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Perkins Kwoka at a campaign stop last weekend

Perkins Kwoka has Abortion, Clean Energy on her Mind for Upcoming Legislative Sessions 

Abby Owens, Mouth of the River (ORHS) November 2, 2022

Rebecca Perkins Kwoka will again serve as the New Hampshire State Senator for Strafford County District 21, running unopposed in this year's election. The 40-year-old looks forward to representing the...

Over 100 state representatives skip Organization Day following news of positive COVID-19 cases

Over 100 state representatives skip Organization Day following news of positive COVID-19 cases

Cassie Hollasch December 10, 2020
At least three coronavirus (COVID-19) cases have been linked to the New Hampshire House of Representatives meeting on the University of New Hampshire’s (UNH) Memorial Field on Wednesday, Dec. 2. Many members of the Democratic caucus have called the meeting a “super spreader event.”
How did Durham vote in the General Election?

How did Durham vote in the General Election?

Evan Edmonds November 5, 2020
The town of Durham, N.H. reported an overwhelming sweep for the Democratic Party, with Democratic candidates winning in every position in the town, following Tuesday’s general election.
Perkins-Kwoka defeats Polidura in state senate race

Perkins-Kwoka defeats Polidura in state senate race

Cassie Hollasch November 5, 2020
After a long 12 hours of Southeastern Granite State voters streaming in and out of polling centers, Democrat Rebecca Perkins Kwoka defeated Republican Sue Polidura in decisive fashion to capture New Hampshire’s District 21 senate seat.
Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley visits Durham and discusses the current Civil Rights Movement

Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley visits Durham and discusses the current Civil Rights Movement

Cassie Hollasch October 31, 2020
U.S. Rep. Ayanna Pressley (D-MA) reminded the people of Durham that the Civil Rights Movement has continued on to today and emphasized how powerful the movement is at a campaign event in Durham, NH on Oct. 29.

Meet the Candidates (Continued)

Ben MacKillop October 29, 2020
Meet the State Rep., State Sen. and Executive Councilor candidates: Rebecca Perkins-Kwoka, Sue Polidura, Tim Horrigan, Janet Wall and Jim Beard.
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