Right to Work Rally May 25 at Statehouse

What: Rally in support of Right to Work
When: Wednesday, May 25, 2011 7:30 AM – 9:00 AM
Where: New Hampshire State House
107 North Main Street
Concord, NH 03303

Right to Work is the most important piece of legislation for the future health of the New Hampshire economy that will be considered in this session or any other session. This strikes at the heart of what it means to be free. Please show your support for New Hampshire’s hard working families by supporting Right to Work on May 25, 2011 in front of the State House.


1. Over 10 years, Right to Work states a dded 1.5 million private sector jobs. Over the same 10 years, non-Right to Work states lost 1.8 million private sector jobs.

2. Public employees’ unions require non-union members to pay dues as a condition of employment.

3. Nearly 2/3 of public union dues are funneled to Democratic Party campaigns, resulting in forced political speech for non-union members.

4. Gov. John Lynch vetoed RTW (HB 474) in New Hampshire, after taking $112,000 in union contributions.

The bottom line is that Right to Work states are more prosperous and are fairer to non-union members, which is why the unions do not want you to show up on Wednesday May 25.

Whether you are Republican, Independent, TEA Party, or a fiscal conservative, this is important for our future as a State, and we invite you to support this important veto override.

The Unions will be busing in their membership, so it is important to have big numbers representing the tax payer!! If unable to attend, be sure to call you State Reps and let them know you want them to over ride the Governor’s Veto. Find your rep using this link: http://www.gencourt.state.nh.us/house/members/wml.aspx

Note: Contrary to what you might have heard, the RTW legislation does NOT erase the right to FORM a union, it only prevents the union from REQUIRING that all workers belong as a condition of employment.