|NEW HAMPSHIRE||4 Electoral Votes|
Russell, Robb Thomson, Jim Merrill
Office: 134 North Main Street, Concord (NHRSC hdqtrs)
Victory 2000 Exec. Dir.:
New Hampshire Republican
State Director: Scott Sebastian
Office: 1361 Elm Street, Manchester
Coordinated Campaign Director: Ken Robinson
New Hampshire Democratic
Travel (Aug. 1-Nov. 7)
GWB: 2 visits
DC: 2 visits
Travel (Aug. 1-Nov. 7)
AG: 1 visit
JL: 2 visits
|Nov. 6 -- JL evening rally at University of New Hampshire, Durham.|
|Nov. 3 -- DC Victory 2000 rally at Wiggins Airways, Manchester Regional Airport, Manchester.|
|Oct. 31 -- JL delivers remarks on the New Economy at UNH-Manchester (moved from original localtion at Mill Girl Statue Plaza due to weather), Manchester.|
|Oct. 20 -- GWB One-on-One at Saint Anselm College, Goffstown (Manchester). Sen. John McCain had been scheduled to appear with Bush but did not make it due to a case of food poisoning.|
Sept. 13 -- AG late night rally at City Hall Plaza, Manchester.
Sept. 14 -- AG promotes plan to recruit and help fund 100,000 new teachers, Parkside Junior High School, Manchester.
[This visit was Gore's first to the state since the Feb. 1 primary].
|Sept. 7 -- (arrive in Manchester from Portland, ME) DC, accompanied by LC, remarks on defense modernization at Insight Technologies, Inc. in Londonderry.|
Aug. 29 -- GWB airport arrival at Pease International Tradeport, fundraising reception for the New Hamphire Republican Party, Rye ($).
Aug. 30 -- GWB education remarks, Winnacunnet High School, Hampton. [This visit was Bush's first to the state since the Feb. 1 primary].
|A Sampling of More Campaign Activity||A Sampling of More Campaign Activity|
|Oct. 25 -- "Barnstorm for Reform" -- Govs. Rowland (CT), Janklow (SD) and Racicot (MT) and Texas Democrat Ken Armbrister at an elementary school in Manchester.||Oct. 27 -- Karenna
Gore Schiff speaks to women in Concord.
Oct. 23 -- Secretary of Transportation Rodney Slater, 1998 Texas Democratic gubernatorial nominee Garry Mauro and other Democrats unveil the DNC's 10-minute video on Bush at a news conference in Concord, one of dozens of such events around the country.
Oct. 19 -- Bill Bradley rallies at the Capitol in Concord, speaks in support of Gore and Gov. Shaheen at University of New Hampshire in Durham, and speaks at the NHDP's Jefferson-Jackson dinner in Manchester.
Sept. 28 -- Maryland Gov. Parris Glendening in Manchester and Keene.
Sept. 25 -- Hadassah Lieberman roundtable discussion with seniors about Medicare and prescription drug prices at Arel Manor in Nashua.
|Bush strategist Matthew Dowd notes that Bush/RNC spending in NH exceeded Gore/DNC spending in the state during the last three weeks.|
|Some Newspaper Endorsements||Some Newspaper Endorsements|
|The Union-Leader --11/4/00||The
Concord Monitor --11/5/00
Portsmouth Herald --10/22/00
|Miscellaneous Notes||Miscellaneous Notes|
|Sen. Judd Gregg served as the stand-in for Vice President Gore during Bush's debate practice sessions.||The Associated Press reported on Aug. 3 that Gov. Jeanne Shaheen was one of six people being considered by Gore for his running mate. For several days this story and its implications received much play in New Hampshire press.|
On Oct. 2 Ralph Nader, travelling in New England on the day before the first presidential debate in Boston, visited Concord, holding a press conference at the Legislative Office Building and delivering a speech at Franklin Pierce Law Center.
Nader State Coordinator: Anthony Schinella
Pat Buchanan overnighted in Manchester on Oct. 1 and did some interviews on Oct. 2, in a low key visit. The New Hampshire Reform Party held a press conference at the Legislative Office Building in Concord on Oct. 2 (directly after Nader's press conference) but the event took place without Buchanan. The candidate headed to Maine, and, on Oct. 3, to Boston.
New Hampshire Reform Party
Chairman: Ted Maravelias
Harry Browne visited New Hampshire Sept. 22-23. On Sept. 22 he and running mate Art Olivier along with erstwhile challenger Don Gorman attended the Gun Owners of New Hampshire banquet in Manchester. On the afternoon and evening of Sept. 23 Browne attended the Libertarian Party of New Hampshire convention and did some media.
Libertarian Party of New Hampshire
Chairperson: Danielle Donovan
Copyright 2000, 2001
Eric M. Appleman/Democracy in Action.