2006 (5 visits: 9 days)
Sen. Evan Bayh ruled out a presidential run on December 16, 2006.
>Sen. Evan Bayh visited NH on December 9-10, 2006. On December 9 he held an All America PAC meet and greet reception at the Puritan Conference Center in Manchester. On December 10 he appeared at a meet and greet reception hosted by State Senator-elect Molly Kelly at her home in Keene; and at a meet and greet reception hosted by State Senator Peter Hoe Burling at his home in Cornish.
>Sen. Evan Bayh visited NH on October 24-25, 2006. On October 24 he attended a reception to support Nashua House candidates at Norton's Classic Café in Nashua; greeted staff and volunteers at the New Hampshire Democratic Party campaign headquarters on Elm Street in Manchester; attended a lunch honoring State Senate candidate Deb Reynolds at the Common Man Restaurant in Plymouth; and met with State House candidates and incumbents in Concord. On October 25 he spoke at a "Politics and Eggs" breakfast forum at the Bedford Village Inn.
>Sen. Evan Bayh visited NH on September 24-25, 2006. On September 24 he attended a reception honoring Sen. Martha Fuller Clark and Executive Council candidate Bev Hollingworth at the home of Peter and Pat Dodge in North Hampton; attended a reception honoring State Senate candidate Jackie Cilley at the home of former State Senator Caroline McCarley; attended a Nashua Democratic City Committee house party at the home of Krisha and Latha Mangipudi in Nashua; and attended Manchester City Democrats' "Countdown to Victory" Dinner at the Alpine Club in Manchester. On the morning of September 25 he attended a breakfast in honor of State Senate candidate Beth Roth at Bickford's Restaurant in Salem; and toured Manchester Central Fire House with State Senate candidate and former firefighter Betsi DeVries.
>Sen. Evan Bayh visited NH on June 9-10, 2006. On June 9 he lunched with local elected officials at The Puritan Backroom Restaurant in Manchester; and in the evening he delivered the keynote speech at the 11th Annual Carroll County Democrats Grover Cleveland Dinner at the Grand Summit Hotel in Bartlett. On June 10 he spoke at a breakfast reception honoring Sen. Iris Estabrook and Strafford County Democrats at the home of Rep. Michael Rollo in Rollinsford; attended an event honoring congressional candidate Paul Hodes at the home of Sen. Sylvia and Robert Larsen in Concord; appeared at the campaign kick-off of 10th District Senate candidate Molly Kelly at the Stage Restaurant in Keene (originally scheduled for City Green Gazebo in Keene but moved inside due to rain); and attended a reception honoring Molly Kelly at the Historical Society of Cheshire County in Keene.
>Sen. Evan Bayh visited
on March 26, 2006. He spoke at a brunch event with
New Hampshire Young Democrats and Mayor Steve Marchand at the home of Justin
Nadeau in Portsmouth; at a Portsmouth City Democrats' brunch hosted by
Mayor Marchand at a private home in Portsmouth; at a campaign kick-off
event honoring State Rep. Betsi DeVries at TR Brennan's in Manchester;and
at a Franklin City Democratic Committee spaghetti dinner at honoring State
Rep. Jim Ryan and State Sen. Peter Burling at the T.R.I.P. Senior &
Intergenerational Center in Franklin. On the morning of March
27 he held met privately with state party chair Kathy Sullivan.
2005 (2 visits: 4 days)
>Sen. Evan Bayh visited NH on October 29-30, 2005. On October 29 he keynoted the NHDP's Jefferson-Jackson Day dinner fundraiser at the Center of New Hampshire Radisson Hotel in Manchester. [speech] On October 30 he held a town hall meeting with students and local residents at New England College in Henniker; held a town hall meeting organized by State Rep. Jim Ryan at The Golden Crest in Franklin; and campaigned with Mayor Bob Baines at the Puritan Backroom restaurant.
>Sen. Evan Bayh
visited NH on July 10-11, 2005. On July 10 he
did a meet and greet at Manchester City Democratic headquarters in Manchester;
did a meet and greet at The Pub Restaurant in Keene; and held a fundraising
event for the New Hampshire Senate Democratic Caucus at the home of Sen.
Sylvia Larsen in Concord. On July 11 he appeared on "The Charlie
Sherman Show" on WGIR in Manchester; appeared on "The Exchange" with Laura
Knoy at NHPR in Concord; held a private meeting with Gov. Lynch in Concord;
held a private meeting with the House Democratic leadership in Concord;
held a private meeting with environmental leaders in Concord; and toured
GT Equipment Technologies, a small manufacturer, in Merrimack.
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