Sen. Joe Lieberman 

New Hampshire Travel [calendar]
32 visits, 65 days

2004
-Son Matt Lieberman is scheduled to campaign in NH on January 13-14, 2004.  On late morning and early afternoon of January 13 he plans to greet local residents on a main street walk in Dover starting at Baldface Books; greet local residents at Harvey's Coffee Shop in Dover; and speak to students at the RISE-IDEA Early Intervention Center at Oyster River High School in Durham.  On late morning and early afternoon of January 14 he plans to greet local residents at Janet's Roadside Cafe in Enfield; speak to seniors at Upper Valley Senior Center in Lebanon; and greet local residents on a main street walk in Hanover starting at Dirt Cowboy Cafe.
 

-Connecticut Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro is scheduled to campaign for Sen. Lieberman in NH on January 13, 2004.  She plans to meet local residents in Wilton on a Main Street walk starting at Hayward's Trading Post; speak to seniors at West Side Senior Center in Manchester; and speak to parents and administrators at the RISE-IDEA Early Intervention Center in Keene.
 

-Connecticut Democratic Chair George Jepson is scheduled to campaign for Sen. Lieberman in NH on January 11, 2004.  He plans to greet veterans with Manchester Alderman Mike Lopez at the American Legion Sweeney Post in Manchester, then join Lieberman for the endorsement announcement at Manchester headquarters. 
 

-Sen. Lieberman visited NH on January 7-11, 2004.
Starting on the afternoon of January 7 he gave a major speech framing the choice facing voters at BAE in Nashua; attended a house party at the home of Kerry Stap in Windham; held a town hall meeting at Marion Gerrish Community Center in Derry; and addressed staff and supporters at the campaign's Manchester headquarters on Elm Street.
On January 8 he shared a "Cup of Joe" with patrons at Rolands in Nashua; held a town hall at Peterborough Library; spoke at the College Convention 2004 at the Center of New Hampshire Holiday Inn in Manchester; discussed economic innovation plans at the Press Room Restaurant in Portsmouth; greeted local activists at a house party hosted by Margaret Talcott and Scott Scharer in Exeter; and spoke at the presidential forum at Temple Beth Jacob in Concord.
On the morning and early afternoon of January 9 he shared a "Cup of Joe" with patrons at In a Pinch in Concord; unveiled a new plan to protect privacy and promote government openness at Orr and Reno Law Firm in Concord; met with local patrons at The Soda Shoppe at Laconia Mall in Laconia; discussed Social Security and Medicare with seniors at Waldron Towers in Dover.  Late Friday and Saturday he observed the Sabbath.
On the evening of January 10 he greeted local activists at a house party hosted by Dick and Katrina Swett at their home in Bow.
On January 11 he announced the "Independents for Joe" steering committee, co-chaired by former New Hampshire Attorney General Greg Smith (1980-84), at the campaign's Manchester headquarters.  [to Iowa for debate].
 

-Hadassah Lieberman is scheduled to visit NH, January 7-?, 2004, doing a"County Days with Hadassah Tour." 
Starting late afternoon on January 7 in Portsmouth she plans to tour and speak with employees at the Feminist Health Center of Portsmouth; greet local residents on a Main Street walk starting at Lovell Designs, Inc.; and participate in a Womenís Business Center event at Fleet Bank.  (Rockingham County).
On January 8 she plans to tour and speak to employees at Stafford Community Partnership, a mental health home in Rochester; meet with residents at Homemakers of Strafford County, a senior center in Rochester; meet with residents at Sunbridge Langdon Place, a senior home in Dover; meet with residents at Rochester Manor, a senior home in Rochester; meet with residents at Wentworth Home, a senior home in Dover; and visit the after school program at Seymour Osman Community Center in Dover.  (Strafford County).
On January 9 she plans to visit with students at Kids Inn in Amherst; and meet with residents at Aynsley Place Retirement Community in Nashua.  (Hillsborough County). 
On January 11 she plans to greet local residents at Center Harbor Diner in Moultonborough; greet residents at Ellacoya Country Store in Gilford; and greet residents at the diner at 1331 Union Avenue in Laconia.  (Belknap County).
(January 13 Delaware)
 

-Sen. Lieberman and Hadassah visited NH on January 5, 2004.  He shared a "Cup of Joe" with Patrons at Tilt'n Diner in Tilton; discussed healthcare costs with workers at Belknap Tire in Laconia; participated in a roundtable discussion on healthcare quality at Lilac City Pediatrics in Rochester; Hadassah joined him and they hosted a town meeting at Raymond High School in Raymond; he spoke at the New England Community Action Association 2004 Presidential Forum at Sheraton Tara in Nashua; they attended a house party at Medford Farms Retirement Community in Goffstown; and attended a house party at the home of Jane Little in Milford.
 

-Sen. Lieberman and wife Hadassah visited NH on January 1-2, 2004.  On January 1 in Manchester he and Hadassah met local residents and watched football games at Jillian's Billiard Club; met local residents and watched football games at Billy's Sports Bar & Grill; [a planned stop at Amoskeag Bingo was cancelled due to a time crunch]; hosted a house party at their new apartment; and attended a house party at the home of Bob and Frances Shaine.  On January 2 they meet local residents at Blake's Diner; met "Clinton Pen Pal" Mary Hill and local residents at Mamos Market in Concord; and held a roundtable discussion on domestic violence at the home of Bob & Pam Bournival in Bedford.
 

2003: 23 visits, 47 days.
-Sen. Chris Dodd, honorary national chairman of Liebermanís campaign, is scheduled to campaign for Sen. Lieberman in NH on December 30, 2003.  He plans to greet local residents at Aliciaís Diner in Pelham; speak to Nashua Rotary Club at the Crown Plaza Hotel in Nashua; greet local residents on a Main Street walk at Market Square in Postsmouth; and greet volunteers at the campaign's Portsmouth office.. 
 

-Sen. Lieberman visited NH on December 28, 2003, a trip featuring brief stops at various restaurants.  Starting at noon he greeted local residents at The Gateway Restaurant in Somersworth; greeted local residents at Owl's Nest Cottages Store & Restaurant in Alton Bay; greet local residents at Hart's Turkey Farm (restaurant) in Meredith; greeted local residents at Windmill Family Restaurant in Concord; greeted local residents at Manchester Bingo Center in Manchester; and met local activists at a house party at the home of Perry and Jan Silver in Nashua.
 

-Sen. Lieberman visited NH on December 21-23, 2003.
On December 21 he greeted local residents at Old Salt Eating & Drinking Place in Hampton; met with activists at a house party at the home of John Henriquez in Portsmouth; greeted local residents at Gibson's Book Store in Concord; attended the Chanukah Extravaganza at Jewish Federation of Greater Manchester; greeted local residents at Candia House of Pizza in Candia; attended a tree lighting ceremony at Mason Hall in Candia; and met local residents at PJ O'Sullivan's in Manchester.
On the early afternoon of December 22 he moved into the new apartment with help from son Matt; and in the evening greet local activists at a house party at the home of Lisa and John Bredberg in Rindge.  Lieberman met with two editorial boards on this day as well.
On December 23 he visited and dropped off supplies for troops at American Legion Post 79 in Manchester; and served food to the homeless at Screven Baptist Church Food Pantry & Soup Kitchen in Portsmouth and made remarks on the role of faith in public life afterwards.
 

-Hadassah Lieberman is scheduled to visit NH on December 18, 2003.  She planned to pick up the keys to the Lieberman family apartment in Manchester; greet locals at the Merrimack Restaurant in Manchester; and open the campaign's regional office at 20 Tremont Square in Claremont.  (This trip was originally scheduled for December 15, 2003).
 

-Sen. Lieberman visited NH on December 16, 2003At mid-day he  delivered a major economic and foreign policy speech highlighting the differences between himself and Howard Dean at Electropac Co. Inc. in Manchester; [gap]; and in the early evening he visited with diners at Martha's Exchange in Nashua.
 

-Daughter Rebecca Lieberman visited NH on December 13-14, 2003.  On the evening of December 13 she attended a holiday party at the home of state Rep. Corey Corbin in Sandown.  On the morning of December 14 she met with local diners at Red Arrow Diner in Manchester.  (The rest of the schedule was cancelled due to inclement weather; she had planned to greet local residents on a Main Street walk starting at Timoleon's Restaurant in Keene; and march in the Merrimack Holiday Parade in downtown Merrimack).
 

-The Lieberman campaign aired a half-hour forum on WMUR at 7 p.m. on December 13, 2003.
 

-Former Congressman Jim Maloney (CT-5) campaigned for Lieberman in NH on December 12, 2003.  He visited with local diners at Tea Bird's Diner in Berlin; toured Main Street in Berlin; and visited with seniors at Berlin Senior Center; then visited with seniors at VFW 8214 in Manchester; and spoke at a rally at the campaign's headquarters on Elm Street in Manchester.
 

-Sen. Lieberman visited NH on December 9-11, 2003.
On December 9 he met with supporters and held a press availability on the Gore endorsement at Benjamin's Restaurant in Durham; participated in the debate at UNH in Durham; and spoke to supporters at a post-debate rally at Benjamin's Restaurant in Durham. 
On the morning of December 10 he met with diners and local activists at Robin's Place in Dover; spoke to students and discussed the importance of integrity in government at Concord High School in Concord.  [In the afternoon he did media and calls]. 
On December 11 in Manchester he toured Elliot Regional Cancer Center, discussed his American Center for Cures proposal with healthcare experts at Elliot Hospital; and taped "A Town Meeting with Joe Lieberman" at WMUR studios (aired December 13).

-On December 2, 2003 the campaign announced it has signed a seven-week lease on a two bedroom, one bath apartment in downtown Manchester, NH.  The home will be used by Lieberman and by members of his family as they campaign in December and January. 
 

-Sen. Lieberman visited NH on December 1-4, 2003, to the theme of "Valuing Families Agenda."
On December 1 he unveiled his new family agenda at MAAX Clothing in Manchester; discussed his family policy with parents and employees at Merrimack Valley Day Care Service in Concord; attended a town meeting at Plymouth State University; and attended a house party with local activists at the Woodburn House Restaurant in Whitefield. 
On December 2 he met with locals at the Littleton Diner in Littleton; spoke to activists and students at New Hampshire Community Technical College in Berlin; made an impromptu stop in at a Dunkin Donuts in Berlin to get a cup of coffee and talk to an ABC news crew; opened the regional field office at 2 Main Street in Berlin; spoke to students at Kennett Sr. High School in Conway; spoke to disabled veterans at United Bingo Hall in Portsmouth; and attended a town meeting at Rochester Elks Club in Rochester.
On December 3 starting at mid-day he unveiled a new National Paid Family Leave Plan at the City of Manchester Highway Department; attended a town meeting at New England College in Henniker; and attended a town meeting in Hinman Hall at Dartmouth College in Hanover.
On December 4 he discussed protecting children with parents and teachers at Monadnock Early Learning Center in Peterborough; and discussed protecting children with parents and teachers at The Adult Learning Center in Nashua.
 

-Sen. Lieberman visited Manchester, NH on the morning of November 28, 2003.  He met with locals at Chez Vachon; and discussed his middle class tax plan at Sully's Superette.
 

-[Sen. Lieberman had been scheduled to visit NH on November 24, 2003 but postponed the trip due to Senate votes on Medicare.  He had planned town halls with seniors in Dover and Concord].
 

-The campaign conducted a North Country blitz the week of November 17-21, 2003; more than 20 field staffers based in Lincoln canvassed 10,000 households in 13 towns and cities.
 

"Operation Liebermania Part II: A Joe-Vember to Remember" a stretch of 17 days from November 3-19; during 15 of those days a member of the Lieberman family is scheduled to be in the state. 
-Sen. Lieberman visited NH on November 16-18, 2003
On November 16 he met with locals and announce new endorsements at Timeless Diner in Amherst; canvassed with mother Marcia, son Matt and granddaughter Willie in Manchester; canvassed with Marcia, Matt and Willie in Salem; and attended a house party with Marcia at the home of Ed and Jane Drum in Hampton Falls. 
On November 17 accompanied by Marcia he met with seniors at Riverwood Retirement Community in Exeter; filed to participate in New Hampshire Primary at the Secretary of State's office and speak to supporters on the steps of the State House in Concord; and attended a house party at the home of Tommy Katsiantonis in Manchester.
On November 18 he participated in the AARP Democratic Presidential Candidate Forum at Wayfarer Bedford Inn in Bedford.
 

-Daughter Rebecca Lieberman is scheduled to speak to students at Wilton Lyndeborough High School in Wilton, NH on November 14, 2003.  (On the evening of November 13 she spoke at College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, MA). 
 

-Hadassah Lieberman is scheduled to visit two domestic violence centers in NH on November 12, 2003.  She plans to speak and listen at Bridges in Nashua and at A Safe Place in Portsmouth.
 

-Sen. Lieberman visited NH on November 9-10, 2003 continuing the campaign's "Operation Liebermania Part II: A Joe-Vember to Remember."  On November 9 he canvassed with volunteers in Rochester; held a town hall meeting at Daniel Webster College in Nashua; and attended a house party at the home of Randall Carmel in Keene.  On November 10 he visited with patrons at Lindy's Diner in Keene; and unveiled his plan on long term care at the Havenwood Senior Home in Concord.
 

-Son Matt Lieberman toured and spoke to three classes at Milford High School in Milford, NH on the morning of November 7, 2003.
 

-Daughter Rebecca Lieberman toured high schools and colleges in NH on November 5-6, 2003.  On November 5 she spoke to students at Regional Services and Educational Center Academy in Amherst; at Raymond High School in Raymond; at UNH in Durham; at Phillips Exeter Academy in Exeter; and attended a house party sponsored by Gays and Lesbians for Lieberman at the home of State Rep. Corey Corbin in Sandown.  On November 6 she participated in a town hall meeting with students at Pembroke Academy in Pembroke.
 

-Sen. Lieberman arrived in NH on the evening of November 4 after the "America Rocks the Vote" forum in Boston; on the morning of November 5 he did a town hall with workers at BAE Systems in Nashua. 
 

-Hadassah Lieberman visited NH on November 3, 2003, kicking off "Operation Liebermania Part II: A Joe-Vember to Remember."  She toured and met with residents at Genesis-Ridgewood Center (senior center) in Bedford; tour and met with workers at Second Start (day-care and continuing education center) in Concord; and attended the opening of the Laconia Regional Campaign Office on Pleasant Street.
 

-Hadassah Lieberman visited NH on October 30, 2003.  She toured the Little Frogs and Polliwogs day care facility in Manchester; and met with the Concord Business and Professional Women's Association at Common Man Restaurant in Concord.
 

-The Lieberman campaign started running TV ads in NH on October 29, 2003
 

-Sen. Lieberman visited NH on October 27-28, 2003 as part of his ongoing "Leading with Integrity" tour; he traveled on board the "Integity One WinnebaJoe."  Starting at mid-day on October 27 he spoke and answered questions at the Rochester Rotary Club; participated in the Every Child Matters Forum at Huddleston Hall at UNH in Durham; and spoke and answered questions at the Institute of Politics at St. Anselm College in Goffstown.  On October 28 he spoke and answered questions before the Concord Chamber of Commerce at the Holiday Inn in Concord; participated in a candidate forum at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Hospital in Lebanon; attended the grand opening of the campaign's regional office at on West Park Street in Lebanon;and made an impromptu stop at Caesario's Pizza on Elm St in Manchester before heading back to Washington.
 

-Son Matt Lieberman visited NH on October 23-24, 2003.   On the evening of October 23 he attended the NHDP Jefferson-Jackson Dinner at the Center of New Hampshire.  On the morning of October 24 he spoke to a class at Parker Academy in Concord; and hosted the opening of the Salem regional campaign office at 232 North Broadway.
 

-Daughter Rebecca Lieberman spoke to students at six schools in NH on October 16-17, 2003.
On October 16 she spoke to students at the Institute of Politics at St. Anselm College in Goffstown; at Collis Cafe at Dartmouth College in Hanover; at Hanover High School Auditorium; at Young Student Center at Keene State College; and at the Flint Campus Center at Franklin Pierce College in Rindge.  On October 17 she spoke to students at Central High School in Manchester.
 

-Sen. Lieberman visited NH on October 13, 2003 as part of his weeklong "Leading with Integrity" tour.  He visited Timoleon's Diner in Keene; traveled from Keene to Manchester on the "WinnebaJoe;" delivered a major speech on his vision for the country at Arms Park in Manchester; and traveled to Boston's Logan Airport on the "WinnebaJoe."
 

-Sen. Lieberman attended church services and addressed the congregation at New Hope Baptist Church in Portsmouth, NH on October 5, 2003.
 

-Daughter Rebecca Lieberman attended NARAL-NH's "Recipes for Choice" Event at SEE Science Center in Manchester, NH on the evening of September 17, 2003.
 

-Sen. Lieberman visited NH on September 14-15, 2003 as part of "Operation: Liebermania."  (On September 13 volunteers kicked off a statewide canvass.)  On September 14-15 Lieberman and wife Hadassah, son Matt, daughter Rebecca, mother Marcia were in state. 
On September 14 Lieberman campaigned door-to-door in Concord; had lunch with Nashua volunteers at the campaign's Nashua regional office; attended, with his family, the Glendi Festival at St. George Greek Orthodox Cathedral in Manchester; and held his first town meeting at the New Hampshire Institute of Arts and Sciences in Manchester. 
On September 15 Lieberman, Hadassah and Marcia visited patrons at the Tumble Inn Diner in Claremont; Lieberman toured the factory and met with employees at Costa Precision Manufacturing Corporation in Claremont as part of "Joe's Jobs Tour;" he participated in a roundtable discussion with small business owners at Burque Jewelers in Nashua; and he participated in the NH AFL-CIO's "Conversation with the Candidates" at the NH AFL-CIO offices in Hooksett.  Marcia Lieberman made three stops in Keene, visiting the Harborside Senior Center; the Langdon Place Senior Center; and opening the Keene regional office at 141 Winchester Street. 
 

-Son Matt Lieberman visited Concord, NH on September 4, 2003.  He greeted state legislators coming back to session with a "Cup of Joe" at the State House steps; greeted area residents and supporters and visited local businesses on Main Street starting at Bagel Works; and attended the official opening of the Concord regional campaign office at 40 N. Main Street.
 

-Daughter Rebecca Lieberman visited NH on September 2, 2003.  She attended the grand openings of the Lieberman regional campaign offices on Main Street in Nashua; at One Wakefield Street in Rochester; and at 801 Islington Street in Portsmouth.
 

-Sen. Lieberman visited NH on the afternoon and evening of August 31, 2003.  He participated in a roundtable discussion on healthcare at the Backroom Puritan Restaurant in Manchester; watched the Red Sox-Yankees Game and picked the winner of the "See Joe's Car & Go See Nomar" contest at Grand Slam Pizza Grill and Bar in Manchester; and visited the Hopkinton Town Fair in Contoocock.
 

-Sen. Lieberman visited NH on August 18-20, 2003 in a "Joe's Jobs Tour" Working Vacation.  (When he wasn't making Joe's Jobs Tour stops, he spent time with his family in Wolfeboro on Lake Winnipesaukee).  At mid-day on August 18 he toured the factory and met with employees at Noyes Fiber Systems in Belmont.  On August 19 he met with employees and area business leaders at Mount Washington Valley Economic Council-The Technology Village in Conway; and toured the factory and participated in a roundtable discussion with employees at Hexaport, Inc. in Berlin.  On August 20 he walked down Main Street in Rochester with Mayor Walter Hoerman; discussed the economy with Mayor Hoerman and city employees at City Hall; and spoke to and meet with employees at Fisher Scientific in Hampton.
 

-Eddie Perez, Mayor of Hartford, Connecticut, campaigned for Sen. Lieberman in Manchester, NH on August 16, 2003.  He met with Democratic activists and elected officials at the Merrimack Restaurant; marched in the Latino Festival Parade; had lunch with Alderman-at-large Mike Lopez and Latino activists at Theo's Restaurant; and attended the Manchester Latino Festival at Veteran's Park. 
 

-Hadassah Lieberman visited NH on August 14, 2003.  She met with local Democratic activists at the home of Lisa Jacobs in Windham; met with residents of Nashua Children's Home; and met with local Democratic activists at the home of former Rep. Mary Andosca in Nashua.
 

-Sen. Lieberman visited NH on August 8-11, 2003.
On August 8 he spoke to and met with Anthem Blue Cross/Blue Shield employees at Anthem Blue Cross/Blue Shield in Manchester; and met employees and toured Delta Education in Nashua. 
(On August 9 he observed the Sabbath). 
On August 10 he attended a house party at the home of Joe Sullivan in Manchester; discussed environmental issues at the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests in Concord; visited Calef's Country Store in Barrington; visited Strafford Farms Restaurant in Dover; and attended a house party at the home of Rep. Deanna Rollo in Rollinsford. 
On the morning of August 11 he and State Sen. Lou D'Allesandro visited Pappy's Pizza in Manchester; and he toured and spoke at Electropac Prototype Inc. in Londonderry.
=counted as three days (Sen. Lieberman did no campaign events on August 9).
 

-Sen. Lieberman visited NH on July 31-August 1, 2003, continuing his "Joe's Jobs Tour."  Starting out on the afternoon of July 31 he toured and made remarks at the GlycoFi biotech lab in Lebanon; participated in a roundtable discussion with warehouse distribution employees in Keene; visited the Cheshire County Fair in Swanzey; and attended a house party at the home of State Rep. Bette and Dr. Elliot Lasky in Nashua.  On the morning of August 1 he visited Central Firehouse in Manchester; and participated in an ed board at the Concord Monitor.
 

-Sen. Lieberman's mother, Marcia Lieberman, visited NH on July 23, 2003.  She did three events with seniors in Manchester, visiting seniors at the Kelivas Senior HiRise; visiting a "meals on wheels" program site at Carpenter Senior Center; and visiting seniors at Burns HiRise Senior Center.
 

-Sen. Lieberman, wife Hadassah, and son Matt visited NH on July 3-7, 2003
On July 3 in Manchester, Hadassah, Matt Lieberman and family visited The Puritan Restaurant; attended the fireworks festival in Singer Park; and attended a house party with Democratic activists at the home of Arthur and Dawn Pappas.  Sen. Lieberman arrived in Manchester around 9:30 pm.
On July 4 Sen. Lieberman, Hadassah and family appeared in the Amherst and Merrimack Independence Day Parades; Sen. Lieberman and Hadassah attended the Strawberry Banke Museum's Celebration of America Festival in Portsmouth. 
July 5 Observes the Sabbath. 
On July 6 Sen. Lieberman and Hadassah visited the Air Field Cafe in North Hampton; met with Rochester Mayor Walter Hoerman and supporters at his home in Rochester; attended a summer bash at the home of Ambassador Richard and Katrina Swett in Bow; and attended a Concord Quarry Dogs vs. Danbury Westerners baseball game where Sen. Lieberman threw out the first pitch. 
On July 7 Sen.  Lieberman attended a roundtable discussion on jobs and innovation, billed as the kickoff of "Joe's Job Tour," at Cafe Brioche in Portsmouth.  Meanwhile Hadassah visited the Lodge at Riverwoods, a senior center in Exeter.  Sen. Lieberman and Hadassah then met with patrons at the Route 28 Diner in Salem; and they toured the Ken-Mar Factory in Salem.  =counted as three days (Sen. Lieberman did no campaign events on July 3 or 5).
 

-Hadassah Lieberman visited NH on June 10-11, 2003.  On June 10 she visited seniors at St. Joseph's Community Service Center in Manchester; toured the Cohen Center for Holocaust Studies at Mason Library, Keene State College, attended a reception in the dining commons at Keene State College; and attended a house party at the home of Tony and Lois Roisman in Lyme.  On June 11 she breakfasted with local activists at Mill City Cafe in Manchester and visited the campaign's headquarters on Elm Street.
 

[-Sen. Lieberman had been scheduled to visit NH on the morning and early afternoon of May 23, 2003.  However on May 22 the campaign scratched the trip due to debate and voting on the tax bill scheduled for the next day in the Senate.  The schedule had included meeting wih diners at Remember Then Diner in Rochester; a visit Fecteau's Country Store in Epping; a visit to Ken-Mar in Salem; and meeting with diners at Puritan Restaurant in Manchester].
 

-Sen. Lieberman visited NH on May 9, 2003.  He visited and met with diners at the Corner View Restaurant in Concord; made remarks on his Declaration of Energy Independence at Don Weese's Complete Auto Care/Mobil Station in Concord; visited and met with diners at The Riverhouse Cafe in Milford; and visited and met with diners at the Peterborough Diner in Peterborough.
 

-Sen. Lieberman visited NH on April 20-21, 2003.  On the evening of April 20 he attended two separate house parties in Manchester.  On April 21 he spoke at the Politics & Eggs Breakfast at C.R. Sparks Event Center in Bedford; visited a high school social studies class at Pinkerton Academy in Derry; met with Derry Democratic activists Maryanne's Diner in Derry; and addressed the Nashua Rotary Club at Nashua Country Club.
 

-Hadassah Lieberman visited NH on April 10-11, 2003, including meetings with state Reps. in Concord and with UNH students in Durham.
-Matt Lieberman, Sen. Lieberman's son, visited NH on April 8-10, 2003, including meeting with students at the NH Institute of Politics, St. Anselm's College in Goffstown.
 

-Sen. Lieberman visited NH on March 27-28, 2003. Arriving early evening on March 27, he met privately with supporters in Manchester.  On March 28 he attended a breakfast with veterans at Chez Vachon in Manchester; visited the Derry Fire Station in Derry; and met privately with Mayor Bob Baines in Manchester.
 

-Sen. Lieberman visited NH on February 27-28, 2003.  On February 27 he attended the NHDP reception and spoke at the NHDP 100 Club Dinner at the Center of NH in Manchester.  On February 28 he attended a coffee reception at 900 Elm Street; toured Harvey Industries; and attended a campaign event and campaigned with Tom Katsiantonis at Grand Slam Pizza.
 

-Sen. Lieberman visited NH on January 22-23, 2003.  (Note the first scheduled event, a planned meeting with students at St. Anselm's College, was cancelled due to a change in the Senate vote schedule).  On January 22, Lieberman visited with patrons and then met privately with a group of local Democratic activists at Merrimack Restaurant in Manchester; met privately with a group of local Democratic activists at Smith-Weiss, Shepard & Durmer in Nashua; and attended a house party at the home of Mike Garafalo, chairman of the Salem Democratic Town Committee, at his home in Salem.  On January 23 he spoke to members of the Portsmouth Sunrise Rotary Club at Redhook Brewery at Pease International Tradeport in Portsmouth and visited with patrons and local Democratic activists at Caffenio Coffee Shop in Concord.
 

2002: 5 visits, 8 days.
-Sen. Lieberman visited NH on December 10, 2002.  He attended an informal luncheon with the Democratic caucus at Bridges House, the governor's residence, in Concord and a coffee with Concord-area activists hosted by Marty Gross, former mayor of Concord, at Sulloway & Hollis law firm in Concord.
 

-Hadassah Lieberman visited NH on October 24, 2002.  She toured Second Start (adult education center) and did a roundtable discussion with Katrina Swett in Concord; did a luncheon for Senate Democrats with state Sen. Sylvia Larsen at a private home in Concord; visited Kiddie Corner Daycare and Learning Center with Mark Fernald in Manchester; visited Puritan Ice Cream and Takeout with state Rep. candidate Chris Pappas in Manchester; and did a reception for Manchester City Democrats in Manchester.
 

-Sen. Lieberman visited NH on October 14-15, 2002.  On October 14 he helped kick off Manchester City Democrats canvassing at Democratic coordinated campaign headquarters in Manchester; campaigned with 2nd district candidate for Congress Katrina Swett at the NHDP regional office in Keene; walked through Claremont with state Sen. George Disnard; campaigned with gubernatorial candidate Mark Fernald at Dartmouth College in Hanover; and did a meet and greet with Fernald and campaign volunteers at the NHDP regional office in Lebanon.  (House Democratic Leader Peter Burling accompanied Lieberman throughout the day).  On October 15 he did a breakfast fundraiser for the Nashua City Democratic Committee at Daniel Webster College in Nashua.
 

-Sen. Lieberman visited NH on August 18, 2002.  He had a busy day, starting out with three events in Manchester: the Jewish Federation of Greater Manchester brunch, a drop by at the Assumption Greek Orthodox Church Festival, and lunch with Manchester City aldermen; he attended the Hillsborough County Democratic Picnic at the home of Sen. Kathleen McLaughlin Peterson in Bedford; he and John Kacavas were guest speakers at the Hampton, North Hampton, and Hampton Falls Dems Picnic at Pitlochry Farms in Hampton Falls; and finally he wrapped up with a fundraiser for the House Democratic Caucus (Strafford County House candidates) in Barrington.
 

-Sen. Lieberman visited NH on June 2-3, 2002.  On June 2 he attended a Cheshire County Democratic Committee house party ($25 per person) at Jay Kahn's residence in Keene.  On June 3 he attended a NH DLC caucus coffee at the law offices of Wiggin & Nourie, LLP in Manchester; visited Bakersville Elementary School in Manchester where he toured the school, read to students and did a roundtable discussion; spoke at a Nashua City Democratic Committee luncheon at the VFW post in Nashua; did a small fundraiser for New Hampshire Democratic Party at Fratello's Restaurant in Manchester; and went to the Coordinated Campaign headquarters in Manchester and visited with their new canvassers.
 

-Sen. Lieberman visited NH on March 17-18, 2002.  He began with a fundraiser for congressional candidate Martha Fuller Clark at a private home in Rye Beach; followed by a roundtable with local activists and Clark at Goldi's in Portsmouth; a house party at Donna Soucy's home in Manchester; the Merrimack County Democrats St. Patrick's Day fundraising dinner at the Cat 'N Fiddle in Concord (this was the highlighted event); and finishing the evening at Wild Rover pub in Manchester.  On March 18 he stopped by firehouse Station 7 in Manchester and did a high tech small business event in Nashua.
 

2001: 1 visit, 2 days.
-Sen. Lieberman visited NH on November 3-4, 2001.  On the evening of Nov. 3 he arrived at Berlin-Milan Airport and spoke at the Coos County Democrats' Truman Dinner at the Town & Country Motor Inn in Shelburne.  On Nov. 4 he attended a fundraiser brunch for the New Hampshire Democratic Senate Caucus at the home of Sen. Sylvia Larsen in Concord, a fundraiser for the Committee to Elect House Democrats at the home of Rep. Bette Lasky in Nashua, a roundtable with students at St. Anselm College in Goffstown, and a rally with Gov. Jeanne Shaheen, Mayor Bob Baines, Rep. Martha Fuller Clark and Manchester Democratic candidates at the Sweeney Post on Maple Street in Manchester.
 

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Approximately 13.5 percent of ROCPAC's total contributions to candidates and committees ($98,600 out of $727,068***) went directly to New Hampshire candidates and committees:
Contributions by ROCPAC
Period Covered NH Contrib.  Total Contrib. ($) to Candidates and Committees (#) in the Quarter
Post-Special-March 23-July 9, 2001 f $11,000 to 2
-- --
Year End 2001-July 10-Dec. 31, 2001 f $167,000 to 71
o $5,500 to 2
12/13/01-NH Democratic State Commitee-federal
12/13/01-Shaheen for Senate Exploratory 
12/18/01-Clark for Congress
$5,000 
$5,000
$5,000
1st Q 2002 f189,500.00 to 68
nf $8,500 to 3
1/25/02-NH Democratic State Committee-federal
3/12/02-Shaheen for Senate Exploratory 
3/12/02-Clark for Congress
3/7/02-Manch. City Dem. Comm.-nonfederal 
3/7/02-Kacavas for Executive Council-nonfederal
$5,000
$5,000
$5,000
$2,500
$1,000
May 2002 Monthly  f $10,000 to 1
nf $15,000 to 4
4/29/02-NH Senate Democratic Caucus-nonfederal $5,000
June 2002 Monthly f $5,000 to 2
nf $20,000 to 3
5/22/02-NH House Democratic Caucus-nonfederal
5/29/02-Katrina Swett for Congress
$5,000
$2,500
July 2002 Monthly f $41,750 to 23
nf $500 to 1
-- --
August 2002 Monthly f $10,500 to 5
nf $5,000 to 1
-- --
September 2002 Monthly f $12,000 to 6
nf $20,000 to 2
8/29/02-NH Democratic State Committee $10,000
October 2002 Monthly f $36,000 to 13*
nf $1,000 to 1
9/10/02-Katrina Swett for Congress $2,500
Pre-General-Oct. 1-Oct. 16, 2002 f $32,500 to 8**
nf $105,800 to 38 
all nonfederal contributions:
local party committees
10/2/02-Strafford ($1,000), Hillsborough ($1,000), Coos ($750), Cheshire ($750), Carroll ($1,000), Belknap ($500), Sullivan ($500), Merrimack ($1,000), Rockingham ($1,000)   =$7,500
10/11/02-Manchester City ($5,000), Hanover Town ($600), Nashua City ($2,500)   =$8,100
State Senate candidates:
10/11/02-$1,000 each to Bergeron, Wellington, Peterson, Solucco, Hassan, Disnard, Kalob, Below, Gelinas; $500 each to McCarley, Foster
House
10/11/02-Committee to Elect House Democrats
Local candidates
10/11/02-$500 each Odom, Clemons

$15,600
.
.
.
.
.
.
$10,000
.
.
.
$6,700

$1,000
 

Post-General-Oct. 17-Nov. 25, 2002 f$21,718 to 9
nf$8,300 to 3
10/30/02-Manchester City Democratic Committee
10/29/02-NH Democratic State Committee
$3,800
$3,000
Total $98,600 $727,068***
*does not include $9,099 for "in-kind mailing"(9/19/02)
**does not include $7,511.25 for "in-kind mailing" (10/8/02)
***Note there is a slight discrepancy.  ROCPAC reported total contributions to candidates and committees of $729,878, while this tally shows $727,068.  This does not include the two "in-kind mailings."
 
 

And...

-Lieberman attended a Washington, DC fundraiser for Executive Council candidate John Kacavas on Jan. 28, 2002, and he also recorded a GOTV robo call for Kacavas. 


Sen. Lieberman in Keene on October 14, 2002.


 

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