...Sen. Joe Biden withdrew
following the January 3, 2008 Iowa Caucuses. His last NH visit
was on December 17, 2007.
2007 (15 visits, 19 days)
>Sen. Joe Biden visited NH on December 17, 2007. He guested on NHPR’s “The Exchange” in Concord; met with the Concord Monitor ed board; met with the Keene Sentinel ed board; and addressed local Democrats at a house party at the home of Lisa Brown in New Ipswich.
>Sen. Joe Biden visited NH on November 28-29, 2007. On November 28 he did interviews with WCVB and WMUR at WMUR studios in Manchester; and spoke at the College Convention 2008 at the Center of New Hampshire at the Radisson in Manchester. On November 29 he met with the Nashua Telegraph editorial board; spoke to residents at the Havenwood-Heritage Heights retirement community in Concord; met with the Foster's Daily Democrat editorial board; and spoke at a town hall forum on Iraq at Pease International Tradeport in Portsmouth; and met with local residents at Widow Fletchers Tavern Restaurant in Hampton.
>Sen. Joe Biden visited Manchester, NH on November 8, 2007. He spoke at the Center for U.S. Global Engagement's “Impact ’08 in New Hampshire: Building a Better, Safer World” at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics, Saint Anselm College; and met with the Union Leader editorial board.
On November 2, 2007
Sen. Joe Biden returned from DC to speak at Granite State
Living's National Forum on Equality, Opportunity and Access at Radisson
Center of New Hampshire in Manchester, NH. [Flights
back were such that he was unable to
appear on "The Exchange"
Laura Knoy at NHPR in Concord as planned that morning].
>Sen. Joe Biden
on November 1, 2007. He toured the New Hampshire
Library in Concord; and filed for the primary in the Secretary of
office at the State House in Concord followed by a press availability
the State House Steps;[
and meet with
Hampshire voters at Sal's Pizza in Concord.canceled as he had
to return to DC for a Senate vote].
>Sen. Joe Biden visited NH on October 26, 2007; he taped a WMUR "Candidate Cafe" roundtable discussion at Fratello's Restaurant in Manchester; participated in an AARP “Divided We Fail” Forum at The Puritan Conference Center in Manchester; and keynoted the 1st Annual Salem Town Democrats Fall Gala at Brookstone Event Center in Derry.
>Sen. Joe Biden visited NH on October 6, 2007. He spoke at a town hall meeting in The Simon Center at New England College in Henniker; spoke at a town hall meeting in Read Hall at Plymouth State University; and was the guest speaker at the Coos County Democratic Committee's annual Harry S Truman fundraiser at the Town & Country Motor Inn in Shelburne.
>In Hanover, NH on the evening of September 26, 2007, Sen. Joe Biden participated in the debate at Dartmouth; stopped at the Dartmouth student debate party at the Leede Arena, Berry Sports Center; and greeted New Hampshire voters at the campaign's debate party at Jesse’s Steak, Seafood and Tavern.
>Sen. Joe Biden visited NH on August 13, 2007. He visited with local veterans at the New Hampshire Veterans Home in Tilton; addressed the Nashua Rotary Club in Nashua; and visited Liberty House in Manchester, then did a media availability.
>Sen. Joe Biden visited NH on the afternoon of July 6, 2007. He made an unannounced stop at the Farnum Center, a substance abuse treatment center, in Manchester; greeted customers of the Red Arrow Diner in Manchester; attended a house party at the home of State Rep. Marjorie Smith and Peter Smith in Durham; and spoke at state representative candidate Jim Webber's special election campaign kick-off at his home in Kensington.
first six months of 2007 (5 visits,
>On June 3, 2007, Sen. Joe Biden participated in the debate with the seven other candidates at St. Anselm College in Manchester, NH.
>Sen. Joe Biden visited NH on June 1-2, 2007. On the evening of June 1 he attended a house party at the home of Sen. Lou and Patricia D’Allesandro in Manchester. On the morning of June 2 he spoke at the New Hampshire Democratic Party Convention at Rundlett Middle School in Concord. (Then to Iowa).
>Sen. Joe Biden visited NH on May 11-12, 2007. On May 11 he spoke at the Federation of State and Provincial Professional Fire Fighters (IAFF) meeting at the Sheraton Harborside Portsmouth in Portsmouth; attended a house party hosted by Rep. Gil Shattuck at Shattuck's home in Hillsborough; attended a house party hosted by Dr. Carry and Beth Rodd at their home in Bradford; and taped a "Conversation with the Candidate" at WMUR in Manchester. On May 12 he marched in Franklin's Community Day Parade with area Democrats on Central Street in Franklin; met with residents at the Golden Crest Assisted Care Facility in Franklin; attended a house party at the home of Bill and Claire Anderson in Canterbury; and attended the Exeter Town Democratic Committee Annual Chili Fest at the home of Kevin and Susan Fleming in Exeter.
>Sen. Joe Biden held a private meeting with retired generals in Concord; attended a house party at the home of Bill and Hansi Glahn in Concord; and held a town hall meeting on Iraq with Belknap County Democrats at Weirs Community Center in Laconia on an April 14, 2007 visit to NH.
Joe Biden is scheduled to attend the Bobby Stephen's Fund for
29th Annual St. Patrick's Day Celebration at the Executive Court
Facility in Manchester, NH on the evening of March 17, 2007.canceled
due to the weather.
>Sen. Joe Biden visited NH on February 27-28, 2007. On the evening of February 27 he held a town hall meeting on Iraq in Alumni Hall at Dartmouth College. On February 28 he spoke at Granite State Independent Living Center in Concord; held a town hall meeting on Iraq in Simon Center at New England College in Henniker; and attended a reception with Bedford Town Democrats at Bedford Public Library in Bedford.
Joe Biden is scheduled to visit NH on
February 5, 2007.
He plans to speak to the Rochester Rotary Club at the Rochester Country
Club in Rochester; at a public forum/reception hosted by UNH College
at the University of New Hampshire's Memorial Union Building in Durham;
and at a town hall meeting hosted by the Strafford County Democratic
at the Dover Public Library in Dover. Biden postponed this
on February 2 due to a vote on Iraq (S.470) scheduled to take place on
the afternoon of February 5.
>Sen. Joe Biden visited NH on December 16-17, 2006. On the evening of December 16 he spoke at the New Hampshire Young Democrats' holiday party at the home of NHYD board member Kate Vaughn in Manchester. On December 17 he appeared at an activists house party at the home of Tom Maher and Pam Yonkin in Concord; spoke to the World Affairs Council of New Hampshire at Southern New Hampshire University's Walker Auditorium in Manchester; and spoke at the Merrimack County Democrats' holiday party at the home of Rep. Christine Hamm in Hopkinton.
>Sen. Joe Biden
on October 14-16, 2006.
On October 14 he attended a house party in support of state Rep. candidate Eileen Ehlers at the Ehlers' home in Hooksett; participated in a rally with Sullivan County Democrats at Broad Street Park in Claremont; and headlined the Cheshire County Democrats' Annual Spaghetti Dinner at Keene High School in Keene.
On October 15 he attended a house party for state Senator Lou D'Allesandro at the home of Randy and Carolyn Benthien in Goffstown; did a meet and greet at the NHDP Coordinated Campaign Seacoast office at 352 Lafayette Road in Hampton; attended a "Trust New Hampshire Women" event at the home of Barbara and Harlow Carpenter in Kensington; and attended a Portsmouth Democrats house party at the home of state Senator Martha Fuller Clark in Portsmouth.
On October 16 he joined congressional candidate Paul Hodes for a student forum on Iraq in the Student Center at New Hampshire Technical Institute in Concord.
>Sen. Joe Biden visited NH on September 8-9, 2006. On the evening of September 8 he attended a dinner with Nashua Democrats at Nashua Country Club. On September 9 he attended a "potluck" breakfast with Londonderry Democrats at the home of Winston and Denise Grady, New Hampshire State Representative candidates, in Londonderry; and a "potluck" brunch with Merrimack Democrats at the home of State Senate candidate Peter Flood in Merrimack.
>Sen. Joe Biden marched in the Milford Parade; and appeared at a Manchester Democrats' Labor Day BBQ at Alderman Mike Lopez's home in Manchester, NH on September 4, 2006.
>Sen. Joe Biden visited NH on July 21, 2006. He had a private lunch with House and Senate Democratic leaders at Puritan Backroom Restaurant in Manchester; attended a fundraising reception for Bob Backus, also at the Puritan Backroom Restaurant; did meet and greet at the Concord Democrats' booth at the Market Days and Summer Music Festival in downtown Concord; and was the featured speaker in support of Executive Council candidate Bev Hollingworth at an “All-American Social” at the Derry/Salem Elks Lodge in Salem.
>Sen. Joe Biden
on June 30-July 4, 2006. ...four
days-July 2 not counted
On June 30 he spoke at the "Politics & Eggs" breakfast in Bedford. He then traveled up to Concord and did a number of media events, notably an interview with the Concord Monitor ed board and a radio interview on NHPR's "The Front Porch" >, he did a WMUR interview; later in the day he met with Democratic activists at a house party at the home of former Mayor Pat Russell in Keene.
On the morning of July 1 he was spotted in Prime Roast, a coffee shop in Keene; at midday he did a Milford Democratic Committee event at the home of Ron Pieper in Milford; and in the evening he had a dinner in Portsmouth that included State Senators Estabrook and Clark as well as Portsmouth Mayor Marchand.
On July 2 he had to return to Delaware for the day to take care of a family matter.
On July 3 he attended a dessert reception with Rockingham County Democratic Committee and State Senator Maggie Hassan at Around the Corner B&B (Donna Herrmann's) in Exeter (approx 125 people attended).
On July 4 he participated in the Amherst 4th of July Parade.
>Sen. Joe Biden visited NH on the afternoon and evening of June 17, 2006. He attended a fundraiser for State Senate candidate Betsi DeVries, hosted by Professional Fire Fighters of New Hampshire, at the Commercial Street Fishery in Manchester; and did a Strafford County Democratic Committee Town Meeting at Waldron Towers in Dover.
>Sen. Joe Biden spoke
at the Professional Fire Fighters of New Hampshire's 9th Biennial
at the Crowne Plaza in Nashua, NH on May 8, 2006.
2005 (1 visit: 1 day)
>Sen. Joe Biden spoke at a fundraiser for Mayor Bob Baines hosted by the New Hampshire Building & Construction Trades Council at the Alpine Club in Manchester, NH on November 1, 2005.
Joe Biden had planned to speak at the Cheshire Democratic
annual spaghetti supper in NH in mid-September 2005,
by the The
Union Leader's John DiStaso). However he
changed his plans to focus on the Supreme Court nomination process
the resignation of Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor and Bush's
nomination of John Roberts.
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