Visits Since Nov. 2004  updated November 7, 2006
 Republicans
ALLEN
BROWNBACK
FRIST
GINGRICH
GIULIANI
HAGEL
HUCKABEE
McCAIN
PATAKI
ROMNEY
TANCREDO
 Visits: 52
4
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6
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4
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10
11
3
 Days: 69
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4
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6
7
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11
12
5
And: Rep. Duncan Hunter not yet included above.
does not include visits by longshot Republican presidential candidate John Cox, an Illinois businessman.  Cox, a declared candidate, made his first visit March 23-25, 2006 and has spent more time in the state than any of the potential Republican candidates.  [Listing]
 
New Hampshire Visits
 - updated November 7, 2006 -

Republican Prospects
2006
>Former Speaker Newt Gingrich is scheduled to speak to the Manchester Republican Committee at The Yard Seafood & Steak House in Manchester, NH on the evening of December 15, 2006.

>Former Speaker Newt Gingrich is scheduled to visit NH on November 27-28, 2006.  On November 27 he is scheduled to be the featured speaker for the Nackey S. Loeb School of Communications annual First Amendment Award Honors in Manchester.  On November 28 he plans to speak at the "Politics and Eggs" breakfast forum.
 

>Gov. Mitt Romney was the special guest at a spaghetti dinner for Congressman Charlie Bass at Triumphant Cross Lutheran Church in Salem, NH on November 5, 2006.

>Gov. George Pataki visited NH on November 4, 2006.  With Ted Gatsas and Jeb Bradley he kicked off a statewide lit. drop at his PAC office in Manchester (the lit. drop included 250 volunteers, 12,000 homes and covered 86 candidates); had lunch at Nadeau's in Manchester with Tom Coburn, Gatsas, and Bradley; attended a proclamation ceremony on a new historic marker for a ketchup factory in Hooksett with Gatsas; did some private meetings; and wrapped up with a Countdown to Victory rally at Jillian's in Manchester.

>Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani visited NH on November 3, 2006. He spoke at Victory NH's inaugural "First in the Nation Forum" at The Derryfield in Manchester (originally scheduled for October 12 but "rescheduled to give Victory NH's organizers time to prepare for a larger event than originally planned"); and participated in a Victory 2006 Bus Tour, rallying with Republican candidates in the aldermanic chambers at City Hall in Manchester; at City Hall in Nashua; at New Castle Commons in New Castle; at Wild Willy's in Rochester; and at the Republican headquarters on Main Street in Laconia.

>Sen. John McCain visited NH on October 27, 2006.  He arrived in Dixville Notch on the evening of October 26.  On October 27 he attended a meet and greet with North Country Republican candidates at the Lancaster Welcome Center in Lancaster; attended a town hall meeting with State Senator John Gallus at the Berlin VFW Post; and attended a Bass campaign spaghetti dinner at Nashua VFW Hall.

>Rep. Duncan Hunter visited NH on October 23, 2006 (at that time he was not seen as a presidential prospect, but on October 30 he announced he would launch an exploratory effort).  He appeared at the joint Concord City Committee and Merrimack County Committee Meet the Candidates Spaghetti Dinner at Bektash Shrine Center in Concord. >seeking further details.-ed

>Sen. Bill Frist visited NH on October 23, 2006.  Late afternoon/evening he joined Karyn Frist on her book tour for Love You, Daddy Boy at Gibson's Bookstore in Concord; and was the special guest at a joint Concord City Committee and Merrimack County Committee Meet the Candidates Spaghetti Dinner at Bektash Shrine Center in Concord.  [Note: Karyn Frist's book tour for Love You, Daddy Boy included stops at Gibson's Bookstore in Concord on October 23, Barnes & Noble in Manchester on October 24, Toadstool Bookshop in Milford on October 25, and Barnes & Noble in Nashua on October 27.]  Seeking clarification on whether Frist did Manchester book event.-ed

>Former Mayor Rudy Giuliani visited NH on October 12, 2006.  He headlined a fundraiser for the House Republican Victory Committee (headed by Rep. Mike Whalley) at the Holiday Inn in Concord; campaigned with Congressman Jeb Bradley at Johnson's Dairy Bar in Northwood; and, with Bradley, met with local police chiefs and did a tour of the Rockingham County complex hosted by Sheriff Dan Linehan in Brentwood.

>Gov. George Pataki visited NH on October 2, 2006; he opened the New Hampshire office of the 21st Century Freedom State PAC at 20 Market Street in Manchester and did a walking tour downtown.

>Gov. Mitt Romney visited NH on September 30-October 1, 2006 On September 30 he  hosted a breakfast for the delegates and keynoted the NH GOP State Convention at the Capital Center for the Arts in Concord.  On October 1 he was to host a fundraiser  for the Daniel Webster Boy Scouts Council at his vacation home in Wolfeboro [source Granite Status]; and he attended a fundraising reception for Republican candidates at the Frank Jones Center in Portsmouth.

>Gov. Mitt Romney appeared at a House Republican Leadership PAC BBQ at Scamman's Bittersweet Farm in Stratham, NH on September 24, 2006.

>Gov. Mitt Romney had a private dinner to discuss the Commonwealth PAC's involvement in the 2006 elections Manchester, NH on September 18, 2006.  [also  on September 18 he stopped by an event for Congressman Charlie Bass in Boston, MA]

>Sen. John McCain visited NH on September 17, 2006. He had been scheduled to appear at a family barbeque on behalf of Congressman Jeb Bradley at Albacore Park in Portsmouth on the evening of September 16 but cancelled due to a scheduling conflict.  He acted as grand marshal for the Sylvania 300 NASCAR race at New Hampshire International Speedway in Loudon; and spoke to Republican activists at a house party at the home of Steve and Susan Duprey in Concord.

>Sen. Bill Frist had been scheduled to be the special guest at the Seacoast GOP Women's Chili Fest at the Scamman Farm in Stratham, NH on September 9, 2006 but cancelled due to a family commitment.

>Gov. George Pataki appeared at the Strafford County GOP Annual Picnic at Three River Farm in Dover, NH on August 26, 2006.

>Sen. Bill Frist made a quick trip to NH to appear at the Nashua GOP Steak Out at Nashua Country Club in Nashua on August 20, 2006.

>Gov. George Pataki visited NH on August 15, 2006.  He met with the editorial board of the Concord Monitor; held some private meetings; visited Lala's Hungarian Pastry Shop in Manchester (Pataki's grandfather was a Hungarian immigrant and Pataki speaks Hungarian); thanked Concord firefighters in Concord for their help after 9/11 at their headquarters on Horseshoe Pond Lane; and spoke at a Republican State Committee fundraiser at the Holiday Inn in Concord.

>Gov. Mike Huckabee visited NH on August 10-13, 2006.
On August 10 Huckabee met with the editorial board of the Concord Monitor; and he and his band, Capitol Offense, appeared at a fundraiser for Executive Councilor Ray Wieczorek at Palazzi in Hooksett.
On August 11 he addressed the Politics and Eggs breakfast at the Bedford Village Inn in Bedford; spoke at a New Hampshire Republican Party luncheon at the party's headquarters in Concord; spoke and performed with Capitol Offense at a Central NH GOP Women's Club rally on the lawn in front of the Capitol building in Concord; and in the evening he and Capitol Offense appeared at a Nancy Wall for State Senate kickoff rally and fundraiser at the Brookdale Farm in Hollis.
On August 12 he appeared at a Cheshire County GOP breakfast "meet and greet" at the Best Western Hotel in Keene; did an outdoor reception/concert at Fred Bramante's house in Durham; spoke to a group of Derry Republicans at a private residence in Derry; was the special guest at a Jim Coburn for Governor reception at a private residence in Manchester; and he and Capitol Offense performed at a Manchester City Committee dance at the Eleven Eleven Club in Manchester.
On August 13 he preached and attended church service at Bethany Chapel Church of Christ in Manchester; and was the keynote speaker at a lunch with Teenage Republicans, Young Republicans and College Republicans at a private residence in Manchester.
He also held several private meetings scattered throughout the visit.

>Gov. George Pataki spoke at Cheshire County Republicans' Summer Luncheon at E.F. Lane Hotel in Keene, NH on August 4, 2006 on his way to South Carolina for the National Governors Association meeting and related events.

>Gov. George Pataki had been scheduled to visit NH on June 28, 2006 but cancelled the trip due to flooding in New York.

>Gov. George Pataki visited NH on June 16, 2006, doing a coffee with citizens at the home of Miriam and Nicholas Troisi in West Lebanon and speaking at a Grafton County Republican Luncheon at Jesseís Restaurant & Tavern in Hanover.

>Sen. John McCain spoke at the New Hampshire Federation of Republican Women's "Lilac Breakfast" at the Radisson Hotel/Center of New Hampshire in Manchester, NH on May 22, 2006.

>Gov. George Pataki visited NH on May 21, 2006.  He spoke at New England College's 59th Commencement and received an honorary Doctor of Laws degree at NEC's Lee Clement Arena in Henniker; and spoke at a fundraiser for the House Republican Victory PAC at the home of Rep. Mike Whalley in Alton Bay.

>Gov. George Pataki visited NH on April 27-28, 2006 On April 27 he toured the Portsmouth Fisherman's Cooperative and met with fishermen about federal regulations affecting fishermen in New England; visited Geno's Chowder & Sandwich Shop in Portsmouth and spoke to a small crowd while enjoying Evelyn Marconi's famous chowder; and attended a Strafford County Federation of Woman inaugural event at Wendy Stanley Jones' home in Durham.  On April 28 he spoke at the Politics and Eggs breakfast at C.R. Sparks in Bedford; met with Mayor Frank Guinta and the Manchester police and fire chiefs at Central Fire Station in Manchester; did a Manchester Republican Committee luncheon fundraiser at The Yard in Manchester; toured BAE Systems in Nashua; and attended a Nashua Republicans' reception at the home of Rep. Bea Francoeur in Nashua.

>Sen. Sam Brownback participated in an alternative energy discussion in Robert Frost Hallís Walker Auditorium at Southern New Hampshire University in Manchester, NH on April 24, 2006.

>Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich visited NH on April 12-13, 2006. In addition to the major events on his schedule, Gingrich did ten media interviews, and Joe Klein from Time magazine traveled with him:
On April 12 Gingrich delivered the keynote address at the "Exploring Trends in Consumer-Driven Health Care" forum sponsored by Anthem Blue Cross and Blue Shield at C.R. Sparks Event Center in Bedford; did an interview with Angela Anderson, news director for WGIR Radio; did an interview with Scott Spradling, chief political correspondent for WMUR-TV at the station; did an interview with Kevin Landrigan, political writer for the Nashua Telegraph; met with John Stephen, NH Health and Human Services Commissioner, at the Merrimack Restaurant in Manchester (the owner took Gingrich's picture for the wall); spoke at an event sponsored by the Amherst and Milford Republican Committees and Souhegan Valley Republican Women' at the Souhegan Boys and Girls Club in Milford (introduced by Cong. Bass; C-SPAN covered); and appeared on Hannity and Colmes from Manchester.
On April 13 he appeared on the "Today" show from New Castle; participated in a Victory New Hampshire Business Breakfast with Ed Fuelner (president of the Heritage Foundation) and moderated by Stephen Moore (economic writer for the WSJ) at Wentworth by the Sea in New Castle; taped "NH Outlook" for NHPTV in Durham; called into the Jennifer Horn radio show (AM 1590 WSMN in Nashua); spoke to the editorial board at the Nashua Telegraph; stopped in at Aylmer's Grill in Jaffrey to meet chef/owner Aylmer Given; delivered a speech and took questions at the Marlin Fitzwater Center for Communication at Franklin Pierce College in Rindge; called in to the Michael Reagan show; and called into the Lars Larson show.

>Sen. John McCain visited NH on April 7-8, 2006.  On the evening of April 7 spoke at a fundraiser for the state Senate Republicans' PAC at Marriott Hotel and Grappone Conference Center in Concord.  On April 8 he spoke at a fundraiser for Sen. Peter Bragdon (R-Milford) at Congressman Charlie Bass' home in Peterborough; did a town hall meeting with Congressman Bass at Keene State College; and signed copies of his book Character is Destiny at Borders Books in West Lebanon.

>Gov. Mike Huckabee visited NH on March 29, 2006.  He met over lunch with members of the NH GOP's Executive Committee in Concord; had informal meetings with business community and political leaders including newly elected GOP chairman Wayne Seprini and Manchester mayor Frank Guinta; attended a house party at the home of former Manchester Republican Committee chair Cliff Hurst; and was the guest speaker at the Manchester Republican Committee's Republican Lincoln/Reagan Banquet at The Courtyard in Manchester.

>Sen. George Allen spoke at the NH GOP's annual meeting at Souhegan Boys & Girls Club in Milford, NH on March 25, 2006.

>Sen. Chuck Hagel visited NH from March 20-22, 2006.  On March 20 he spoke at the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce's Annual Legislative Dinner at the Bedford Village Inn in Bedford.  On March 21 he spoke at a Portsmouth Chamber of Commerce breakfast at the Sheraton Harborside in Portsmouth; met with the editorial board of the Concord Monitor, at the newpaper's headquarters in Concord; held a luncheon discussion with the New Hampshire College and University Council at their offices in Concord; at the State House in Concord he did a meet and greet with Gov. Lynch, did a meet and greet with Speaker of House Douglas Scamman Jr. and House leadership, and did photo op with Republican State Senators; and he finished the day speaking at the Merrimack County Republicans' Lincoln Day Dinner at Grappone Conference Center in Concord.  On March 22 he did a live radio interview on "The Exchange" with Laura Knoy at New Hampshire Public Radio.

>Gov. Mitt Romney spoke at four events in NH on March 18, 2006: a Cheshire County Republican breakfast at Keene Country Club; a Derry Republican grassroots event at Pinkerton Tavern in Derry; a Central New Hampshire Republican Womenís Club reception in the New Hampshire Political Library reading room in Concord; and a Hampton & Rockingham Republican reception at Hampton Meadows Clubhouse.

>Gov. Mike Huckabee spoke at the Grafton County Republican Lincoln Day Dinner at the Fireside Inn in West Lebanon, NH on February 28, 2006.

>Gov. Mitt Romney spoke at the Carroll County Republicans' Lincoln Day Dinner at Whittier House in West Ossippee, NH on February 24, 2006.

>Gov. George Pataki had been scheduled to visit NH on February 17, 2006, including an appearance at the Politics and Eggs breakfast at the Bedford Village Inn, a Manchester Republican City Committee lunchtime fundraiser at the Yard restaurant, and other events.  However the trip was cancelled as he underwent an appendectomy on February 16.

>Sen. Bill Frist spoke at the Lincoln-Reagan Dinner co-sponsored by the Rockingham County Republican Committee, the Portsmouth Republican City Committee and the Derry Republican City Committee at The Granite Rose in Hampstead, NH on February 3, 2006.

>Gov. Mitt Romney appeared at an Issues & Answers Series on Education Reform, co-hosted by the NHGOP, Amherst GOP & Milford GOP Committees at Souhegan Boys & Girls Club in Milford, NH on the evening of January 27, 2006.  According to James Pindell at PoliticsNH.com he also met privately with the Union Leader, Senate President Ted Gatsas and Manchester Mayor Frank Guinta.
 

2004-2005
 Republicans
ALLEN
BROWNBACK
FRIST
GINGRICH
HAGEL
HUCKABEE
McCAIN
PATAKI
ROMNEY
TANCREDO
 Visits: 22
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2
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1
2
4
3
 Days: 30
3
3
5
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1
1
2
4
5

>Gov. George Pataki visited NH on December 14, 2005; he did some interviews and private meetings and attended the NH Republican Party's Christmas Party at the Upham Walker House in Concord.  [speech]

>Gov. Mitt Romney was a special guest at the Manchester Republican Committee's Annual Holiday Celebration at the Wayfarer Inn in Bedford, NH on the evening of December 7, 2005.

>Sen. Bill Frist did several private events in NH on December 6, 2005.  Frist met with legislative leaders at the Capitol in Concord; had lunch with the New Hampshire Republican State Committee's executive committee at the law offices of Rath Young and Pignatelli in Concord; visited the Devine Millimet and Branch law firm in Manchester; and attended a reception with several local Republican activists and friends from his days at Harvard Medical School and Mass. General at the 100 Club in Portsmouth.

>Gov. George Pataki campaigned with Manchester mayoral candidate Frank Guinta in Manchester, NH on October 23, 2005, going door to door and doing a fundraiser at the home of Sharyn Kelley.

>Sen. George Allen visited NH on October 15, 2005.  He attended a breakfast fundraiser at the invitation of Oracle PAC at Seedling Cafe in Nashua; spoke at a Stratham Republican Committee reception at the home of Phil & Anne Caparso in Stratham; and helped kick off the NH Republican State Committee's Founders Program (new major donor program) at the home of Wayne Semprini in New Castle.

>Sen. Sam Brownback spoke at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anslem College in Manchester, NH on October 11-12, 2005.  On the evening of October 11 he held a town meeting attended by members of the public, faculty and students.  On October 12 he gave a guest lecture in an Introduction to Politics class and another class.

>Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich visited NH on October 7, 2005.  Arriving from Vermont he overnighted in Hanover on October 6, then traveled to Concord.  Here he met privately with Harry Levine (the co-founder of Victory NH), met with the Republican Alliance (the House conservative caucus), and had lunch in the Speaker's office with the House Speaker, the Governor, the senate President, the deputy Speaker, and Amb. Joseph and Augusta Petrone.  Gingrich spoke to legislators and members of the public in Representatives Hall at the State House.  While in Concord he stopped by Republican headquarters, the AARP office, and Charlie Bass' congressional office.  Proceeding to Manchester, Gingrich spoke to a group of college students at the UNH Manchester campus organized by Prof. Mark Wrighton.

>Rep. Tom Tancredo visited NH on September 25-26, 2005.  On September 25 he delivered the keynote speech at the New Hampshire Center for Constitutional Studies, Inc.'s 9th Annual Dinner Celebration in honor of Constitution Day at Grappone Center in Concord; and on the morning of September 26 he appeared at the Bedford Republican Committee Annual Breakfast at CR Sparks in Bedford.

>Gov. Mitt Romney hosted an afternoon fundraising reception for the New Hampshire Republican State Committee at his home on Lake Winnipesaukee in Wolfeboro, NH on September 17, 2005.

>Gov. Mike Huckabee visited NH on August 27, 2005.  At the Radisson Center of New Hampshire in Manchester he did a photo op with New Hampshire Young Republicans doing a voter registration drive; attended a NHRSC Issues & Answers Series breakfast at the Radisson Center of New Hampshire; and did a media roundtable with members of the New Hampshire and Arkansas media.  He spoke at the Nashua Republican City Committee's Steak Out at the Alpine Club in Hollis (substituting for Gov. Romney who had bowed out); attended the Strafford County Republican Picnic/Pig Roast at Three River Farm in Dover [speech]; did a book signing at the Barnes & Noble in Newington; stopped in at the Seacoast Irish Festival at Dover Elks Lodge in Dover; and attended a reception at the home of Turner and Wendy Stanley Jones in Durham.

>Gov. Mitt Romney had been scheduled to attend the Nashua Republican City Committee Steakout in Nashua, NH on August 27, 2005 but cancelled a few days before the event citing a family commitment.

>Gov. Mitt Romney held an "intimate gathering" with about a dozen leading New Hampshire Republicans at his home on Lake Winnipesaukee in Wolfeboro, NH on August 14, 2005Source: The Union Leader's John DiStaso (The Granite Status, 8/18)

>Sen. George Allen addressed the NH Federation of Republican Women's Lilac Luncheon at the Radisson Center of New Hampshire in Manchester, NH on June 25, 2005[speech]

>Rep. Tom Tancredo visited NH on June 11, 2005.  He addressed a NHRSC Issues & Answers Series breakfast at the Holiday Inn in Concord, delivered the commencement speech at Nashua Christian High School, and spoke at a Nashua City Committee reception at Langdon Place in Nashua.

>Gov. Mitt Romney was the featured speaker at the NH Federation of Republican Women's Lilac Dinner at the Radisson Center of New Hampshire in Manchester, NH on June 3, 2005[speech]

>Sen. George Allen held two fundraisers for his re-election campaign, one at the Bedford Village Inn in Bedford and the other also in the Manchester area, in a quiet trip to NH on May 3, 2005.

>Sen. Chuck Hagel visited NH on May 2-4, 2005.  On the evening of May 2 he attended the Manchester Republican Committee's Second Annual Springtime Reception at the home of B.J. Perry.  On May 3 he spoke to students at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College; stopped to meet with Republican legislators at the State Capitol in Concord; spoke to students at Plymouth State College; and in the evening received an award for "leadership in public communication" from the Franklin Pierce College Marlin Fitzwater Center at the College's Manchester campus.  On May 4 he spoke at the "Politics and Eggs" breakfast in Bedford[speech]; spoke to students at New England College in Henniker; and stopped in at the Union Leader.  State Sen. Bob Odell (R-Lempster), a longtime acquaintance, helped organize the trip.

>Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich visited NH on April 18-19, 2005.  On April 18 he did a signing to promote his book "Winning the Future" at the Barnes & Noble bookstore in Manchester; met with the Concord Monitor ed board; spoke to a Republican grassroots group called Victory New Hampshire > at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics in Goffstown; met with the Manchester Union Leader ed board; taped an interview for New England Cable News; did a fundraising reception for the state party at C.R. Sparks in Bedford; and appeared live on Fox News Channel's "Hannity & Colmes."  On April 19 in Hanover Gingrich did an ed board meeting with the Upper Valley News; did a signing to promote his book at the Dartmouth Bookstore; lectured in Prof. Jeffrey Smith's government class; did an interview with the Dartmouth Review; spoke in the living room at Sigma Alpha Epsilon as part of the Andrew J. Scarlett Lecture Series; and spoke the Upper Valley Republican Club at a lunch at Jesse's Restaurant.  He then proceeded to Harvard in Cambridge, MA.

>Sen. Sam Brownback spoke at the "True Blue Breakfast" sponsored by the Concord-based Cornerstone Policy Research at the Radisson Center of New Hampshire in Manchester, NH on April 16, 2005.  (Note Brownback was in the region to deliver a speech on cloning and stem cell research at the Harvard Law School Society for Law, Life, and Religion spring symposium on April 15).

>Sen. Bill Frist spoke at the Merrimack County Lincoln Day Dinner at Grappone Conference Center in Concord, NH on March 18, 2005.  On March 19, 2005 he spoke at a Grafton County Republican breakfast at Plymouth Senior Center and a Nashua Republican luncheon at the Crowne Plaza in Nashua.

>Sen. Bill Frist delivered the keynote speech at the Manchester Republican Committee Lincoln-Reagan Dinner at The Executive Court Conference Center in Manchester, NH on March 4, 2005[speech] He spoke at a Cheshire County Breakfast at the Keene Country Club in Keene on March 5, 2005.

>Rep. Tom Tancredo, accompanied by Angela "Bay" Buchanan and New Hampshire activist Paul Nagy, visited NH on February 3-4, 2005; the trip focused on immigration reform (Buchanan is chairperson and Tancredo is founding chairman of Team America, a PAC focused on illegal immigration).  On February 3 they presented an American Patriot Award to New Ipswich Police Chief Garrett Chamberlain in New Ipswich; stopped for lunch at the Merrimack Restaurant in Manchester; spent a couple of hours at the Union Leader; did a live in-studio radio interview on Gardner Goldsmith's "Against the Grain" show at WGIR-AM in Manchester; and had dinner with conservative leaders at CR Sparks in Bedford.  On February 4 they had breakfast with a group of New Hampshire House members; attended a Team America reception held in conjunction with the Nashua Republican Women's Club at a condominium complex in Nashua; and spoke at Nashua Christian High School.  They then proceeded to Boston, MA.
 

2004
>Sen. John McCain was first to venture into NH, albeit briefly; he addressed the second annual Nackey S. Loeb First Amendment Award dinner in Manchester on November 18, 2004.
 

 
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