How to Get Involved
The Conservative Committee is successful because members are involved. There are several ways to support the Committee:
Constitutional Amendment Statement
Conservative Member Committee: The Committee shall be responsible for engaging conservative SEA members in the union on as many levels as possible, in order to access the expertise, energy, and enthusiasm of these members. The Committee will work closely with the political department to develop positive relationships with union-friendly conservative legislators, and through these relationships develop other conservative legislators in the NH House and Senate.
Use critical thinking in a focused and creative process to influence the overall performance of our union as we work toward the shared goals of improving wages, benefits, and working conditions for all New Hampshire state employees.
Develop conservative candidates for public office, obtain endorsements through established internal processes, and get candidates elected by working with the SEA and the GOP. Help elected officials make good decisions by maintaining ongoing relationships.
Through these actions, improve life for our families, communities, and state.
Increase awareness of conservative SEA issues within the SEA and the public. Use our size within the SEA to help drive gains in wages, benefits, and working conditions. Develop and grow positive relationships with conservative legislators. Drive a thoughtful, creative, and focused political agenda through increased lobbying efforts with Republicans in the General Court.
The Conservative Member Committee always makes an effort to bring conservative leaders and legislators to SEA. In 2020, we invited over 15 conservative candidates for local, state, and national offices for an interview with our committee. Six of these candidates were endorsed by the Conservative Member Committee.
|Donald J. Trump||U.S. President||Invited|
|Chris Sununu||NH Governor||Interviewed|
|Karen Testerman||GOP Primary Candidate for NH Governor||Interviewed|
|Gov. Bill Weld||GOP Primary Candidate for U.S. President||Invited|
|Matt Mowers||Candidate for U.S. House, District 1||Interviewed|
|Matt Mayberry||GOP Primary Candidate for U.S. House, District 1||Interviewed|
|Steve Negron||Candidate for U.S. House, District 2||Interviewed|
|Mark Pearson||NH House||Endorsed|
|Stephen Pearson||NH House||Endorsed|
|Troy Merner||NH House||Endorsed|
|Brian Chirichiello||Rockingham Co. Commissioner, District 3||Endorsed|
|James Allard||NH House||Endorsed|
|John Klose||NH House||Endorsed|
|Don Bolduc||GOP Primary Candidate for U.S. Senate||Interviewed|
|Lynne Ferarri Blankenbecker||GOP Primary Candidate for U.S. House, District 2||Interviewed|
|Max Abramson||NH House||Interviewed|
Download our flyer for the conservative member committee and encourage your fellow union members to attend! Meetings are at the SEA office on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at 5 p.m. Teleconferencing option is available. For more information contact Cullen Tiernan or Randy Hunneyman at 603.271.3411.
Download The Conservative Voice newsletter and learn more about our mission, goals, and purpose.
- The Conservative Voice – December
- The Conservative Voice – October
- The Conservative Voice – August
- The Conservative Voice – June
- The Conservative Voice – May
Fact Sheets On Important Conservative Member Issues
- Sununu Youth Service Center
- Outside Contracting at the Department of Education
- Right to Work
- Right to Work Backgrounder
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