Your daughter can be NH's 'Governor for a Day'




Gov. Chris Sununu has launched the "Governor for a Day" competition.

In partnership with Girls Inc., Girl Scouts, and Granite Girls State, the Governor for a Day competition presents New Hampshire girls in  middle and high school with a unique opportunity to participate in the Granite State's proud tradition of public service.

“As the father of a young daughter, it is important that the next generation of leaders in New Hampshire feel empowered to lead,” said Governor Chris Sununu. “The Granite State has a long and proud tradition of public service, and we have to ensure that it stays that way for generations to come. The Governor for a Day competition is a unique opportunity for the next generation to explore their passion for one of our proudest traditions.”

How to apply:

The competition is open to girls in middle and high school in New Hampshire. Interested applicants should send in their answer to the question “If I were Governor for a Day, I would…” to GovernorForADay@nh.gov by April 30 at 5 p.m. Video submissions can be sent as a private message to Governor Sununu’s Facebook messenger account. Videos should be no more than one minute, and written responses should be no more than 250 words.

Or they may mail their answer to:

“Governor For A Day”

c/o Governor Chris Sununu

107 North Main Street

Concord, NH 03301

Applicants should  be sure to include the following information:

  • Name
  • Age
  • Organization/School
  • Grade
  • Home Address
  • Phone Number
  • Email Address
  • Teacher Contact Information
  • Parent or Guardian Name

Note: Individual submissions not associated with Girls Inc., Girl Scouts, or Granite Girls State are also accepted. We will not accept flash-drives or cd-disks via mail. All video submissions must be made through Facebook. 

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