2008 (.5 visit, 8 days)
>Rep. Dennis Kucinich in NH from the afternoon of December 27, 2007 to January 8, 2008. ...seeking further details
On January 5 he rallied outside the WMUR/ABC/Facebook Democratic debate at St. Anselm College in Manchester.
On January 6in the morning he received the endorsement of actor Viggo Mortenson (best known for portraying Aragorn in The Lord of the Rings) at a press conference at JW Hill Sports Bar & Grill in Manchester. "Rally of Kucinich supporters this afternoon in Manchester." Held a fundraiser at Piccola Italian Restaurant in Manchester. In the evening he hosted a forum on "Separation and Balance of Power" at MCAM studios on No. Commercial Street in Manchester.
On the evening of January 7 he held a town hall meeting on ground water contamination and the proposed sale of Verizon services and facilities at Susty's Radical Vegan Food Café in Northwood.
On the evening of January 8 he held his Primary Night party in Manchester.
2007 (16.5 visits, 39 days)
>Rep. Dennis Kucinich arrived in NH on the afternoon of December 27, 2007 and stayed through the Primary. On December 31 he attended, with his wife Elizabeth, a New Year's Eve party and concert "Resolution for Peace: A New Year's Concert for the Community" at the MCAM TV-23 Studios in Manchester, NH. 4 days
>Rep. Dennis Kucinich visited NH on December 16, 2007.
On December 16 he did non-public events and in the evening participated on a panel on "A Focus on The Bill of Rights" at MCAM Studios in Manchester.
[On December 17 he flew back to Washington, DC for votes; Elizabeth represented him at most of the other events, except several that did not want surrogates
17 he plans to visit classes and speak with students at Sunapee
High School in Sunapee; hold a town hall meeting on "Defending the
at Claremont Community Center in Claremont; hold a town hall meeting on
"Defending the Constitution" at Colby Sawyer College, Wheeler Hall,
Campus Center; and attend a private house party in Hillsborough.
18 he plans to visit Clayton Holton, who has muscular dystrophy and
advocates the use of medical marijuana, at Riverside Rest Home in
have lunch at Dover Natural Foods, then visit area businesses in
Dover; hold a town hall meeting with students at Oyster River High
in Durham; meet and greet with students at UNH main campus in Durham;
in an Every Child Matters Forum at UNH, Huddleston Hall in Durham; and
hold a town hall meeting on green energy and environment at Epping Town
Hall in Epping].
visited NH from November 20-29, 2007.
On November 20 in Concord he did a book signing at Gibson's Bookstore; made an appearance at Concord High School; got a $400 haircut with donation to the Autism Society of America at Hair Biz Salon; and held an LGBT town hall meeting at the New Hampshire Freedom to Marry Coalition office.
On November 21 he held a press conference on impeachment with State Rep. Betty Hall at the Radisson Hotel in Manchester; a town hall at the University of New Hampshire Memorial Union Building in Durham; a book signing at Riverrun Bookstore in Portsmouth; a town hall meeting at Somersworth Democracy Factory in Somersworth; and a town hall meeting at Cafe on the Corner in Dover.
He spent November 22, Thanksgiving Day, in Manchester. No public events, but he and his wife visited the Liberty House Shelter for Homeless veterans in Manchester.
On November 23 he did a book signing at the White Birch Bookstore in North Conway; a meet and greet at Mocha Rizing in Center Sandwich; and a town hall meeting at Old Town Hall in Jackson.
On November 24 he did a meet and greet at Tea Birds Cafe in Berlin; a house party in Lancaster; a town hall meeting at Littleton Senior Center in Littleton.
On November 25 he did a meet and greet at Bagel Works in Keene; a meet and greet at Lindy's Diner in Keene; a house party in Acworth; a town hall meeting at Westmoreland Town Hall in Westmoreland; a book-signing at Toadstool Bookshop in Keene; a town hall meeting at Unitarian Universalist Church in Keene; and a house party in Keene.
On November 26 he did a book signing at the Toadstool Bookshop in Milford; spoke to The Rotary Club of Nashua at the Nashua Country Club; did a book signing at Dartmouth book store; and held a U.S. Constitution/Impeachment teach-in in the Filene Auditorium at Dartmouth College.
On November 27 he held a town hall meeting at Plymouth State University, Hartman Union Building in Plymouth; a town hall meeting at New Hampton School, Smith Gymnasium in New Hampton; speak at a Carbon/Nuclear Free Symposium at New Hampshire Technical Institute in Concord, and a town hall meeting at Phillips Exeter Academy in Exeter.
On November 28 he spoke to students at Nashua High School South; did an editorial board with the Nashua Telegraph at Nashua High School South; spoke at the New England College Convention 2008 at the Radisson Hotel in Manchester; and held a town hall meeting broadcast live on MCAM public access television.
On November 29 he was the guest on New Hampshire Public Radio's 'The Exchange' with Laura Knoy at NH Public Radio in Concord.
>Rep. Dennis Kucinich visited NH on November 10, 2007. He met with homeless veterans at Liberty House in Manchester; held a town hall meeting at the Radisson Hotel, Salon A in Manchester; attended the opening of his new Manchester office at 786 Elm Street (above the Merrimack Restaurant; formerly the John Cox office) in Manchester; visited the Salvation Army's McKenna House homeless shelter in Concord; held a town hall meeting at the NH Technical Institute auditorium in Concord; and attended the Manchester Monarchs vs. Lowell Devils hockey game at the Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester.
>Rep. Dennis Kucinich spoke at Granite State Independent Living's National Forum on Equality, Opportunity and Access at Radisson Center of New Hampshire in Manchester, NH on November 2, 2007. He also did a lot of media interviews.
>Rep. Dennis Kucinich visited NH on October 26, 2007. He taped WMUR's "Candidate Cafe" at the Merrimack Restaurant in Manchester; with wife Elizabeth filed his candidate papers in the Secretary of State's office at the State House in Concord; with Elizabeth made an unscheduled stop at 4 Park St., where they visited the offices of the NH American Friends Service Committee and NH Peace Action; and in the afternoon did media interviews mostly by phone.
>Rep. Dennis Kucinich visited NH on October 12-13, 2007. On October 12 did a couple of interviews (Boston FOX and WOKQ). On October 13 he visited the UNH College Democrats tent at the pre-game tailgating party and attended the first part of the UNH homecoming football game in Durham; spoke at the CleanAir/Cool Planet Conference at the Radisson Hotel in Manchester; and spoke at the Strafford County Democratic Party Victory Dinner at Governor's Inn in Rochester.
>Rep. Dennis Kucinich visited NH on September 28-29, 2007. On September 28 he spoke at the Northern Grafton County Democrats' first annual JFK dinner/fundraiser at the Peabody Lodge at Cannon Mountain in Franconia. On September 29 he spoke to students in the Holloway Commons at UNH in Durham.
>Rep. Dennis Kucinich participated in the debate at Dartmouth in Hanover, NH on the evening of September 26, 2007. (only event)
Dennis Kucinich was scheduled to visit Rochester, NH on the
afternoon of August 24, 2007. cancelled; went to
visited NH on August 15-16, 2007.
On August 15 he held a press conference to announce endorsements at Merrimack Restaurant in Manchester; did a meet and greet at Red Arrow Restaurant in Manchester; visited Families in Transition in Manchester; did a meet and greet at Concord Cooperative Market in Concord; held a press conference at the Christa McAuliffe Planetarium on the campus of New Hampshire Technical College in Concord; did a Main Street meet and greet and address crowd on Town Common prior to the Concert in the Park in Plymouth; and spoke at the monthly meeting of the Plymouth Area Democrats at Plymouth Senior Center in Plymouth.
On August 16 at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard he met with Captain Jonathan Iverson, met with Paul O’’Connor, Metal Trades Council President at the Shipyard, and other Metal Trades representatives, walked to the Union Hall and address union workers; held a press conference outside Gate # 1 at the Shipyard; [
a town hall meeting in the Town Park in Dovercanceled];
and walked down Central Ave. in Dover and attended an open house at
for President campaign headquarters at 83 Dover Place, 2nd floor in
>Rep. Dennis Kucinich visited NH on June 2-3, 2007. On June 2 he spoke at the New Hampshire Democratic Party Convention at Rundlett Middle School in Concord; and did an interview on the show "Policy Watch" with Joe Briggs at MCAM-TV23 in Manchester. On June 3 he participated in the debate at St. Anselm College in Manchester; and stopped in at the debate watch party at Jillian's in Manchester.
>Rep. Dennis Kucinich visited Portsmouth, NH on May 19, 2007. He addressed a "Stop the Sale" rally of union members (opposing the proposed $2.7 billion sale of Verizon's local landline business to a North Carolina-based company) at Prescott Park; did a news conference and meet-and-greet at the Rosa Restaurant; and attended a reception with union leaders, members, and friends at the Rusty Hammer Restaurant.
>Rep. Dennis Kucinich visited NH on April 14-15, 2007. On April 14 he did an interview with MCAM-TV23 in Manchester; participated in a World Café Conversation at the Teaching Peace Conference at Oyster River High School in Durham; addressed the Step it Up rally at Market Square in Portsmouth; met with retired generals and admirals in Concord; and did a meet and greet withYoung Democrats at Shaskeen Pub in Manchester. On April 15 he meeting with Teamsters Local 633 in Portsmouth.
visited NH on April 4-5, 2007. On April 4
did an interview with Angela Anderson from WGIR; spoke at Politics
Eggs at the Bedford Village Inn in Bedford; did an interview with Carl
Cameron of FOX News; did a breakfast with Kucinich in the reading room
at the Institute of Politics, St. Anselm College in Manchester; did an
interview with James Pindell from the Boston Globe; spoke at New
College, Simon Center Great Room in Henniker; taped WMUR-TV's
with the Candidate" in Manchester; and appeared on News Night with Jim
Braude on NECN.
On April 5 he did a call in radio interview with Woody Woodland, WSMN Nashua; appeared on "The Exchange" > with Laura Knoy at NHPR in Concord; spoke at Main Street Book Ends in Warner; met with employees at Lincoln Financial Group in Concord; met with Women Making a Difference at the "Fells" (clubhouse of a new housing complex) in Amherst; and hold a town hall meeting at Restaurant Chateau in Manchester (this was planned for the Institute of Art in Manchester, but that very was closed due to the big snow storm and had no electricity).
>Rep. Dennis Kucinich visited NH on March 3-4, 2007. On March 3 he did a meet Dennis at Merrimack Public Library; met with Anne Miller of NH Peace Action in Concord; showed up for the 2007 Laconia World Championship Sled Dog Derby a bit late; did media interviews and a meet Dennis at The Met Coffeehouse in North Conway; and attended a private house party in North Conway. On March 4 he made another stop at the 2007 Laconia World Championship Sled Dog Derby; and did a breakfast with Dennis at the Merrimack Restaurant in Manchester.
visited NH on February 18-20, 2007.
On February 18 he met with Save Our Groundwater at The Sugar Shack in Barrington; spoke at a public forum on Health Care Security Now at NH Technical Institute in Concord; spoke to Belknap County Democrats at Opechee Park Clubhouse in Laconia;and delivered a public address and Q&A at Dartmouth College's Hinman Forum at Rockefeller Hall in Hanover.
On February 19 he participated in the official opening of the Kucinich campaign office at 29 Center Street in Keene; met with Keene State College students at Young Student Center in Keene; attended a house party in Peterborough; attended a house party with Gary and Jackie Rietveld in Hopkinton; and spoke atTheatre II, MUB on UNH campus in Durham, presented by UNH Peace & Justice.
On February 20 [
planned a private breakfast with "Granny D" in Keene canceled
because he had a cold]; he spoke at the Marlin Fitzwater
“Tuesday Briefing” series at Franklin Pierce College in Rindge, and had
lunch with students afterwards.
visited NH on February 3-4, 2007. After spending
previous day in Maine, he started February 3 with an appearance
on WSCA, Portsmouth Community Radio in Portsmouth; attended a meet and
greet with Cheshire County and Keene City Democrats at 2 Eagle Court
the Bagelworks) in Keene; met with the Swing the Vote steering
in Keene; did an interview with Cheshire TV; and in the evening
a meeting with Mothers Uniting at Keene Unitarian Universalist Church
Keene. On February 4 he attended a meet and greet with
for New Hampshire at Atlantic Media (Old Public Works Building) in
attended a meet and greet at RiverRun Books in Portsmouth; attended a
and greet with Strafford County Democrats at Dover Public Library in
spoke at a reception at the Governor's Inn in Rochester; and concluded
with a private reception/house party in Farmington.
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