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>Sen. Chuck Hagel visited NH from March 20-22, 2006. On March 20 he spoke at the Greater Manchester Chamber of Commerce's Annual Legislative Dinner at the Bedford Village Inn in Bedford. On March 21 he spoke at a Portsmouth Chamber of Commerce breakfast at the Sheraton Harborside in Portsmouth; met with the editorial board of the Concord Monitor, at the newpaper's headquarters in Concord; held a luncheon discussion with the New Hampshire College and University Council at their offices in Concord; at the State House in Concord he did a meet and greet with Gov. Lynch, did a meet and greet with Speaker of House Douglas Scamman Jr. and House leadership, and did photo op with Republican State Senators; and he finished the day speaking at the Merrimack County Republicans' Lincoln Day Dinner at Grappone Conference Center in Concord. On March 22 he did a live radio interview on "The Exchange" with Laura Knoy at New Hampshire Public Radio.
>Sen. Chuck Hagel visited NH on May 2-4, 2005. On the evening of May 2 he attended the Manchester Republican Committee's Second Annual Springtime Reception at the home of B.J. Perry. On May 3 he spoke to students at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College; stopped to meet with Republican legislators at the State Capitol in Concord; spoke to students at Plymouth State College; and in the evening received an award for "leadership in public communication" from the Franklin Pierce College Marlin Fitzwater Center at the College's Manchester campus. On May 4 he spoke at the "Politics and Eggs" breakfast in Bedford[speech]; spoke to students at New England College in Henniker; and stopped in at the Union Leader. State Sen. Bob Odell (R-Lempster), a longtime acquaintance, helped organize the trip.
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