Share Your Low Wage Story
It's a disgrace that NH has no minimum wage, and workers in the Granite State can be paid as little as $7.25 an hour, our federal minimum wage. No legislators should be able to run for office in New Hampshire without answering to the needs of the people of the state. We cannot live on $7.25 an hour.

This form is a guide for Granite Staters who are ready to share their story and see it make an impact. Consider the questions below and be as specific as possible in the details as you reflect on the stories you want to share with the community, the media, and with candidates.

Your story can be shared on social media and in outreach to legislators. We can share your story anonymously with your town name, with your first name and last initial and your town name, or with your full name and photo. Below, you can tell us which you prefer.

Questions? Contact Isaac Grimm at isaac@radnh.org

Name *
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Phone Number *
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E-mail address *
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City or Town name *
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Age *
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What low wage work have you done? How did the low wages effect you, your life, your family, or your future?
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Are there any specific stories that stand out to you about what it was like to do low wage work or to live on a low wage income?
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If you were to talk directly to the decision makers in this state, what would you say to them or want them to know about your life and your experiences in low wage work?
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How would your life have been or be different if you were paid a living wage?
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As we share your story, would you like to remain anonymous, or can we use your first name and last initial, along with your city or town? Are you willing to have your photo accompany your story?
Are you willing to represent RAD and be interviewed by the press or speak directly to political officials?
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