2007 (4 visits, 6 days)
[Brownback ended his campaign on October 19, 2007]
>Sen. Sam Brownback
visited NH on September 4-5, 2007. On September
4 he held a Social Security forum with William Shipman, author of "Promises
Saving Social Security's Dream," at Bonhoeffer's Cafe in Nashua; held a Social Security forum with Shipman at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics, Saint Anselm College in Manchester; greeted supporters at DeColores Bookstore, a Christian bookstore in Salem; and held a Social Security forum with William Shipman in the Memorial Union Building at the University of New Hampshire in Durham. On September 5 he participated in the debate at UNH in Durham.
>Sen. Sam Brownback visited NH on August 13-14, 2007. On the evening of August 13 he attended a house party at the Kardos residence on Hunters Road in Bedford. On August 14 he spoke at Thomas Moore College in the College of Liberal Arts cafeteria in Merrimack; and toured and spoke to employees at Turbocam in Barrington.
>Sen. Sam Brownback participated in the debate at St. Anselm College in Manchester, NH on June 5, 2007. Brownback had been scheduled to appear at the Republican State Committee dinner on June 6 but did not make it due to Senate business.
>Sen. Sam Brownback visited NH on March 19, 2007. He taped "Conversation with the Candidate" at WMUR-TV studios in Manchester; discussed his alternate flat tax initiative at Oracle New Hampshire in Nashua; and had lunch with New Hampshire religious leaders and activists at Fratello's Ristorante Italiano in Manchester, followed by a media availibility.
2006 (1 visit, 1 day)
>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.
2005 (2 visits, 3 days)
>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.
>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,
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).
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