Saturday, September 22, 2007
Sunday, September 23, 5:00 p.m.
Crown Plaza Hotel Nashua
2 Somerset Pkwy
Nashua, NH 03063
Friday, September 21, 2007
TV and film star will headline "Keep it Made in America" event to encourage NH voters to ask presidential candidates to speak out about the issues that threaten U.S. workers and manufacturers
WHAT: Television and film star John Ratzenberger and the Alliance for American Manufacturing (AAM) will kick off the 'Keep it Made in America' Town Hall Series in Manchester, New Hampshire. The town hall will highlight the growing demand among voters that the presidential candidates address the challenges facing American workers and manufacturers.
WHO: John Ratzenberger (Cheers/ Travel Channel's John Ratzenberger's Made in America)
WHEN: Tuesday, September 25
(John Ratzenberger is available for pre- and post-event one-on-one interviews beginning Thursday, September 20 th and immediately following the event)
WHERE: Palace Theatre
80 Hanover Street, Manchester
Washington, DC – American Solutions for Winning the Future announced today that it will hold free “Solutions Day” workshops across New Hampshire on Saturday, September 29. American Solutions, founded by former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich, is a new, non-partisan organization dedicating to creating solutions to address the challenges facing America.
American Solutions will hold the workshops at ten locations around the Granite State starting at 1:00 p.m. ET. The “Solutions Day” workshops are being held nationwide in all fifty states and will be broadcast live on the internet, on DISH Network channel 219, and on DirectTV channel 577. Workshop participants can choose from a series of workshops led by experienced leaders and issue experts in the areas of the environment, Social Security, energy, taxation, immigration, healthcare and more.
More than 30 New Hampshire organizations are participating in or hosting a workshop at one of the following locations:
St. Anselm College
100 St Anselm Dr. ~ Manchester, NH
University of New Hampshire
83 Main St ~ Durham, NH
Rundlett Middle School
144 South Street ~ Concord, NH
Boys & Girls Club of Souhegan Valley
56 Mont Vernon Street ~ Milford, NH
Hampstead Middle School
28 School Street ~ Hampstead, NH
Seacoast Science Center
570 Ocean Blvd ~ Rye, NH
NHCTC Laconia 379
Belmont Road ~ Laconia, NH
Plymouth State University
17 High Street ~ Plymouth, NH
Keene Public Library
60 Winter St. ~ Keene, NH
North Country Educational Services
300 Gorham Hill Rd ~ Gorham, NH
To register for a workshop in your community, or for more information, please visit www.AmericanSolutions.com/NewHampshire or call 1-866-580-6398.
American Solutions for Winning the Future is a new, non-partisan organization built around three goals: to defend America and our allies abroad and defeat our enemies, to strengthen and revitalize America’s core values, and to move the government into the 21st Century. Its General Chairman is former Speaker Newt Gingrich.
The show airs from 11:00-1:00 on Saturday mornings.
I'll be on air from 12:00-1:00.
You listen to the show on WEMJ 1490 or use this link: http://granitegrok.com/blog/2007/04/meet_the_new_press_live_streaming.html
The New Hampshire for Hillary Campaign today announced Leitha Talmage as the campaign’s HillStar of the Week. Talmage an Epping resident, regularly participates in phone banking and canvassing on the campaign’s behalf.
“I have always been a supporter of Hillary and was thrilled when she decided to run,” said Talmage who has been volunteering for the past two months. “She is the most qualified, experienced candidate to be our next president.”
When she’s not volunteering for the campaign, Talmage spends time with her six grandchildren and helps her husband with his small steel construction company.
Today, Craig Sandler, former Director of General Operations of the National Rifle Association (NRA) and former Nashua Police Chief, announced his endorsement of Governor Mitt Romney's candidacy for President.
In endorsing Governor Romney, Craig Sandler said, "Throughout his career in both the public and private sectors, Mitt Romney has demonstrated exceptional leadership ability, integrity, and commitment to principle. As a New Hampshire resident, former law enforcement officer, and avid sportsman, I am supporting Governor Romney because he is the candidate who will protect our Constitutional rights and strengthen our nation."
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NEWS: Lynch urges Congress to fund SCHIP
PEOPLE/CANDIDATES: US Senate / Hodes/ D'Allesandro / Spaudling / Human Rights Campaign / The Browns
POLITICAL COLUMNS: Political Chowder, Portside
OP-ED: Editorials: The looming tax hike: Concord needs a reality check / Highway needs made raising tolls necessary
DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES: The Debate / Health Care, Biden, Clinton, Dodd, Obama. Richardson
REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES: The Field, Gingrich, Giuliani, Huckabee, McCain, Paul, Tancredo
FIRST PRIMARY: Senators seek regional presidential primaries
GENERAL (NATIONAL) CAMPAIGN NEWS: Four months out, many still undecided on a candidate to back
NATIONAL POLLS: Republican Race Mixed, Clinton Way Ahead
WAR: Democrats to Keep Up Drive for Bipartisan Action on Iraq War
OTHER NEWS AND VIEWS: Democrats Stall on Gun-Records Bill; Despite Support, Background-Check Measure Staggers in Senate Amid Infighting
Thursday, September 20, 2007
Here is his public schedule:
Saturday, September 29:
EPPING TOWN HALL MEETING
American Legion Post 51
232 Calef Hqy (Route 125)
Sunday, September 30, 2007
DERRY TOWN HALL MEETING
The Pinkerton Academy Arts Center
5 Pinkerton Rd.
The Atlantic's Marc Ambinder is reporting that "His campaign is thinking about spending between $350K and $500K on its first television ad buy next week, although a final decision has not been made. The ad would air in New Hampshire and would focus on McCain’s life story."
This past summer, his west side home became a fixture on the trail when, he hosted various house parties for Democratic presidential candidates.
In an interview with “New Hampshire Presidential Watch,” Senator D’Allesandro told us that he decided to hold the gatherings because “I’ve been involved in the process for a long time and I think it’s imperative that people get to know the candidates.”
When asked about his importance in the primary process, D’Allesandro said “Well you know I’ve been around awhile, I’ve been able to win some elections. I’m just an ordinary guy, a person of moderate means.”
D’Allesandro played a critical role in the 2004 cycle and many are looking for signs to a possible 2008 endorsement.
In the 2004 campaign, D’Allesandro served as the Chairman of the John Edwards New Hampshire campaign and his endorsement made national news with his decision to endorse Edwards. Elizabeth Edwards participated in a September fundraiser for D’Allesandro.
Yet, so far, he has not endorsed the former North Carolina Senator saying, “I just think that I’m looking for the right message from the right candidate.”
D’Allesandro added, “I think that when you’ve run one time and had a platform, his two America speech was very well received, and you come back a second time and you deviate from that theme a little bit, people are a bit static.”
Edwards spokeswoman, Kate Bedingfield, responded “We have chosen to take a grassroots approach to our campaign leadership in New Hampshire this cycle. We have a leadership committee comprised of elected officials, community leaders and enthusiastic activists who represent every corner of New Hampshire. Instead of a top-down, hierarchical structure, we have a team that gives us input from across the state and helps us build the kind of neighbor-to-neighbor support that is going to win New Hampshire for John Edwards.”
Whether or not D’Allesandro’s non-endorsement, of Edwards, means anything, Dante Scala, professor at the University of New Hampshire, said “Tough to say for sure, but one would think that if he were completely sold on Edwards, he would not be waiting.”
Even though campaigns are after his endorsement, Scala warns that his support might not carry that much weight because “As a rule of thumb, endorsements by sitting governors are the most valued endorsements in New Hampshire because governors typically have the most extensive political organizations. After that, it really depends on how much the endorser will labor on behalf of the candidate.”
While the Granite State political establishment awaits his decision, Senator D’Allesandro tells us that he hopes to come to a decision “in early October.”
Here is the complete interview.
“Why did you decide to hold these house parties?”
“I’ve been involved in the process for a long time and I think it’s imperative that people get to know the candidates and as a result we’ve been holding parties at the house, mainly in presidential years. Now this year, with so many qualified Democratic candidates I think that it’s important to have my friends, family, supporters, to meet the candidates in person and that’s why we do it.”
“Do you have any favorite stories about the parties?”
“I think that one of the great stories about the parties is the Hillary Clinton party. Everyone thought that she was so accessible. She stayed around and took pictures. We had a group of Ukrainian teachers come to the event. I met them at the State House and as a result, they came. It was a real treat and an exceptional situation. Senator Dodd was very terrific, Senator Biden’s plane got held-up, he didn’t make it, and so we had to have a party without him. Bill Richardson was also really good. The unique situation though was that the Ukrainians were at the party. And the whole neighborhood had a good time and that’s really what it’s all about.”
“What do you think people view you has such an important player in the primary process?”
“Well you know I’ve been around awhile, I’ve been able to win some elections. I’m just an ordinary guy, a person of moderate means. I’ve lived in the same house for a long time. I think an ordinary person that brings people to the forefront, in terms of my friends and neighbors can meet the candidates. When a political person comes, they meet ordinary people who are going to vote. I think that’s something that’s been missing in the process. We still have an opportunity to keep that in New Hampshire. Through the good graces of my wife and family, we’ve been able to keep that tradition alive. Columnists, newspapermen have come and written nice articles about what we do and how we do it and people seem to react very positively to it and they (the candidates) keep coming back.”
“What do you think Americans are looking for in the next president?”
“I think they’re looking for a couple of things. The first thing is they are looking for leadership, someone who’s going to take this country and move it in a much different direction. And a president that’s going to tell them the truth. We’ve had some real problems with the truth from the current administration and the public is sensitive to that. They want good leadership, but they want leadership they can trust, belief in, and I belief that’s what Americans are looking for this time. It’s a very significant election. Probably the most significant election in my lifetime. I thought the Kennedy/Nixon one was important and this one is probably has important, if not more important, than that one.”
“When putting together these house parties, which campaign has been the most difficult to deal with?”
“I think they were all very good to deal with. The Dodd campaign was just wonderful in terms of coming to help set-up, they were just really terrific. The Clinton party had more people but we had to deal with the Secret Service, which we didn’t have to deal with when working with the other campaigns. Generally speaking, the candidates have been terrific. Mrs. Clinton was on time and spent a great deal of time with the people. When you’re dealing with the Secret Service, it makes it a little more difficult. Generally speaking it’s a time when everyone wants to do the right thing and be accommodating and generally they are.”
“Why do you think John Edwards has not been doing that well in New Hampshire?”
“I think that when you’ve run one time and had a platform, his two America speech was very well received, and you come back a second time and you deviate from that theme a little bit, people are a bit static. I’m not sure his campaign is doing poorly. First time around, he was a fresh face and now he’s just a part of the group, he’s still in the top tier. You’ve got to stay on focus, stay on message, that’s very important. If you’re on time and answer phone calls you’re going to get elected.”
“Why haven’t you endorsed Senator Edwards yet? Is a part of the reason is because in 2004 he was a fresh face and now he’s not?”
“I have good feelings for John Edwards and I certainly have great feelings for his wife Elizabeth. She’s terrific and a great asset to him. I just think that I’m looking for the right message from the right candidate. I know that we have to win in ’08 and with so many wonderful candidates it’s a tough field to chose one to support, that’s mainly the reason right now, that doesn’t mean I wouldn’t support John Edwards. We have the best qualified field that I’ve seen. They are all very qualified, all very capable. It’s a race of thoroughbreds, it’s like the Kentucky Derby and everyone’s a 2 for 1 shot.”
“When do you think you will endorse a candidate and are they any early favorites?”
“I hope to endorse a candidate in early October. I’m going away on vacation in business. When I come back I’ll seriously consider endorsing a candidate.”
Do you have any favorites?
“I think they’re all good, they’ve all impressed me. We haven’t had a party for Obama at the house but I’d like to do something. So possibly I’ll wait until after that happens to announce something.”
The purpose of the event is to provide "an opportunity for voters to ask questions and find out more about at least half the Democratic candidates.
Here is the event information:
Sunday, September 23rd
Wheeler Hall in Ware Campus Center
The first event will be held on Sunday, September 23rd in Concord.
Here is the event information:
Sunday, September 23, 2007
Speaker of the House Terie Norelli and House Majority Leader Mary Jane Wallner to attend "Primary Playgroup for Hillary"
Gymboree Play and Music Center
211 Loudon Road
Concord , NH
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NEWS: Toll increase proposed to fix turnpikes; Governor supports first rise since '89
PEOPLE/CANDIDATES: Sununu / Swett / Donovan / Arnesen / Lee / The Browns
POLITICAL COLUMNS: DiStaso, Portside
NH POLLS: Undecided in New Hampshire
OP-ED: Editorial: Mayoral momentum: Manchester faces a choice
DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES: The Field, The Debates, Clinton, Edwards, Kucinich, Obama. Richardson
REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES: The Field, Gingrich, Giuliani, McCain, Romney, Thompson
FIRST PRIMARY: Volatile Primary Calendar Poses Hazards for Groups / Senators step in as race for primaries intensifies; One proposal sets regional contests to avoid states leapfrogging each other; Iowa would remain first.
GENERAL (NATIONAL) CAMPAIGN NEWS: Presidential Ad Wars Heat Up; More Candidates Are Taking Their Signature Messages to TV Screens
NATIONAL POLLS: Americans Want Leaders to Address Coverage for Uninsured, Poll Shows
WAR: U.S. Senate Rejects Bill to Give Military Detainees Access to Courts / Bush Asks
Congress to Extend NSA Program; President Looks to Make Warrantless Wiretapping Law Permanent
OTHER NEWS AND VIEWS: Dick Cheney: The Real Bush Record: Alan Greenspan discounts our fiscal success story.
ARTICLES: Milne: Sununu is underdog in race to hold his seat
Presidential candidate Chris Dodd's New Hampshire Campaign will open regional field offices in Keene and West Lebanon on Friday. Dodd's sister, Martha Buonanno, and his niece, Carolyn Chase, will travel to New Hampshire to officially open each of the offices.
FRIDAY, September 21st
1:15 PM Grand
Opening of the Chris Dodd for President Monadnock Regional Office
Location: 83 Marlborough Street
Grand Opening of the Chris Dodd for President Upper Valley Regional Office
Location: 75 Main Street
West Lebanon, NH
Sunday, September 23th
Cheshire Fish and Game Club Ferry Brook Rd
For more information, visit: http://www.ccfandg.org/
Town Hall Meeting
Milford VFW Hall
14 Perkins Street
Monday, September 24th
Event: "Politics & Eggs" Candidates Forum
Featuring: U.S. Representative Tom Tancredo
Produced by The New England Council and the New Hampshire Political Library.
Date:Monday, September 24, 2007
8:00 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
Venue: The Bedford Village Inn
"The political director will be veteran conservative activist Chris Wood, a former Rudy Giuliani supporter, while Liz Christoffersen of Hollis is the state campaign coordinator and former Executive Councilor Bill Cahill is senior advisor."
The campaign office will be located at 23 West Webster St., Manchester.
Wednesday, September 19, 2007
Here is his public schedule:
Saturday, September 22
Congressman Inslee Tours Langdon Woods Dormitory (LEED Certified)
Plymouth State University
17 High Street
Congressman Inslee Tours NH Community Technical College,
Laconia to learn about new Energy Services and Technology Program
Laconia Community College
379 Belmont Road
Congressman Inslee Tours New England Wood Pellet
New England Wood Pellet
141 Old Sharon Road
Congressman Inslee Leads Environmental Discussion
Law Office of Backus, Meyer, Solomon & Branch
116 Lowell Street, Manchester (corner of Lowell and Pine)
Here is his schedule, thought all the events are private and invitation only.
Thursday, September 20
This event is by invitation only.
This event is by invitation only.
This event is by invitation only.
Here is the script:
VOICEOVER: "MoveOn.Org is the most powerful left wing group in the country."
"They spent millions electing anti-war liberals."
"And publicly brag how the Democratic Party is theirs- bought and paid for."
"Why is MoveOn attacking Rudy Giuliani? Because he's their worst nightmare. They know Rudy is a Republican who can beat the Democrats. And they know, no matter what they say- Rudy will never, ever back down."
MAYOR GIULIANI: "I'm Rudy Giuliani and I approve this message."
VOICEOVER: "Paid for by the Rudy Giuliani Presidential Committee, Incorporated.joinrudy2008.com"
Listen to the ad here: http://www.joinrudy2008.com/
Here is her public schedule:
Friday, Sept. 21:
Lee House Party
132 Wednesday Hill Road
Hooksett House Party
22 Gailor Lane
Epsom Democrats House Party
382 North Road
Saturday, September 22nd
Bow Memorial School
20 Bow Center Rd.
Pierce Park (on the Quad behind Colgate Hall)
**If it rains, it will be held in Wheeler Hall in the Ware Campus Center.
Colby Sawyer College
541 Main St.
New London, NH
Hanover House Party
71 Stevens Rd.
According to DiStaso, Spence "resigned after writing what the campaign describes as distasteful internal e-mails critical of fellow New Hampshire Democrats."
No word yet on a possible replacement.
Here is the script and the ad:
Script For "Change Begins With Us" (TV: 30):
GOVERNOR MITT ROMNEY: "If we're going to change Washington, Republicans have to put our own house in order.
"We can't be like Democrats – a party of big spending.
"We can't pretend our borders are secure from illegal immigration.
"We can't have ethical standards that are a punch line for Jay Leno.
"When Republicans act like Democrats, America loses.
"It's time for Republicans to start acting like Republicans.
"It's time for a change and change begins with us.
"I'm Mitt Romney and I approve this message."
MySpace, the country’s most trafficked website, and MTV, the leading global youth brand, today announced details of their first Presidential Candidate Dialogue – featuring former Senator John Edwards (http://www.myspace.com/johnedwards). The inaugural event will take place on Thursday, September 27, at 12:00 pm ET on the University of New Hampshire campus – an affiliate in mtvU’s network of more than 750 colleges and universities – and will be moderated by MTV News Correspondents SuChin Pak and Gideon Yago as well as WashingtonPost.com political reporter, Chris Cillizza. Industry-leading pollsters John McLaughlin and Geoffrey Garin will oversee the real-time polling data and audience questions being submitted via MySpaceIM and MTV.com. The kick-off event also marks the first Flektor application integration since its acquisition by Fox Interactive Media in May 2007.
On the site, I will cross-post some of my work on here. I also hope to include some original political commentary, aka worthless pieces of advice, on that site.
Here is a link to NH Insider: http://www.nhinsider.com/
Here is the schedule:
Wednesday, September 19
State Representative Cindy Rosenwald, Chair of HHS/Elderly Affairs Committee
Londonderry Senior Center
535 Mammoth Road
Thursday, September 20
State Representative Sue Almy
Upper Valley Senior Center
10 Campbell Street
Annie McLane Kuster, Co-Chair, New Hampshire Women for Obama Steering Committee
Taylor Senior Community
435 Union Avenue
Cheshire County Commissioner Jack Pratt, Obama New Hampshire Steering Committee Member
The Woodward Home
194-202 Court Street
State Representative Ed Butler
Gibson Center for Senior Services
14 Grove Street
North Conway, NH
State Representative Tom Donovan, Vice-Chair of HHS/Elderly Affairs Committee
Pleasant View Retirement
227 Pleasant Street
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NEWS: Legislators: Restore parental notification
PEOPLE/CANDIDATES: US Senate / Manchester Mayoral Primary / The Browns
POLITICAL COLUMNS: Capital Beat
NH POLLS: Two Sununu/Shaheen polls / More on the Primary
OP-ED: Editorial: Three big reasons not to permit slot machines
DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES: The Debates, The Field, Clinton, Edwards, Kerry, Kucinich, Obama
REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES: The Debates, Giuliani, Huckabee, McCain, Paul, Romney, Thompson
FIRST PRIMARY: More oh-eight: NH's level playing field
GENERAL (NATIONAL) CAMPAIGN NEWS: GOP identification drops
NATIONAL POLLS: Public's views on Iraq war barely budge
OTHER NEWS AND VIEWS: Democrats May Tie Confirmation to Gonzales Papers
Tuesday, September 18, 2007
On Wednesday and Thursday September 19th and 20th, Elizabeth Kucinich will make several campaign stops to meet with voters and discuss her husband’s bid for the Democratic nomination for President. Among her stops will be The Eyes Wide Open Exhibition at the Goffstown Public Library on Wednesday, followed by a live interviews from 8 to 8:25AM on the Gary James show (WMEX 106.5FM) and 6 to 7PM with Portsmouth Community Radio (WSCA 106.1LP FM) and the Rochester Fair on Thursday. She will return again in time for the run up to the Democratic Debate to be held at Dartmouth College on September 26th. Please direct questions to NH Campaign Coordinator, Susan Bruce who can be reached at 603-986-0767, 603-749-2818, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The poll also shows Bill Richardson closely behind Edwards with 11%.
Meanwhile, that same poll shows the Republican race getting tighter.
The poll shows that "Romney is the top choice for 25% of Likely Primary Voters while Giuliani is preferred by 22%. Nineteen percent (19%) prefer the newest entrant in the race, former Tennessee Senator Fred Thompson while 12% favor Arizona Senator John McCain."
Here's a link to the polls:New Hampshire Primary: Clinton 40% Obama 17% Edwards 14%
New Hampshire Primary: Romney 25% Giuliani 22%
Martin reports that "Apparently the word did not filter down from the old Thompson team to the new aides installed there."
Though like Martin, I thought the debate was still occurring. Better luck next time!
In a campaign press release, Ingbretson said that he was endorsing Paul because "Congressman Ron Paul understands, like no presidential candidate in recent history, that the central purpose of government in America is to secure the liberty of her citizens. He has the unbelievable integrity and guts to speak out and vote the liberty agenda of the Founding Fathers—not once, or occasionally, but every time. Never in my lifetime have I seen anyone running for president so oriented and in these days of Patriot Act madness I endorse his candidacy unequivocally."
Here are the members of the group:
Ellen Ceppetelli, RN, Windsor, VT – Chair of the Department of Nursing at Colby-Sawyer College and Director of Nursing Education at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center
Dr. Jeffrey Cohen, Hanover, NH - Chief of Neurosurgery at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center
Dr. Stuart Glassman, Bedford, NH -Adjunct Assistant Professor of Community and Family Medicine at Dartmouth College Medical School
Senator Maggie Hassan, Exeter, NH - Health Care Advocate, served on the board of Community Developmental Services and the Disabilities Rights Center
Senator Molly Kelly, Keene, NH - Vice Chairwoman of the Healthy New Hampshire Foundation and Board member of the Home Care Association of New Hampshire .
Rep. Martha McLeod, Franconia, NH - Executive Director of the North Country Health Consortium
Dr. Cynthia Moniz, Canterbury, NH - Ph.D., MSW
Dr. Chris Roseberry, Exeter, NH – Chief of Surgery at Exeter Hospital
Senator Kathy Sgambati, Tilton, NH - Former Deputy Commissioner of the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services
Dr. Elizabeth Smith, Concord, NH – Pediatrician
Dr. Gary Sobelson, Concord, NH - Family Physician and NH Medical Leader
Wendy Wilson, RN, Laconia, NH - Professor of Nursing at the New Hampshire Technical College
Dr. Rick Wilson, Laconia, NH - Medical Administrator, and former clinical pediatrician of 25 years at Lakes Regional General Hospital
Sorry this is completely last minute, but this is from the Obama campaign:
As Senator Barack Obama unveils his plan to for middle class tax fairness in Washington today, New Hampshire steering committee member, state Senator Jackie Cilley will take that message directly to New Hampshire voters. At a roundtable in Rochester, Senator Cilley will discuss the plan and hear from local residents who would benefit directly from Obama's proposals.
What: Roundtable on Obama Tax Fairness policy with state Senator Jackie Cilley
When: TODAY (Tuesday) at 3:45 pm
Where: The Café at The Governor's Inn
78 Wakefield Street
Following is the script for the ad:
HILLARY FOR PRESIDENT
“Health Care Plan”
Voice Over: She changed our thinking when she introduced universal health care to America.
She changed the lives of six million kids when she championed the bill that gave them health insurance.
And she changed future generations by pushing the drug companies to lower the cost of vaccinations.
Now she has a health care plan that lets you keep your coverage if you like it, provides affordable choices if you don’t and covers every American.
So if you're ready for change, she’s ready to lead.
HRC: I'm Hillary Clinton and I approved this message.
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NEWS: Mass. ups ante on gambling
PEOPLE/CANDIDATES: US Senate / The Browns / Ayotte / Rubens
POLITICAL COLUMNS: Scala, Chowder in the Morning
NH POLLS: Romney, Clinton lead new FPU/WBZ poll
OP-ED: Editorial: Big money! Don't buy gambling hype
DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES: The Field, Clinton, Edwards, Obama, Richardson
REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES: The Field, Giuliani, McCain, Paul, Romney, Thompson
GENERAL (NATIONAL) CAMPAIGN NEWS: On Wikipedia, Debating 2008 Hopefuls' Every Facet
WAR: Iraq Bans Security Contractor: Blackwater Faulted In Baghdad Killings
OTHER NEWS AND VIEWS: Bush may avoid fight with attorney general pick
Monday, September 17, 2007
The poll shows Clinton with a double-digit lead over Obama, while Richardson is closely behind Edwards. It also shows Mitt Romney leading the Republicans, with Fred Thompson registering at just 8 percent.
Here are the complete results and a link to the polls:
Almost guaranteed first question: "Why you dissing New Hampshire? How dare you do such a thing!"
Today, the New Hampshire for Hillary campaign announced that Senators Kathy Sgambati of Tilton and Maggie Wood Hassan of Exeter have endorsed the New York Senator.
In a campaign press release, Senator Sgambati said that "Hillary Clinton has a strong vision for the future of this nation and she has been a lifelong advocate for America ’s children and families. I believe she is the most qualified candidate to repair our health care system and to ensure every American has affordable, quality healthcare."
While, Senator Hassan said "As an advocate, First Lady, and United States Senator Hillary Clinton has worked to improve healthcare, security and the quality of life for America’s children and families for 35 years. Hillary Clinton is uniquely qualified to deliver the change we need."
Paul will then participate in a canvass, with more than thirty family members.
For more information go here: http://www.ronpaul2008.com/events/manchester-nh-rally-canvassing/
Sunday, September 16, 2007
In a campaign press release, Paul's New Hampshire Coordinator, Jared Chicoine, said "The grassroots support we're encountering is incredible; obviously, Dr. Paul's message of constitutional government is what New Hampshire voters want to hear."
Paul previously won the Strafford County GOP straw poll and also the poll conducted at the Coalition of NH Taxpayers annual picnic.
According to the Edwards campaign "The White Spruce is a medium-sized evergreen tree that grows 60-90 feet tall on average. It grows well throughout New Hampshire and New England , and is often used for erosion control and site reclamation because it is adaptable to a wide range of planting sites."
Edwards for President national campaign manager Congressman David Bonior participated in the canvass and said "This Graniteroots canvass is not just about discussing John’s bold plans to combat global warming, achieve energy independence, and create good paying jobs. Giving out these saplings will also help get neighbors talking to neighbors about the steps we can all take in our own lives to protect our environment."