Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Kucinich Itinerary

Here is a press release on Dennis Kucinich's upcoming Granite State visit.

Presidential Candidate Congressman Dennis Kucinich returns to New Hampshire twice in April, on April 4th and 5th and April 14th and 15th. On April 5th he will speak and meet the public in the rotunda at the New Hampshire Art Institute, 148 Concord Street, Manchester, from 7 to 9 PM. See below for his complete itinerary. Kucinich and his wife, Elizabeth, are recently returned from a quick trip to Europe where among other things he spoke with members of Parliament about the Iraq war and addressed a large anti-war rally in London, and she visited the wounded at Landstuhl Military Hospital, attended the winter meeting of the Democrats abroad, and took part in a peace march. Mrs. Kucinich was joined by NH campaign co-ordinator Christina Kraich-Rogers, a native of Germany. On the fourth anniversary of the start of the Iraq War, Congressman Kucinich has asked his fellow Americans if it is time to consider impeachment of members of the Bush administration. For more information on this visit or to schedule an interview please contact either NH Campaign Coordinator Christina Kraich-Rogers at christina@kucinich.us or Pat Frisella NH Media Coordinator at pat@kucinich.us.

April 4th
7:50AM - Bedford Village Inn - Politics and Eggs breakfast
10AM - Breakfast with Kucinich for students at IOP, St Anselm College
Noon - Simon Center Great Room, New England College, Henniker
2PM - WMUR, Channel 9 - Conversation with the Candidate
7PM - NECN with Jim Braude on News Night

April 5th
8:30 Call in radio interview with Woody Woodland, WSMN, Nashua
9-10AM Laura Knoy, The Exchange, WEVO NHPR
12:30 - Main Street Book Ends, 16 East Main Street, Warner
2:30 - Lincoln Financial Group, Concord
4:30 - Women Making a Difference, Amherst
7-9PM - NH Institute of Art , 148 Concord Street, Manchester - Town Hall Meeting

April 14th
11:30 - 2PM - Oyster River HS, 55 Coe Drive, Durham - World Café at theTeaching Peace Conference
7PM - Auburn - Presidential Forum

April 15th
9AM - Portsmouth - Union Event

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