Based in Concord, New Hampshire, the NH Rebellion is part of Open Democracy and works closely with reform-minded citizens and groups on both the Right and Left to stop the corrupting influence of big-money in politics.
NH Rebellion is supported by many leading civic and business leaders from across the political spectrum in order to restore political equality for all and an open, honest, and trusted government "of, by, and for the people", free from the corruption of big-money politics. Leaders write letters and op-eds; conduct interviews and candidate conversations; hold house parties and special events; speak at Rotaries, libraries, and town halls.
To request an interview or invite a leader to speak at an event, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Olivia Zink, Executive director, Open Democracy
Doreen Desmarais, Consultant, Open Democracy
Eden Gebeyehu, Democracy Fellows Intern - 2017
Jordan Cozby, Democracy Fellows Intern - 2017
Kazi Ateea, Democracy Fellows Intern -2017
Bess Mosley, Seacoast Republican Women's Club
Bill Gillett, Dean of Southern New Hampshire University School of Business; Past President of RiverStone Resources
Brad Cook, Partner and Past President of Sheehan Phinney Law Firm; Chair of the New Hampshire Ballot Law Commission
Bruce Mallory, Director of New Hampshire Listens; former Provost of the University of New Hampshire
Eleanor Dunfey-Freiburger, Chair of the Global Citizens Circle; University Professor of Ethics and Civic Engagement at SNHU
Eric MacLeish, Attorney and Chairman Emeritus of the Massachusetts 9/11 Fund
Hon. John Broderick, Former Chief Justice of the New Hampshire Supreme Court; founding Dean of UNH Law School
Hon. Paul Hodes, Former Member of Congress (D-NH); founder of the Economic Innovation Institute
Joe Magruder, Former News Editor, Associated Press of New Hampshire
Lew Feldstein, Past President of the NH Charitable Foundation; co-author of Better Together: Restoring the American Community
Lillye Ramos Spooner, Former Member of the NH Commission on the Status of Women
Peter Vandermark, Retired professor, Boston University
Phil Nazzaro, Chair, Newmarket Town Council; former Republican candidate for State Senate
Robert Lucic, Partner at Sheehan Phinney Bass + Green
Stephen Reno, Executive Director of Leadership New Hampshire; former Chancellor of the University System of NH