Mindi Messmer will fight for us in Congress
Send a cancer fighter to Congress
The voters in the first district are ready to send a message to the nation that our democratic process works. We pay attention and know what we want. We know when our seats are being bought by people that have moved here to represent us, but don’t know us.
To the Editor: Mindi vows ‘never again’ to another Flint water crisis
To the Editor: I support Mindi Messmer, a scientist and cancer fighter, in her run for Congress. She is an accomplished geologist with expertise in environmental toxins. She uncovered a rare pediatric cancer cluster at the Seacoast in 2014, and leads the work on understanding PFOA water contamination in the Seacoast area. In February, she received a leadership award in cancer prevention from Less Cancer, a national organization.
Fellow Representative Jerry Knirk Endorses Mindi Messmer for Congress
Mindi Messmer, who is running for the NH01 Congressional seat, has vowed that, “Every American has a right to clean air and clean water. In Congress, I will continue to fight lobbyists, the administration, and special interests to safeguard and reform regulations and policies meant to prevent cancer and chronic illness.” She is working to change the way legislators consider the cost of not implementing stricter policies for contaminated drinking water by considering medical costs to address cancer and chronic disease if toxins are not filtered out of water. She is also trying to change the way we develop drinking water standards by focusing on effects on the most vulnerable, the children, and by markedly lowering the acceptable rates of cancer.
Debunking idiocy with scientific facts
"We have wonderfully accomplished women in our Legislature.
We are lucky that she was able to follow her passion and make such important contributions. Now we need to get her elected to Congress to continue to fight for policy based on good science."
Letter to the Editor: Messmer for Congress
Scientists have been expressing concerns about the detrimental effect of fossil fuels on the planet from at least as far back as 1912 as evidenced by a 14 August 1912 article in a New Zealand newspaper, headlined “Coal Consumption Affecting Climate,” which read:
Messmer is my choice for Congress
"I support Mindi Messmer for Congress because Mindi embodies what it truly means to be a representative of the people and has proven herself a steadfast champion of the people of the district she serves as a NH State Representative. Mindi is a fighter and a no-nonsense candidate who we can trust to keep her promises. Mindi refuses to accept any money from corporations or DC Lobbyists and cannot be bought."
In 2018, Democratic primary voters in the 1st Congressional district will have several excellent candidates to choose from. But Mindi Messmer has clearly separated herself from field.