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The Concord Monitor February 6, 2020
Childhood sexual assault survivor Tina Smith is frustrated that issues central to the fight against domestic and sexual abuse – including economic empowerment, transitional housing and prevention education – are often absent from presidential candidates’ stump speeches and the national debate stage.
“My true passion is to make sure that what I experienced as a victim doesn’t happen to another little girl,” Smith said during a recent interview in her hometown of Concord. “I want to hear or know that they share my concerns.”
Smith has been attending a series of candidate forums hosted by the New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence since last summer. She has asked pointed questions and offered a little education, too.