Endorsements

I've worked hard during my professional and political career delivering progressive change for New Hampshire residents. I'm extremely proud to earn the support of so many dedicated public servants and organizations. 


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A full list of endorsements includes:

  • Martha Fuller Clark, Current District 21 State Senator
  • Becky McBeath, Current Rockingham District 26 State Representative (Portsmouth)
  • Charlotte DiLorenzo, Current Rockingham District 17 State Representative (Newmarket and Newfields)
  • Michael Cahill, Current Rockingham District 17 State Representative (Newmarket and Newfields)
  • Jeffrey Salloway, Current Strafford District 5 State Representative (Lee)
  • Joshua Query, Current Hillsborough District 16 State Representative (Manchester)
  • Katherine "Kitty" Marple, Durham Leader
  • Henry M. Smith, Former Durham Town Councilor
  • Linda Rhodes, Co-Founder of Indivisible New Hampshire
  • Kristin Jeffrey, Chair, Portsmouth School Board
  • Molly Cowan, Member Exeter Select Board
  • Cliff Lazenby, Current Portsmouth City Councilor and Former Assistant Mayor
  • District 21 Small Business Owners including: Evan Mallett, Jo Kelley, Amanda McSharry, Lisa DeStefano, Jonathan Day, Tyler Goodwin, Brian Murphy, Alyssa Murphy, Tom Bath, Vivien Treacy, and Dagan Migirditch
  • Individual members of the Portsmouth Democrats Committee including: Bernice Brody, Jeff Brody, Leslie Cartier, Katie Kiernan Marble, state Rep. Becky McBeath, Sharon Nichols, City Councilor Ned Raynolds, Jean Spear, William Tucker, Lisa Bellanti, Tyler Goodwin, Joan Jacobs and Michael McCray
  • Current and former members of the Portsmouth City Council including: former Portsmouth City Councilor Nancy Pearson, former Portsmouth City Councilor Josh Denton, former Portsmouth City Councilor Chris Dwyer, Portsmouth City Councilor Cliff Lazenby, former Portsmouth City Councilor Nancy Pearson, former Portsmouth City Councilor Ned Raynolds, and former Portsmouth Mayor Eric Spear
  • Joan Ashwell, Durham Democratic Activist
  • Kathleen Soldati, Portsmouth Democratic Activist
  • Joan Jacobs, Portsmouth Democratic Activist
  • Tyler Goodwin, Portsmouth Democratic Activist
  • Joanne Foster, Portsmouth Democratic Activist
  • Sue Thoresen, Former Portsmouth School Board Member
  • Ralph A. DiBernardo, Sr. and Linda D. DiBernardo, Portsmouth Residents

Opinion/Guest View: Martha Fuller Clark: I endorse Rebecca Perkins Kwoka to carry on my legacy in NH Senate

(SeacoastOnline.com)

August 22 -- Today, I am announcing my enthusiastic support and endorsement of Rebecca Perkins Kwoka for State Senate in District 21. District 21 includes the following communities - Durham, Lee, Madbury, Newfields, Newington, Newmarket and Portsmouth. I know Rebecca will a strong voice in Concord on behalf of every member of those communities. I believe Rebecca is the most qualified candidate to carry on my legacy as your state senator for the past 12 years. She is extremely knowledgeable about energy issues and understands the importance of moving the state forward with regard to renewable energy by lifting the state’s cap on net metering as well as expanding incentives to encourage greater energy efficiency use by our businesses and our homeowners... Read More

- Martha Fuller Clark
Current District 21 State Senator


OPINION/LETTER: Perkins Kwoka will be dedicated to District 21

(SeacoastOnline.com)

Aug. 27 – To the Editor: I write to endorse Rebecca Perkins Kwoka for State Senate. In the midst of my second term as a Portsmouth City Councilor, I have had the privilege of working alongside both candidates seeking the Democratic nomination to represent District 21. While there may be overlap in their policy views, Rebecca has more proven experience representing our community and achieving meaningful results. And a crucial distinction for why Rebecca is the strongest choice for voters throughout our district, she will be 100% devoted to being your State Senator... Read More

- Cliff Lazenby
Current Portsmouth City Councilor


Opinion/Letter: Rebecca Perkins Kwoka is a proven progressive leader

(SeacoastOnline.com)

Aug. 26 -- To the Editor: When Donald Trump was elected president, I was moved to start Indivisible NH to counter Trump’s agenda and push for progressive change. With Election Day 2020 fast approaching, this mission is more important than ever, and not just on the national level. We must work to elect progressive, proven leaders in New Hampshire, and in particular by supporting Rebecca Perkins Kwoka for State Senate in District 21... Read More

- Linda Rhodes
Co-Founder of Indivisible NH


Opinion/Letter: Rebecca Perkins Kwoka will be a champion for equality and women’s rights

(SeacoastOnline.com)

Sept. 1 -- To the Editor: In a seat long held by Sen. Martha Fuller Clark, a powerful champion of equality and women’s rights, the next Senator must be capable of carrying on her legacy. I can’t think of a better person than Rebecca Perkins Kwoka. She is a strong woman, an incredible leader, and someone who has been fighting for equality her entire life... Read More

- Molly Cowan
Vice Chair, Exeter Select Board


Opinion/Letter: Rebecca Perkins Kwoka is the next State Senator we need

(SeacoastOnline.com)

Aug. 31 -- To the Editor: I first met Rebecca Perkins Kwoka at a candidates’ forum in 2017. At that time, I was impressed by the clarity of her presentation, her grasp of the issues and her direct answers to questions. During her tenure as a city councilor she reinforced my original impressions; her stands on major issues were all well thought out and based on facts. Rebecca also showed me that she was a City Councilor who cared about, and engaged with, her constituents. I had written a few emails to the City Council, and she was the only one on the Council who had consistently responded and, more importantly, took action... Read More

- Ken Goldman
Portsmouth


Opinion/Letter: Rebecca Perkins Kwoka will put people over politics

(SeacoastOnline.com)

Sept. 1 -- To the Editor: I support Rebecca Perkins Kwoka for State Senate. Rather than just talking about values and policy, Rebecca embodies them in her service and experience. She has consistently fought for real change, working to improve affordable housing in NH as a City Councilor and working to expand NH’s renewable energy capabilities as a green energy lawyer. We need people like Rebecca in the State Senate, and I hope that you will join me in supporting her on Sept. 8... Read More

- Deb Sugerman
Lee


Victory Fund Endorses 28 More LGBTQ Candidates; More than 300 LGBTQ Candidates Endorsed in 2020

(VictoryFund.org)

Washington, DC – Today LGBTQ Victory Fund, the only national organization dedicated to electing LGBTQ leaders to public office, endorsed 28 more openly LGBTQ candidates for 2020 races. Victory Fund has now endorsed 310 candidates throughout the 2020 cycle, surpassing its previous endorsement record of 274 candidates set in 2018. There are more than 880 known openly LGBTQ candidates who ran or are running this year – the most in U.S. history... Read More

- Victory Fund


Opinion/Letter: I’m proud to endorse Rebecca Perkins Kwoka for NH Senate

(SeacoastOnline.com)

Aug. 31 – To the Editor: I write to wholeheartedly endorse Rebecca Perkins Kwoka for State Senate. I’ve spent much of my time in public service working to expand affordable housing in our state. I served as Commissioner of Newmarket Housing Authority from 2012-2019, and in 2018, I was the recipient of the “Home Matters in NH Award” by Housing Action NH in recognition of my housing advocacy in the NH Legislature. Through this work, I saw firsthand Rebecca’s ability to enact real change... Read More

- Charlottee DiLorenzo
NH State Representative – District 17
Newmarket and Newfields


Perkins Kwoka announces new endorsements of Senate campaign

(SeacoastOnline.com)

Sept. 3 – PORTSMOUTH — The campaign of Rebecca Perkins Kwoka announced a new round of endorsements ahead of the state primary election for Senate District 21 on Tuesday, Sept. 8. The list includes state Rep. Michael Cahill of Newmarket and state Rep. Jeffrey Salloway of Lee. It also includes Linda Rhodes, co-founder of Indivisible New Hampshire; Newfields Democratic activist Paul Bauer, and former Durham Town Councilor Henry Smith.... Read More


Opinion/Letter: Rebecca Perkins Kwoka will be a phenomenal NH senator

(SeacoastOnline.com)

Sept. 1 -- To the Editor: I write to support Rebecca Perkins Kwoka’s candidacy for State Senate. Rebecca is truly one of the most brilliant and hardworking individuals I have ever met. She constantly pushes for bold ideas while remaining policy-oriented, ensuring that she can actually get things done. She cares about her constituents and will make decisions that will benefit us all. Rebecca would be a phenomenal State Senator and I hope you’ll join me in voting for her on Sept. 8... Read More

- Chuck Raye, Portsmouth


Opinion/Letter: Rebecca Perkins Kwoka: A true fighter for our communities

(SeacoastOnline.com)

Aug. 25 -- To the Editor: Rebecca Perkins Kwoka is the type of person you want fighting for you. She genuinely and deeply cares about our community and the people and families that comprise it. As one of her co-workers, I have consistently seen this firsthand. We develop and invest in solar energy projects that will power our green future and are being deployed today due in part to Rebecca’s incredible work ethic and leadership. She is one of the most competent, driven, and dedicated individuals I have ever worked with and I know she’ll bring her unique blend of strengths to the State Senate. I hope you’ll join me in supporting Rebecca on Sept. 8... Read More

- Matt Doubleday, Portsmouth


Opinion/Letter: No doubt Perkins Kwoka will be a great state senator

(SeacoastOnline.com)

Aug. 24 -- To the Editor: I wholeheartedly write to support my friend Rebecca Perkins Kwoka for State Senate. Rebecca is truly a special person, the kind of friend you always want to be around—smart, funny, kind, easy-going, and never a dull moment. And I have no doubt that she’ll be an incredible senator. She truly cares about the wellbeing of our community and will fight to ensure that everyone has a chance to thrive. I urge you to join me in supporting Rebecca on Sept. 8... Read More

- Katy DiPasquale, Portsmouth


OPINION/LETTER: Rebecca Perkins Kwoka has my vote

(SeacoastOnline.com)

Aug. 27 -- To the Editor: When my friend, Rebecca Perkins Kwoka told me she would be running for state Senate, I was thrilled. She is the simply perfect person for the job. Rebecca has been working hard her whole life, beginning in her teens when she worked in her family’s Dairy Queen while managing to earn a scholarship to Dartmouth. After college, when she could’ve pursued a life of luxury and comfort, she instead devoted herself to service. There’s not a day that passes that Rebecca is not fighting to better our communities and I know as Senator, she won’t stop until everyone has a fair shot at a good life. I am beyond excited to support Rebecca on Sept. 8, and I hope you will do the same... Read More

- Drew DiPasquale, Portsmouth


OPINION/LETTER: Perkins Kwoka perfect candidate for State Senate

(SeacoastOnline.com)

Aug. 25 -- To the Editor: I have loved working with Rebecca Perkins Kwoka over the past two years. She is extremely knowledgeable, compassionate, and willing to do whatever it takes to get the job done. I’m constantly inspired by her dedication to her craft and to the people she is serving; Rebecca never takes her responsibilities for granted and will go out of her way to uplift the people around her. She is exactly the type of person you want to work with and the perfect person to serve in the State Senate. I am proud to support Rebecca on Sept. 8... Read More

- Joe Harrison, Portsmouth


OPINION/LETTER: Vote for Rebecca Perkins Kwoka

(SeacoastOnline.com)

Aug. 25 -- To the Editor: In the race to succeed Senator Martha Fuller Clark, only one candidate stands up to the test: Rebecca Perkins Kwoka. She has lived a life of service, whether in the Peace Corps, on the Portsmouth City Council, or her tireless advocacy for affordable housing. She has fought for progressive values day in and day out and most importantly, I know she’ll be able to enact bold, real change in the Senate. And she’s a friend, someone fun to serve with who knows her stuff but always is thoughtful about the long-term consequences of the decisions she is making. I’ve been so impressed with her work ethic since I have known her, and I hope many of you will have the same chance to be impressed. It’s no wonder that Sen. Fuller Clark endorsed Rebecca to succeed her. Join us in supporting Rebecca on Sept. 8... Read More

- Eric Spear
Former Portsmouth Mayor and City Councilor


OPINION/LETTER: 10 small business owners back Rebecca Perkins Kwoka for state Senate

(SeacoastOnline.com)

Aug. 25 - To the Editor: We all write to support Rebecca Perkins Kwoka for Senate District 21. Rebecca would be an excellent sstate Senator because she not only understands the needs of small businesses, but depended on one. Rebecca grew up working in her family’s Dairy Queen in Exeter. By the time she entered high school, she was managing employees and business operations, seeing first hand the tight margins and tough calls you make to survive. She knew intimately how one mishap could set families like hers back for years.. Read More

- Evan Mallett, South Berwick, Maine
Jo Kelley, Portsmouth
Amanda McSharry, Portsmouth
Lisa DeStefano, Portsmouth
Jonathan Day, Kittery, Maine
Tyler Goodwin, Portsmouth
Brian Murphy, Portsmouth
Alyssa Murphy, Portsmouth
Tom Bath, Portsmouth
Vivien Treacy, Portsmouth
Dagan Migirditch, Portsmouth


OPINION/LETTER: Respect and admiration for Rebecca Perkins Kwoka

(SeacoastOnline.com)

Aug. 21 -- To the Editor: Almost three years ago, I penned a letter to the editor in support of Rebecca Perkins Kwoka and her bid to remain on the Portsmouth City Council. I wrote about how I admired her approach to public service, how she is always incredibly thoughtful, approachable, and unafraid to take action. Since then, my appreciation for her has only deepened. Rebecca truly cares about the communities that she serves and will stop at nothing to ensure that everyone in our state has the opportunity to thrive. That’s why I’m so thrilled that Rebecca wants to continue her service in Concord, where I know she will help our communities to recover from the COVID-19 pandemic and build a more prosperous future. I ask that you join me in voting for Rebecca for State Senate on Tuesday, Sept. 8... Read More

- Bernice Brody, Portsmouth


OPINION/LETTER: Perkins Kwoka best choice for Senate

(SeacoastOnline.com)

August 24 -- To the Editor: It's a lot of work. That’s what I told the candidates running for state Senate District 21. Amongst their 50k constituents, there are individuals and groups concerned about a variety of issues seeking legislative solutions or assistance with a state agency. There are 18 state representatives within the district hoping you’ll support their bills as they move through one of the three Senate committees you’re assigned to. We’ll ask you to cosponsor legislation and perhaps testify before whatever committees the subject matter determines... ... Read More

- Michael Cahill
State Representative, Newmarket


Perkins Kwoka announces endorsements in state Senate race

(SeacoastOnline.com)

August 20 -- PORTSMOUTH — Rebecca Perkins Kwoka announced a dozen leaders, including state representatives, have endorsed her in the Democratic primary for the state Senate District 21 seat... Read More


Opinion/Letter: I’m impressed by Rebecca Perkins Kwoka’s history of service

(SeacoastOnline.com)

Aug. 11 -- To the Editor: Vote Kwoka! In her letter to Foster’s (Aug. 6) Kitty Marple, Chair of Durham Town Council, states: “Rebecca Perkins-Kwoka is working especially for those who are employed in our communities but cannot afford to live here.” I have read much about Ms. Kwoka’s impressive background... Read More

- Henry M. Smith
Former Durham Town Councilor


Letter: I look forward to voting for Rebecca Perkins Kwoka in the Senate District 21 primary

(SeacoastOnline.com)

Aug. 17 -- To the Editor: I have worked in Portsmouth for over 45 years, am a resident, and love the city. That’s why I wanted to tell you about my support for Rebecca Perkins Kwoka’s candidacy for State Senate in our district. I recently heard from Rebecca at a Zoom event about her campaign and was very impressed... Read More

- Robin Albert Lehman


Letter: Rebecca Perkins Kwoka has shown true leadership on affordable housing

(SeacoastOnline.com)

Aug. 15 -- To the Editor: I’ve spent my life working in design and development, creating spaces where people can live, gather and share for years. I know intimately the value of having a comfortable, affordable place to call home. As a Portsmouth native, and a business owner, I recognize how crucial housing is to... Read More

- Lisa DeStefano
Principal & Architect at DeStefano Maugel Architects


Letter: I’m honored to support Perkins-Kwoka for State Senate District 21

(SeacoastOnline.com)

Aug. 5 -- To the Editor: The experience and actions of candidates for office matter more than lofty words and good intentions. I am honored to support Rebecca Perkins Kwoka to represent District 21 in the State Senate. Rebecca is no stranger to hard work and public service. By the age of 15, she was working 30+ hours to help her single mother run their family-owned Dairy Queen—all while juggling a rigorous academic schedule at Phillips Exeter. Her drive paid off, earning a spot at Dartmouth and Cornell Law... Read More

- Joanne Foster


Letter: I support Rebecca Perkins Kwoka's historic candidacy

(SeacoastOnline.com)

July 18 -- To the Editor: I wholeheartedly support Rebecca Perkins Kwoka’s historic campaign for State Senate in District 21. Rebecca, in addition to being a remarkably qualified and dedicated public servant with a long record of advocacy, would be the first openly LGBTQ woman ever elected to the New Hampshire State Senate. And as a mother of a young child, she would join a State Senate without a single young mother in it. These things matter. As legislators, it is our job to make sure that we represent our constituents, and to do that well we must look like and understand the lived experience of our constituents... Read More

- Rep. Joshua Query
Chair of the NH Legislative LGBTQ Caucus
State Representative, Hillsborough 16 Manchester W.9


Letter: Rebecca Perkins Kwoka is a proven leader

(SeacoastOnline.com)

Aug. 3 -- To the Editor: I enthusiastically write to endorse Rebecca Perkins Kwoka to represent District 21 in the State Senate. She has a compelling life story and is very capable of focusing on the work necessary to help steer the ship in the State Senate. As a fellow public servant, I am impressed by Rebecca’s devotion to bettering our communities. After graduating from Cornell Law School, she put her degree to good use, working as a green energy lawyer to protect our environment and create a more prosperous future... Read More

- Katherine “Kitty” Marple
Durham Town Councilor


Emily's List Endorses Rebecca Perkins Kwoka

(EmilysList.org)

July 23 -- “Rebecca’s diverse experiences as a small business development volunteer, a legislative coordinator at the statewide level, a grassroots coordinator at the federal level, a nonprofit advocate, and a workforce housing defender make her a phenomenal candidate to represent District 21 in the state Senate,” said Geri Prado, vice president of state and local campaigns at EMILY's List. “EMILY’s List is thrilled to support Rebecca’s state Senate campaign so that she can continue her public service and advocacy in the legislature... Read More

- Geri Prado, vice president of state local campaigns, EMILY's List


Letter: Rebecca Perkins Kwoka for NH Senate

(SeacoastOnline.com)

July 12 -- To the Editor: Driving up, down and across New Hampshire you learn a lot about the other people in you carpool. That is how I got to know Rebecca Perkins Kwoka, commuting to our monthly Leadership New Hampshire session days in 2017. In addition to her insightful contributions to our NH Leadership class, as she pulled from a wealth of knowledge in law, housing advocacy, renewable energy and the interesting Portsmouth City Council dynamics, I realized she was just getting started. When I heard Perkins Kwoka was running for State Senate, it sounded right... Read More

- Steven Borne


Letter: Let me tell you about the remarkable Rebecca Perkins Kwoka

(SeacoastOnline.com)

July 10 -- To the Editor: I’ve been a registered Democrat my entire life. I’m a politics super fan and look forward to every Election Day, where you’ll usually find me holding a sign. These days, politics is not for the timid, and more often than not, involves a lot of heartache. Every once in a while, though, there are bright moments. This year, Democrats in District 21 have the opportunity to vote for a once-in-a-generation candidate on Primary Day. Please let me tell you about the remarkable Rebecca Perkins Kwoka, who is running for State Senate... Read More

- Nancy Pearson
Former Portsmouth City Councilor


Perkins Kwoka gets unanimous support from officers of Portsmouth Democrats' Executive Committee

(SeacoastOnline.com)

July 13 – The officers of the Portsmouth Democrats Executive Committee have unanimously endorsed Rebecca Perkins Kwoka for state Senate in District 21. District 21 is made up of Durham, Lee, Madbury, Newfields, Newington, Newmarket and Portsmouth. Officers include Laurie McCray, chair; Barbara DeStefano, vice chair; Shanika Amarakoon, secretary; and Brian Wazlaw, treasurer. Though the committee as a whole does not endorse in Democratic primaries, the officers and a majority of members of the Executive Committee, as well as the majority of local party delegates to the state convention, have said they were excited to individually support Kwoka, of Portsmouth, for state Senate... Read More

- 16 individual members of the Portsmouth Democrats’ Executive Committee


Letter: Perkins Kwoka will keep state Senate on a progressive path

(SeacoastOnline.com)

June 21 -- To the Editor: We all owe Martha Fuller Clark a huge debt of gratitude for her years of service and leadership on our behalf. I believe Rebecca Perkins Kwoka has the qualities we need to keep Senate District 21 on a progressive path. I have been impressed by her integrity, grit, work ethic, and good heart. Her expertise in solar power will be a huge asset in helping NH deal with the effects of climate change. I appreciate her work as a city councilor and in housing advocacy at the state level... Read More

- Joan Jacobs
Democratic Activist


Letter: I support Rebecca Perkins Kwoka for state Senate

(SeacoastOnline.com)

June 12 -- To the Editor: I am excited to support Rebecca Perkins Kwoka for state Senate because she is an innovative thinker, a hard worker, and an important voice to represent us. Our community and our state are facing the challenge of attracting and retaining young professionals. We need people of all ages involved in decision-making in our state. Through her work on affordable housing, Rebecca has advocated for better housing stock to ensure young people can afford to live in our city. As a young candidate with impressive experience and the grit to get things done, Rebecca would be an excellent Senator for the 21st district... Read More

- Tyler Goodwin


Letter: Support Rebecca Perkins Kwoka for state Senate

(SeacoastOnline.com)

June 12 -- To the Editor: As a fellow public servant and working mother, I enthusiastically endorse Rebecca Perkins Kwoka for State Senate in the 21st district. I have seen firsthand Rebecca's commitment to the civic arena in her time as a City Councilor. She advocated tirelessly for the residents of Portsmouth while managing a busy family life, a challenging balance I know well. While we have a remarkable tradition of women leaders in our state, there is still a long way to go with representation of working mothers in politics... Read More

- Becky McBeath
State Representative District 26, Portsmouth Ward 2


Letter: Rebecca Perkins Kwoka is ideal replacement for Sen. Fuller Clark

(SeacoastOnline.com)

June 11 -- To the Editor: We are pleased to learn that Rebecca Perkins Kwoka is running for the New Hampshire State Senate seat that Martha Fuller Clark is retiring from. Rebecca is intelligent, caring, articulate and as a practicing attorney well versed in our state and federal laws. She is the perfect replacement for Martha who worked diligently for Portsmouth citizens. We are happy to support Rebecca and encourage all Portsmouth residents to do so also. Ralph A. DiBernardo, Sr., Linda D. DiBernardo Portsmouth... Read More

- Ralph A. DiBernardo, Sr., Linda D. DiBernardo


Letter: Rebecca Perkins Kwoka would serve the Seacoast well in state senate

(SeacoastOnline.com)

June 10 -- To the Editor: Re Rebecca Perkins Kwoka I too noticed the "McIntyre 7" endorsed Rebecca Perkins Kwoka for District 21 State Senator, so I was not surprised by Claire Prout's reaction. I believe that during the McIntyre hearings, the previous Council appeared not to be listening to the residents, became arrogant and acted superior to the rest of us. All of their previous good work was forgotten at the election. I voted for people on both sides of that issue and I voted for Rebecca. I think she does listen and would be a superb state senator in Martha Fuller Clark's model... Read More

- Sue Thoresen


Current and former mayors, councilors urge Perkins Kwoka to run for state senate

(SeacoastOnline.com)

June 2 -- To the Editor: We greatly appreciate what Senator Martha Fuller Clark has done for the Seacoast and New Hampshire in her 30-plus years of public service. We are a better state because of her activism and leadership, and although she is retiring from the State Senate, we know she will continue to make... Read More

- Former Portsmouth Mayor Jack Blalock, former Portsmouth City Councilor Josh Denton, former Portsmouth City Councilor Chris Dwyer, Portsmouth City Councilor Cliff Lazenby, former Portsmouth Mayor Steve Marchand, former Portsmouth City Councilor Nancy Pearson, former Portsmouth City Councilor Ned Raynolds, former Portsmouth Mayor Eric Spear




 

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