New Hampshire State House

The Right to Work bill is coming up quickly in the New Hampshire House – starting with a hearing next Thursday, March 25. The time is now to make sure our Representatives are voting for this pro-worker bill that will make New Hampshire the first Right to Work state in the Northeast – a sure boon to the Granite State economy!

In the Union Leader this morning, Amherst’s Russ Hodgkins penned a great Op-Ed supporting Right to Work. If you can, please share around with your groups and ask them to call their Reps asking them to support Senate Bill 61!

For an easy way to reach those legislators that may be on the fence – you can fill out this quick letter!

Thank you for your help getting this crucial legislation across the finish line!

Christopher Maidment
Grassroots Engagement Director | Americans for Prosperity New Hampshire
8025 S Willow St Suite 205 Manchester NH 03103
603.440.9937 | | Twitter: @maid_cj

House Republicans,
Following up on yesterday’s webinar on HB544, we wanted to make sure those who were not able to attend were able to listen to the session.
The panel and discussion are linked below. This centered around Critical Race Theory, why HB544 is important, and covered common objections to the bill. We’ll be sending out more information on this bill in the near future.
If you have any questions, or would like to help with efforts to pass this bill, contact Rep. Keith Ammon at
Here’s the recording, links to panelist’s bios, and links that were sent via Zoom chat as the live session was being recorded.
Members of the panel:
  • Dr. Karlyn Borysenko – Organizational psychologist, writer, speaker, political commentator from Merrimack, NH.
  • Christian Watson – A college student who explains how the ideology of CRT shuts down debate and discussion.
  • Christopher Rufo – Reporter, documentary filmmaker, Research Fellow at Discovery Institute’s Center on Wealth, Poverty, & Morality.
    Recent article in City Journal: Critical Race Fragility
  • Michael Gonzalez – Senior fellow in Heritage’s Allison Center for Foreign Policy and the Angeles T. Arredondo E Pluribus Unum fellow.
  • Jonathan Butcher – Will Skillman Fellow in Education at The Heritage Foundation.
    (Mr. Butcher had a prior engagement and joined at the end of the discussion.)James Lindsay, Ph.D. – National expert on Critical Race Theory, author, mathematician, and political commentator.
  • Rep. Keith Ammon – Hillsborough District 40, panel moderator
Links from the live chat: