Pawlenty New Hampshire Visits

11 visits, 18 days


>Gov. Tim Pawlenty scheduled a trip to NH on August 19, 2011; that evening he planned a meet and greet at the home of Kathy Van Anglen in Bedford.Pawlenty withdrew on August 14.

(Mary Pawlenty is scheduled to visit NH on August 1-2, 2011.  On August 1 she plans a Meet Mary Pawlenty at Panera Bread in Keene; and a Meet Mary Pawlenty at The Fells of Amherst clubhouse in Amherst.  On August 2 she plans to be the special guest at Team Pawlenty Tuesday at Blake's Family Restaurant in Manchester; and visit and tour the Greater Nashua YMCA).



(Mary Pawlenty is scheduled to visit NH on June 20, 2011 to keynote NAFRW Annual Woman of the Year luncheon at the Crowne Plaza in Nashua).

>Former Gov. Tim Pawlenty visited NH on June 10-13, 2011
On June 10 he appeared on WKXL from the Barley House in Concord; and spoke at a house party at the home of Jay and Kelly Levy in Stratham
On June 11 he did a meet and greet at Sumner County Restaurant & Creamery in Somersworth; stopped by Sausage Express
in Rochester; stopped by Jo Green’s Garden Café in Wolfeboro; and spoke at a house party at the home of Raymond and Mary Ann Shakir in North Conway.
On June 12 he
spoke at the Hillsborough County Flag Day Picnic at the Barbara C. Harris Center in Greenfield; and did a meet and greet at Halligan Tavern in Derry. 
On June 13 he toured and visited Next Step Orthotics & Prosthetics, Inc. in Manchester; picked up lunch at Caesario's in Manchester; stopped by campaign headquarters in Bedford; and participated in the WMUR/CNN/Union Leader Debate.

>Former Gov. Tim Pawlenty visited Cirtronics in Milford, NH mid-day on May 26, 2011, his first visit as a full candidate.

>Former Gov. Tim Pawlenty visited NH on April 29-30, 2011
On April 29 he spoke at the AFP-NH dinner in Manchester.  On April 30 he spoke at the First In the Nation Freedom Forum in Manchester.

>Former Gov. Tim Pawlenty visited NH on April 14-15, 2011.  On the evening of April 14 he was the special keynote speaker at the monthly meeting of the Nashua Republican City Committee at the Crowne Plaza in Nashua. 
On April 15 he spoke at
the "Taxpayer Tea Party Rally" at the State House in Concord.

Former Gov. Tim Pawlenty visited NH on March 10-11, 2011.  On March 10 he spoke at a house party hosted by Ovide Lamontagne's Granite Oath PAC at Lamontagne's home in Manchester; John DiStaso reported a dinner with Republican activists at an undisclosed location in Manchester followed this.  On March 11 he played in a pick-up hockey game at Everett Arena in Concord (according to news accounts arranged by a local supporter; he scored a goal); and spoke at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center as part of the Health Policy Grand Rounds speakers series; and in the evening appeared at a house party in Hanover.


>On tour promoting his book Courage to Stand, former Gov. Tim Pawlenty visited NH on January 24-25, 2011. On January 24 at noon he did a book signing at the Barnes & Noble in Manchester; and in the evening he spoke at a Merrimack County GOP dinner at Grappone Center in Concord.  On the morning of January 25 he spoke at the "Politics and Eggs" breakfast at the Bedford Village Inn in Bedford.

>Gov. Tim Pawlenty visited NH on October 16, 2010.  He spoke at an afternoon fundraising reception for 2nd CD congressional nominee Charlie Bass in Amherst; and was a special guest at a fundraising reception for Executive Councilor Raymond Burton at the Mountain View Hotel club house in Whitefield.

>Gov. Tim Pawlenty visited NH on September 30, 2010.  He was the guest at a fundraising breakfast to benefit gubernatorial nominee John Stephen at Villa Banca Restaurant in Nashua; at a fundraising lunch with congressional nominee Frank Guinta at the Radisson in Manchester; and at an evening fundraising reception for Stephen at the home of Eric and Ellen Nickerson in Windham.

>Gov. Tim Pawlenty visited NH on July 10, 2010.  He was the special guest at the Strafford County Republican Committee's annual picnic at Guppy Park in Dover; and appeared at an evening reception for the New Hampshire Republican Party at Knollwood Farm, the home of Ambassador and Mrs. Joseph Petrone, in Dublin.  (Pawlenty was in New England for the National Governors Association meeting in Boston, July 9-11).

>Gov. Tim Pawlenty visited Manchester, NH on March 25, 2010.  He toured and met with students at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at St. Anselm College; and keynoted the Manchester Republican Committee's 2010 Lincoln-Reagan Day Dinner at the Executive Court.
>Gov. Tim Pawlenty was the keynote speaker at a fundraiser for the Republican Senate Majority Committee PAC at the Grappone Conference Center in Concord, NH on December 16, 2009.