The NHRebellion Marches from Meredith to Laconia to Canterbury, Joined in Laconia by Ben and Jerry's Founder
Pinkham Notch, NH — On Saturday January 18th Ben and Jerry's founder Ben Cohen will join the eighth day of an 185 mile walk across New Hampshire for campaign finance reform led by Harvard Law School professor Lawrence Lessig. The goal of the New Hampshire Rebellion is to recruit more citizens of New Hampshire to ask just one simple question of all 2016 presidential candidates: How will you end the system of corruption in Washington?
New Hampshire is in a unique position to restore integrity, transparency, and responsibility to a broken and corrupt political system. The NH Rebellion is a movement to leverage that opportunity. The facts are simple: New Hampshire holds the first presidential primary, the voters of New Hampshire are fiercely independent, and New Hampshire is one of the only states that has an express right of the people to revolution within its Constitution. These three facts have led to the launch the NH Rebellion.
To see a video of day two of the walk, click here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vu_xaenVTnw
A full, daily itinerary for the walk is available here: http://www.nhrebellion.org/info
To learn more about the NH Rebellion please visit: http://www.nhrebellion.org/petition. You can also follow us on Twitter @nhrebellion and on Facebook at: facebook.com/nhrebellion.