On October 12, 2006 former Gov. Mark Warner announced that he would not make a run for the White House in 2008.
>Gov. Mark Warner visited
on September 22-23, 2006. Starting on the afternoon of September
22 he visited with students at Concord High School in Concord; visited
the Rochester Fair with State Senate candidates Jackie Cilley and George
Cleveland and congressional candidate Carol Shea Porter at Cold Spring
Park in Rochester; and spoke at the Strafford County Democratic Victory
Dinner at The Governor's Inn in Rochester. On September 23
he breakfasted with State Senate candidate Betsi DeVries at Belmont Hall
Plans to campaign
with congressional candidate Paul Hodes at Carter Hill Orchard in
Concord; and to visit with volunteers at New Hampshire Democratic Party
campaign headquarters at 379 Elm Street in Manchester were canceled
due to rain.
>Former Gov. Mark Warner
visited NH on August 18-19, 2006.
On August 18 he started with a event for State Senate candidate Harold Janeway at the home of State Rep. Christina Hamm in Hopkinton; did an event with State Senate candidate Deb Reynolds at the Common Man Inn in Plymouth; and attended a coffee and dessert social for the Conway Democratic Committee at the Gibson Center in Conway. Overnight in Keene.
On August 19 he toured downtown Keene with State Senate candidate Molly Kelly; headlined an event with the Stoddard Democrats at Lakefalls Lodge (Shinbone Shack) in Stoddard; attended the Annual Merrimack County Summer BBQ and Potluck Picnic at the home of Harry Judd and Rep. Marybeth Walz in Bow; stopped in Portsmouth to support State Senator Martha Fuller Clark; and had dinner with Governor John Lynch.
>Former Gov. Mark Warner addressed the Blue State/Blue Plate Lunch at the NH Democratic Party Convention at St. Anselm College in Manchester, NH on June 3, 2006.
>Former Gov. Mark Warner
visited NH on February 10, 2006. He toured Stonyfield
Farm in Londonderry; had private meetings with George Bruno, former Rep.
Dick Swett, and Gov. John Lynch at the Center of New Hampshire Radisson
Inn in Manchester; and then delivered the keynote address at the New Hampshire
Democratic Party's 100 Club dinner, also at the Center of New Hampshire
>Gov. Mark Warner visited NH on November 18, 2005. He arrived in Nashua late on the night of November 17 (earlier that day he spoke on education at Harvard's Institute of Politics). On November 18 he participated in an education roundtable with Gov. Lynch at Nashua High School South, focusing on at-risk youth and dropout prevention; and spoke at a NH Senate Democratic Caucus lunch at Puritan Backroom Restaurant in Manchester. [speech]
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