>Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton in NH on January 4-8, 2008.
2008 (1 visit, 5 days)
>Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton visited NH on December 15, 2007. She campaigned door to door with state Sen. Lou D'Allesandro starting at corner of Mason St. and Montgomery Street (on the West side) in Manchester, then went with D'Allesandro to Chez Vachon in Manchester; spoke at “Countdown to a New Beginning” event at Timberlane High School in Plaistow; and spoke at a “Countdown to a New Beginning” event at Daniel Webster College in Nashua.
>Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton visited NH on December 6, 2007. She attended an Organizing for Change event at Gunstock Ski Resort, The Lodge in Gilford; and attended an NH-NEA endorsement event at Manchester's Technical Community College Health and Science Building cafeteria in Manchester.
>On the evening of November 30, 2007, following the hostage situation at her campaign's Rochester office, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton flew to NH to,"thank the law enforcement officials, to see my staff – particularly those who not only were physically held hostage, but all those who supported this effort during the day to make sure we got information, that we kept families apprised, that we closely coordinated with law enforcement." She held a press availability at the Sheraton Harborside Portsmouth Hotel in Portsmouth.
>Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton visited NH on November 26, 2007. She attended a campaign event at the Kimball-Jenkins Estate in Concord; held a health care roundtable at the home of Judy Lanza in Goffstown; made an OTR stop at Loaf and Ladle in Exeter; and in the early evening potluck dinner with NH for Hillary volunteers at IUPAT Council #35 in Brentwood.
>Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton visited NH on November 7-8, 2007. Arriving in Keene from Iowa on the afternoon of November 7 she attend a campaign event with home improvement expert Bob Vila at Town House Upper Hall in Peterborough; and attended an "Organizing for Change" event at Nashua High School South in Nashua. On November 8 she held an energy and environment roundtable with undecided voters at Cranmore Mountain Resort dining room in North Conway; attended an "Organizing for Change" event at Kennett High School in North Conway; and attended an “Organizing for Change” event at Flanagan Community Center in Somersworth.
>Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton visited NH on November 1-2, 2007. Mid-afternoon on November 1 she attended a “UNH Welcomes Hillary” event at University of New Hampshire, Field House in Durham. On November 2 she had breakfast with five of the New Hampshire for Hillary campaign’s top volunteers at the Belmont Restaurant in Concord; spoke at Granite State Independent Living's National Forum on Equality, Opportunity and Access at Radisson Center of New Hampshire in Manchester; filed for the primary in the Secretary of State's office at the State House thened join supporters on the State House Steps in Concord; and greeted patrons and made a speech at Sophie and Zeke’s in Claremont.
>Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton visited NH on October 16, 2007. She delivered a policy address on helping parents balance work and family at the YWCA in Manchester; met with the Nashua Telegraph ed board at Nashua High School South in Nashua; visited My Gym in Bedford; attended a house party at the home of Dr. Mary McGowen in Bedford; and held a Women Changing America Town Hall at Salem High School in Salem.
>Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton visited NH on October 10-11, 2007. On October 10 she discussed innovation at GT Solar Inc, Annex Building in Merrimack; and hosted an innovation event at Derry Opera House, Adams Memorial Building in Derry. She then traveled to Boston, MA for an evening Club 44 “Making History” event. On October 11 she appeared on "The Exchange" with Laura Knoy at NHPR in Concord; discussed college affordability in the Hartman Union Building gymnasium at Plymouth State University; and attended a barn party at Hackleboro Orchard in Canterbury.
>Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton participated in the debate at Dartmouth; and then visited the campaign's debate watch party at Ramunto's in Hanover, NH on the evening of September 26, 2007.
>Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton and former President Bill Clinton visited NH on September 2, 2007, holding a Fall Kick-Off Rally at the State House in Concord and Fall Kick-Off Rally at Pleasant Street at Market Square in Portsmouth.
>Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton visited NH on the afternoon and evening of August 23, 2007. She plans spoke on health care at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon; visited Main Street Bookends in Warner; attended a house party hosted by Gary and Carol Sobelson in Concord; and attended a house party hosted by State Sen. Lou D’Alessandro and his wife Patricia at their home in Manchester. (In Concord on the morning of August 24; no public events).
>Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton visited NH on August 8, 2007. She toured the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard; and delivered a major policy address at Rochester Opera House in Rochester.
>Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton visited NH on August 7, 2007. On the morning of August 7 she delivered a major policy address at the Ernest P. Barka Elementary School gymnasium in Derry. She then headed to Chicago for the AFL-CIO Working Families Presidential Candidates Forum.
>Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton participated in Seacoast Media Group’s Presidential Forum on Energy and the Environment at Seacoast Media Group Offices in Portsmouth, NH on the afternoon of July 24, 2007.
visited NH on July 13, 2007, doing her first joint
events in the state with former President Bill Clinton. They
a "Rally for Change" at Alumni Field at Keene High School in Keene; a
for Change" at Vagge Gym at Daniel Webster College in Nashua; and a
for Change" at Victory Park in Manchester. [
14 she plans a "Ready for Change Conversation" at the American
in Rochester; and a "Ready for Change Conversation" at Salem High
Seifert Auditorium in Salem.July 14 events canceled so the
family could attend the funeral of Lady Bird Johnson].
first six months of 2007 (9 visits,
>Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton visited NH on June 14-15, 2007. On the evening of June 14 she delivered the keynote address at the Manchester Central High School graduation at the Verizon Center in Manchester. On June 15 she held a conversation on stem cell research at Hopkins Center for the Arts at Dartmouth College in Hanover; Clinton also met with a small group of local people at the Hanover Inn before the speech and another small group after the speech.
>On June 3, 2007 in Manchester, NH, Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton participated in the debate at St. Anselm College; and thanked supporters at debate watch party at Milly’s Tavern.
>Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton visited NH on May 29, 2007. She delivered a "major policy address" ("progressive vision for strengthening the middle class in the face of rising income inequality and globalization" at the Manchester School of Technology in Manchester; did a downtown walk in Nashua that included a stop at Martha’s Exchange restaurant; and taped the “Conversation with a Candidate” at WMUR studios in Manchester.
>Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton visited NH on May 11, 2007. She participated in a roundtable discussion with local families on children’s health care at Exeter Hospital Center in Exeter; spoke at the Federation of State and Provincial Professional Fire Fighters (IAFF) meeting at the Sheraton Harborside Portsmouth in Portsmouth; participated in a roundtable discussion on children's health care at Lakes Region Healthcare in Laconia; made an unannounced stop and met customers and local reporters at the Soda Shoppe in Laconia; and attended a house party-style "Conversation with Granite Staters" at the home of Bob and former State Senator Barbara Baldizar in Meredith. Note: On May 12 the campaign held a statewide "Day of Action for Hillary."
>Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton visited NH on April 13-14, 2007. On April 13 she delivered a "major policy address" at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics, St. Anselm College in Manchester; and did a "Conversation with Granite Staters" at Central High School gymnasium in Manchester. On April 14 she held a "Conversation with Granite Staters" at Winnacunnet High School gymnasium in Hampton.
>Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton addressed the NEA-New Hampshire Delegate Assembly at Grappone Conference Center in Concord, NH on the afternoon of March 30, 2007.
>Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton visited NH on March 10, 2007. She met with Gov. Lynch and former State Senator Mary Louise Hancock at 33 Washington St. in Concord; made an unannounced stop at stop at Swan Chocolates in downtown Nashua; and was the guest speaker at the New Hampshire Democratic Party's "100 Club" fundraising dinner at the Sheraton Nashua Hotel in Nashua that evening.
>Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton conducted a town-hall style "Conversation with Granite Staters" at Dover High School Cafeteria in Dover, NH on the morning of February 17, 2007, then headed to DC for the Senate vote on a nonbinding resolution on Iraq.
>Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton visited NH on February 10-11, 2007. On February 10 conducted a town hall-style "Conversation with Granite Staters" at Berlin City Hall in Berlin; and conducted a town hall-style "Conversation with Granite Staters" at Concord High School gymnasium in Concord. Overnight in Manchester. On February 11 she started with a couple of unannounced stops in Manchester, first visiting with customers at Pappy's Pizza and Family Restaurant, and then meeting with labor leaders and officials at The Chateau restaurant; attended a house party-style "Conversation with Granite Staters" at the home of Alan and Joan Reische in Manchester; attended house party-style "Conversation with Granite Staters" at the home of Executive Councilor Debora Pignatelli in Nashua; and conducted a town hall-style "Conversation with Granite Staters" at Keene High School in Keene.
Hillary Rodham Clinton had been scheduled to visit NH on February
3-4, 2007, including town hall forum at Concord High School on
3 and a private breakfast meeting with Democratic activists in Keene on
the morning of February 4, but postponed
the trip on January 31 due to the death of her father-in-law Dick
Hillary Rodham Clinton had not visited the Granite State since Oct. 18,
1996, when as First Lady she participated in a panel with women at the
Adult Learning Center in Nashua. However, she did events such as
attending a private fundraiser for Gov. Lynch's re-election campaign at
the Harvard Club in Boston on the
evening of Oct. 28, 2005.
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