>Gen. Wesley Clark (ret.) hosted a fundraiser for Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter at a mansion in the old part of Portsmouth, NH on March 2, 2007. (An attendee reported that Clark stated, "I'm not a candidate for President, but I haven't said I won't run." Further, in response to a question, he said he would not announce a candidacy within the next three months, because once he announces his views will be discounted.)
2006 (3 visits: 5 days)
>Gen. Wesley Clark (ret.) visited NH on October 20-21, 2006. On October 20 he did a press conference with congressional candidate Carol Shea-Porter at Sweeney American Legion Post in Manchester; attended a reception to support Goffstown Democrats at Travers Village Eatery in Goffstown; attended a reception for Concord Democrats at VFW Hall in Concord; and attended a banquet for Portsmouth Democrats at the Sheraton Portsmouth Harborside Hotel in Portsmouth. On October 21 he attended a Seabrook Democrats' meet and greet at Faro Gardens in Hampton Falls; attended a house party for Nashua Democrats at the home of Cindy Rosenwald in Nashua; and attended a potluck dinner to benefit Katrina victims and the Henniker-San Ramon Sister City Project at Henniker Congregational Church in Henniker.
>Gen. Wesley Clark (ret.) spoke at the Professional Fire Fighters of New Hampshire's 9th Biennial Convention at the Crowne Plaza in Nashua, NH on May 10, 2006.
>Gen. Wesley Clark (ret.)
18-19, 2006. On March 18 he held a town hall meeting
at New England College in Henniker;attended a noon gathering hosted by
Rep. Gail Morrison and Pauline Chabot in Sanbornton;and spoke at Searles
School and Chapel in Windham to benefit the Salem and Windham Democratic
Town Committees. On March 19 attended a brunch with Rep. Claudia
Chase at the home of Viki and Roger Williams in Greenfield.
2005 (1 visit: 1 day)
>Gen. Wesley Clark (ret.) spoke at the Manchester City Democratic Committee's annual Flag Day dinner at the Radisson Hotel-Center of New Hampshire in Manchester, NH on June 12, 2005. [speech]
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