Sen. Russ Feingold (D-WI): New Hampshire Visits
updated through Nov. 30, 2006   3 visits, 4 days

Sen. Russ Feingold announced on November 12, 2006 that he would not pursue a presidential bid.

>Sen. Russ Feingold spoke at the NH Democratic Party Convention at St. Anselm College in Manchester, NH on June 3, 2006; he addressed the Convention "Kick-Off" Breakfast and took questions in the Davison Hall Dining Commons and then met and listened to New Hampshire Democrats in Carr Hall (he next went to Maine, where he spoke at the Maine Democratic Convention in Augusta).

>Sen. Russ Feingold spoke to over 150 people at the Upper Valley Democrats' "Dessert and Coffee" at the Black Community Center in Hanover, NH on the evening of January 7, 2006.  (Earlier in the day he campaigned in Vermont with Senate candidate Bernie Sanders).

>Sen. Russ Feingold visited NH on September 30-October 1, 2005.  On September 30 he called in to "The Exchange" with Laura Knoy at NHPR (he had hoped to appear in studio but there were votes in the Senate); took a short walking tour of downtown Manchester with Mayor Bob Baines and did a press availability in the courtyard next to City Hall; met with New Hampshire political leaders at the SEIU office in Concord; met privately with Gov. Lynch at the Capitol; and keynoted the Rockingham County Democrats' first annual Eleanor Roosevelt Covered Dish Dinner at Epping American Legion Hall.  [speech]  On October 1 Feingold held a listening session in the Rockefeller Center at Dartmouth College in Hanover.

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