These candidates are ready to lead

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Dear Friends,

Over the past week, yet again we have been reminded just how important state lawmakers are. As federal leadership falls down again, we look to those leading our states to create equal opportunity for all Americans. 

At Future Now Fund, each of our endorsed candidates has pledged to help achieve America’s Goals, a policy roadmap to create a more healthy, prosperous, and sustainable future for all Americans. Now more than ever, we need elected officials who are champions of the equity embedded throughout America’s Goals. 

That’s why we are excited to share our new slate of Future Now Fund endorsed candidates in Michigan and New Hampshire, who are ready to fight for all Americans.

If you’re as inspired by them as we are, support Future Now Fund to help us change the balance of power across the country. 

Michigan FNF Endorsed Candidates

Julia Pulver
HD-39
From bedside to boardroom, Julia’s experience as a nurse and public health leader has inspired her to fight for better healthcare for all Michiganders.

Christine Morse
HD-61
A former attorney, a wife of a Navy Veteran, and cancer survivor, Christine is running to use her experiences to build a better future for all working families in Michigan.

Dan O’Neil
HD-104
Born and raised in Traverse City, Dan is an attorney who is running to strengthen education and end the corrupting influence of special interest money in our political system.

New Hampshire FNF Endorsed Candidates

Sue Ford
SD-1
A former teacher, principal, and administrator for over 40 years, Sue is running to fight for better education and to advocate for families in NH’s rural communities.

Bill Bolton
SD-2
A two-term Selectman in Plymouth and a retired state employee who served over 30 years, Bill has been committed to public service his whole life. He’s now running for the Senate to better his community.

Jenn Alford-Teaster
SD-8
Raised by her grandmother and mother in a small Seacoast apartment, Jenn experienced first hand what food insecurity meant for a family. Now, she is running for State Senate to ease the burdens on NH families in need.

Jeanne Dietsch 
SD-9
A leader in her community, Jeanne has worked tirelessly to help those in her community struggling in the COVID-19 crisis. In the Senate, she is fighting to support working families. 

Shannon Chandley
SD-11
The daughter of a firefighter and a school food service worker, Shannon learned the value of public service early. In the Senate, she is working to end the divisiveness in Concord and find solutions that work for all New Hampshirites.

Melanie Levesque
SD-12
A Nashua native and a businesswoman, in the Senate Melanie fights to advance pressing issues like quality education and economic expansion, all without breaking the bank. 

Jon Morgan
SD-23
Raised in a little apartment on the East side of Manchester, Jon was brought up on Granite State values. In the Senate, Jon is using them to fight to protect working families in NH, not corporate special interests.

Tom Sherman
SD-24
A physician and leader in his community, Tom Sherman has deep experience in both healthcare and in public service. In the Senate he is working to solve New Hampshire’s most critical issues.

Thank you for being in this fight with us. 

Onward,

Andrew


Andrew Grunwald 
Campaigns Director, Future Now Fund


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