since his days as mayor of Newark, and few believed his presidential ambitions would be stifled by his failed 2020 campaign.

“Now that we are coming off a year of historic victories, we are very excited to welcome Senator Booker back to Granite State,” said State Party Chairman Ray Buckley. “Senator Booker’s passion and commitment to the Democratic Party is known throughout New Hampshire, and we are excited that he will join us in preparing for more victories in 2022.”

Senator from New Jersey Maggie hassanMargaret (Maggie) HassanBiden, Senior Officials Deployed to Promote Hillicon Valley Infrastructure Package – Immigrants in Surveillance Programs Senate Democrats urge government to do more to protect K-12 schools from hackers MORE (D) and representatives Annie Kuster (D) and Chris PappasChristopher (Chris) Charles PappasBiden, Senior Officials Separated to Promote Infrastructure Package Abortion Rights Group Backing House Party of 12 Democrats Aligned with House Republican Party Leadership Targeting Nine Democrats on Spending vote MORE (D), who face re-election offers next year, and the Senator. Jeanne shaheenCynthia (Jeanne) Jeanne ShaheenBiden, Senior Officials Separated to Promote Infrastructure Package The Republican Party Delves into Blocking Biden’s Diplomatic Selections Blinken Promises to ‘Get to the Bottom Line’ of ‘Havana Syndrome’ MORE (D) will also speak at next month’s event. Hassan’s career in particular is seen as a lynchpin in both parties’ strategies to win control of the Senate, which is currently split 50-50.



Reference-thehill.com

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