My apologies for putting this up so late.
This event summary was submitted by Gregory Boguslavsky, the Chairman of the New Hampshire College Republicans:
Several members of the College Republicans joined a group of politicians and local Fred Thompson supporters to welcome the Senator and his wife Jeri Kehn as they arrived in Manchester. The so-called FredHeads sported printed and homemade signs, as well as American flags and "FDT 08" buttons. Some of the signs read "Run Fred Run," "The Hunt 4 Fred November," and "Law & Order at the Border." Thompson spent some time greeting all of those assembled, taking pictures, and signing autographs. He seemed particularly impressed by a supporter who brought an original copy of Barry Goldwater's The Conscience of a Conservative, which he gladly autographed.
Many were impressed by Senator Thompson's imposing physical presence, relaxed and good-natured demeanor, and by his charming wife.