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Union Leader April 25, 2019
“People underestimate how important issues of domestic and sexual violence are to voters in New Hampshire and across the country. A recent bipartisan poll shows that an overwhelming majority of voters in the Granite State believe that victims of crime deserve meaningful rights,” said Amanda Grady Sexton, director of public affairs for the New Hampshire Coalition Against Domestic and Sexual Violence.
Every candidate needs to focus on this issue, she said.
“We’re all evolving in our understanding of these issues and the coalition looks forward to having a conversation with every candidate about how they can address domestic and sexual violence in a way that is trauma-informed and considerate of survivors’ experiences,” Grady Sexton said. “It’s critical that each candidate understand the importance of enacting policies that support the rights of victims and prioritizes public safety.”