Gubernatorial candidate series will look at civil liberties

CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — A “Civil Liberties and the Corner Office” conversation series with state gubernatorial candidates is being hosted by the ACLU of New Hampshire and the Warren B. Rudman Center at the UNH Franklin Pierce School of Law.

Candidates will be given the chance to discuss their vision and plans for the advancement of civil rights in New Hampshire.

The series is scheduled to start on Monday, Aug. 10, with Andru Volinksy and on Thursday, Aug. 13, with Dan Feltes, both Democrats. The sessions are scheduled to start at 6:30 p.m. and will take place virtually on Zoom.

The one-hour program will include audience questions, and is open to news media.

The ACLU of New Hampshire, the University of New Hampshire School of Law, and the Warren B. Rudman Center are nonpartisan and do not endorse or oppose candidates.