To help begin a positive conversation during the turmoil in Littleton, a consultant for a nonprofit, nonpartisan group called The People is scheduled to visit the town on Jan. 4. Part of its New Hampshire Together Collection, which launches a series of community conversations across the Granite State to find common ground and solutions on top issues in communities, the event is scheduled from 5 to 7 p.m. at the Littleton Community Center. Following the division of the 2016 presidential election and frustration with the current two-party political system, The People was founded in 2016 by conservative pollster Frank Luntz, social activist and actor Andrew Shue, and television producer Patty Wolfe. Spreading to more states, the group’s work seeks to find the root causes of problems, get people of different opinions in one room, and come up with consensus, compromise, and non-partisan solutions.
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