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Received this e-mail today from Senator Jeanne Shaheen's (D. NH) campaign:

Earlier this week, we aired our latest TV ad. It's about my fight to bring much-needed relief to New Hampshire students and families. The Bank on Students Emergency Loan Refinancing Act would let student and graduates refinance their loans - just like you can a mortgage or car loan.

This is so important, especially in New Hampshire, where we have the second highest level of student loan debt in the country. Granite State students graduate with $33,000 in debt on average. That is wrong.

And I'm fighting to fix it.

Here's the ad. It's called "Burden." I hope you will watch, share and join this fight:

Thank you so much for standing by me. Our campaign wouldn’t be as strong as it is without you.


Click here to watch the ad again and please do share it:

Originally posted to pdc on Wed Jul 23, 2014 at 01:42 PM PDT.

Also republished by Take New Hampshire Forward!, Youth Kos 2.0, and The Democratic Wing of the Democratic Party.

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    by poopdogcomedy on Wed Jul 23, 2014 at 01:42:14 PM PDT

  •  Americans for prosperity (0+ / 0-)

    are pounding ads up here for the lovely and amazing S. Brown.

    I think they are just going thru the motions since the ads have not changed in a couple of months.

    Jeannie's new ad is fresh and to the point, with a message that resonates with the kids coming up and their parents.

    It feels like a sure thing for her for the win.

    'How like fish we are: ready, nay, eager, to seize upon whatever new thing.......And how we rue our haste, finding the gilded morsel to contain a hook". ALDO LEOPOLD - A Sand County Almanac

    by flowerfarmer on Wed Jul 23, 2014 at 04:10:22 PM PDT

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