President Trump posed for a photo with Emma Nozell, left, and her sister, Addy Nozell, in Laconia, N. H., in July 2015. You snagged selfies with each candidate in the 2016 presidential campaign. Now, her mother, Wendy Thomas, is running its own campaign for state office in New Hampshire.
A New Hampshire mom piggyback off their daughters as ” very contemporary celebrity to run for office.
Wendy Thomas’ daughters, remained selfies with each candidate in the 2016 presidential campaign.
Now the mom is going to set a good example by using your own campaign for national office.
Thomas, a Democrat from Merrimack, is running for a seat in the New Hampshire house. The city is currently represented by seven Republicans.
In the lead-up to New Hampshire last elections, their teenage daughters, Addy and Emma Nozell was known for always candidates to pose with them for photos.
The girls said that their parents had always made a point to take them to political events, and the family is often the problems that you heard discussed over dinner.
Thomas said the experience was uplifting for both you and your daughters, and she wants to show you, to intensify that any change requires people.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.
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