September 29, 2022
When we win in November, it is going to be because of Andrea and Frank’s hard work and commitment to our campaign’s values….
When you sign up to run for office, you know it’s going to be a lot of work to serve. What they don’t tell you is how much work it’s going to be just to run. I am so fortunate, thanks to a generous in-kind donation from the Progressive Turnout Project, to have hired two fabulous campaign fellows who are supporting me in getting our message out there in our community. Since September 6th, our campaign fellows have been hitting hundreds of doors all over town, sharing our message of support for working families, kids, and educators in Conway and across New Hampshire.
Andrea Walsh has enjoyed living in the Mount Washington Valley with her family, Andy Davis and Fiona Davis-Walsh, since 2000. Currently, she works as the Hospice Volunteer Coordinator with Visiting Nurse Home Care & Hospice of Carroll County and Western Maine and a facilitator with Opening Minds through Art. She writes, “inspired by the vibrant community of mountain-loving people here, I am hopeful that our species can share, honor, and respect each other, the truth, and our planet. I look forward the NH State House of Representatives being a better body with David as a member!”
Frank Thompson, born and raised in Jackson, is a Mount Washington Valley local who is excited to be involved in such and important election. He graduated from College of the Holy Cross in 2020 with a double major in International Studies and Russian Language & Culture. He currently works for the Echo Group in Conway. His prior campaign experience includes working for Mayor Deaglan McEachern in 2018 and for Senator Bernie Sanders in the 2020 primaries. Frank encourages anyone reading this to make sure they are registered to vote. (And I agree!!!)
Welcome to Andrea and Frank and say hi when you see them in your neighborhood! When we win in November, it is going to be because of their hard work and commitment to our campaign’s values. Thank you!