2008 (2 visits, 4 days)
>Rep. Ron Paul visited NH on January 8, 2008. He greeted voters in Concord at the Ward 4 polling place at St. Peter's Parish Hall; and held his Primary Party at the Courtyard Marriott in Concord.
>Rep. Ron Paul visited NH on January 4-6, 2008.
Late afternoon on January 4 he did a downtown walk in Merrimack; and a house party for undecided voters.
On January 5 he appeared at a house party for undecided voters in the Milford area; did a business walk in Milford; and participated in the WMUR/ABC/Facebook Debate at St. Anselm College in Manchester.
On January 6 he appeared at an NH GOP Brunch at the Function Center at Hampshire Hills in Milford; spoke at the Liberty Forum at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Nashua; and, as he was excluded from the FOX forum, did a one-hour televised town hall meeting from MCAM on No. Commercial Street in Manchester.
On January 7 he plans only one appearance, an evening house party for undecided voters in Windham; canceled and flew to Burbank to appear on "The Tonight Show."
2007 (11 visits, 19 days)
>Rep. Ron Paul visited NH on December 28-29, 2007. On the afternoon of December 28 he did numerous interviews in Manchester, but no open events (live interviews included: WCRN Radio AM; NEC/New England Cable News; Howie Carr Show; KKFT Radio FM; WSCC Radio FM). On December 29 he did meet and greet and breakfast at the Red Arrow Diner in Manchester; and had lunch at the Early Bird Cafe in Plaistow. note: one report mentions downtown walks in Derry and Exeter - not confirmed.
>Rep. Ron Paul visited
on December 1-3, 2007.
On December 1 he spoke to students at the NEC College Convention 2008 at the Center of NH Radisson in Manchester; made a stop at Riley's Sport Shop in Hooksett; attended the Thomas More College “Mud Bowl,” a yearly football game organized by students, at Greeley Park in Nashua; visited businesses on Main Street in Nashua; and held a town hall meeting at Salem High School in Salem.
On December 2 he attended services at Trinity Baptist Church in Concord; and in the evening held a town hall at Magdalen College in Warner.
On December 3 he made a stop at People's Linen Service in Keene; and spoke at Keene State College in Keene.
4 he plans a stop at Tea Bird's Cafe and Bistro in Berlin.
5 he plans a quick stop at J Town Deli & Country Store in
a quick stop at Zeb's General Store in North Conway; an appearance at
Majestic Theatre in Conway; a quick stop at Madison Community Market ?
Deli in Madison; lunch at Whittier House in Ossipee; an appearance at
Community Center in Center Sandwich; a quick stop at the Old Country
in Moultonboro; and a stop at the Hampshire Pewter Shop in Wolfeboro.
planned stops on Dec. 4-5 canceled].
>Rep. Ron Paul visited NH on November 13-14, 2007. On the afternoon and evening of November 13 he chatted with local reporters and area residents at Northland Dairy Bar in Berlin; met with Dixville Notch voters and employees at The Balsam's in Dixville Notch; and attended a public reception at Selectman Larry Rappaport's home in Colebrook. On November 14 he chatted with locals at Burns Truck Stop in North Stratford; did a Q&A with students at Groveton High School in Groveton; chatted with locals at Ray & Deb's Variety Store/Grill in Lancaster; chatted with locals at the Village Gun Store in Whitefield; have lunch and chat with local reporters and area residents at Littleton Diner in Littleton; and chatted with locals at Walker Motors in Woodsville.
>Rep. Ron Paul visited NH on November 9, 2007. (He arrived from DC on the evening of November 8). He did phone interviews with with Arnie Arneson, and with Mike Gallagher; did an interview (not an ed. board) at Foster's in Dover; and did an in-studio interview with Mike Pomp on WTSN 1270 AM in Dover; spoke to and did Q&A with students at Oyster River High School in Durham; and spoke to and did Q&A with students in the Memorial Union Building at UNH in Durham; and did an in-studio interview at WMEX Radio in Rochester.
>Rep. Ron Paul visited NH on November 7, 2007. He delivered a speech and did Q&A with students at Nashua High School South; met with the Nashua Telegraph editorial board at Nashua High School South in Nashua; did a WMUR taping in Manchester; did a WKXL taping in Concord; and did a walk of businesses in downtown Concord. ...to DC.
>Rep. Ron Paul visited NH on October 23, 2007. He filed his candidacy papers at the Secretary of State's office in the State House in Concord; and appeared at the official opening of his campaign headquarters at 45 South Main Street in Concord.
>Rep. Ron Paul visited NH on September 29, 2007. He held a rally, accompanied by his children, grandchildren and great-grandson, at Veterans Park in Manchester; addressed a town hall meeting at New England College's Simon Center in Henniker; spoke to students at an event hosted by Dartmouth College Republicans at the Rockefeller Center at Dartmouth College in Hanover; and spoke on health care and health policy at Dartmouth Medical School's Chilcott Auditorium in Hanover.
>Rep. Ron Paul participated in the debate at UNH in Durham, NH on September 5, 2007.
>Rep. Ron Paul visited NH on August 18-20, 2007. On August 18 he participated in the Londonderry Old Home Days Parade in Londonderry; and attended the Strafford County GOP Picnic & Straw Poll at the home of Brian and Sandy Payne in Center Strafford. On the afternoon of August 19 he attended the Hillsborough County GOP BBQ at Alpine Grove in Hollis. On August 20 he had lunch, including a celebration of his 72nd birthday, at Martha's Exchange restaurant in Nashua; visited Pete's Gun & Tackle in Hudson; and toured Hollis Pharmacy & General Store in Hollis.
>On June 5, 2007 in NH, Rep. Ron Paul appeared on "The Exchange" with Laura Knoy at NHPR in Concord; participated in the debate at St. Anselm College in Manchester; and stopped by a post-debate event at Murphy's Taproom in Manchester.
>Rep. Ron Paul visited NH on February 23-25, 2007. He arrived on February 22 late. On February 23 he taped "Conversation with the Candidates" at WMUR studios; had lunch with state GOP chairman Fergus Cullen at the Barley House Restaurant in Concord; (did a radio interview); and spoke to the Alliance of Derry Taxpayers at Marion Gerrish Center in Derry. On February 24 he met with GOP activists at Merrimack Restaurant in Manchester; had lunch with GOP activists at Lui Lui Restaurant in West Lebanon; lectured at SAE House at Dartmouth University; and in the evening he attended a fundraising reception at the home of Kevin Roll in Pembroke (over 150 people). On February 25 he spoke at the closing ceremony of the Free State Project's 2007 New Hampshire Liberty Forum at the Holiday Inn in Concord.
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