Romney New Hampshire Visits

Through Nov. 26, 2011: 30 visits, 45 days
Former Gov. Mitt Romney owns a home in Wolfeboro on Lake Winnipesaukee and does spend time in summer there.  Granite Status noted on April 14, 2011, "Romney supporters say he's been slipping in and out of the state unannounced for meetings for quite a while now." This tally shows appearances that are announced or have generated media attention.

>Former Gov. Mitt Romney visited NH on November 18-21, 2011. 

On November 18 in Manchester h
e appeared at the Union Leader-Salvation Army Santa Fund Luncheon at the Radisson Hotel (reported by the Union Leader); and participated in a Devine Millimet-Manchester Chamber of Commerce forum at Devine Millimet. 
Late afternoon on November 19 he held a town hall at Peterborough Town House in Peterborough.
Mid-afternoon on November 20 he received the endorsement of Sen. Kelly Ayotte in a rally on the front steps of Nashua City Hall; and he and Ayotte served supporters sandwiches at Jackie's Diner in Nashua. 
On the morning of November 21 he received the endorsement of Congressman Charlie Bass and addressed employees at BAE systems in Nashua.

>Former Gov. Mitt Romney discussed fiscal policy at Exeter Town Hall in Exeter, NH late afternoon on November 3, 2011.


>Former Gov. Mitt Romney held a town hall meeting at The Executive Court in Manchester, NH late afternoon on October 28, 2011.

>Former Gov. Mitt Romney visited NH on October 22-24, 2011
Early afternoon on October 22 he visited his campaign headquarters at 361 Elm Street in Manchester.  October 23 no public events.  On the morning of October 24 in Concord he officially filed for the New Hampshire primary ballot at the Secretary of State's office at the State House, then spoke in front of the State House.   ed. counted as 1 visit, 2 days

>Former Gov. Mitt Romney visited NH on October 10-11, 2011.  On October 10 he held a town hall meeting at the Milford VFW in Milford; met with voters at Robie's Country Store in Hooksett; and in the evening held a town hall meeting at Hopkinton Town Hall in Hopkinton.  On October 11 he held a joint press conference with Gov. Chris Christie and received Christie's endorsement at the Courtyard Hanover Lebanon; and participated in the Bloomberg/Washington Post debate at Dartmouth.

(Ann Romney is scheduled to attend the Grafton County GOP Columbus Day Dinner at the Common Man Inn in Plymouth on the evening of October 10, 2011.)

>Former Gov. Mitt Romney hosted a town hall at the Derry-Salem Elks Lodge in Salem, NH on October 3, 2011.


>Former Gov. Mitt Romney held a town hall meeting at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at Saint Anselm College in Manchester, NH at mid-day on September 28, 2011.

>Former Gov. Mitt Romney visited NH on September 4-5, 2011.  Late afternoon/early evening on September 4 he spoke at
Tea Party Express "Reclaiming America" bus tour rally at Rollins Park in Concord.  On the morning of September 5 he hosted (and he and Ann served pancakes at) a Labor Day pancake breakfast at The Derryfield in Manchester.

>Former Gov. Mitt Romney visited NH on August 24-25, 2011.  On August 24 he held a town hall meeting at the Keene Recreation Center in Keene; held a business roundtable at The Common Man in Claremont; and held a town hall meeting at Lebanon Senior Center in Lebanon. On August 25 he held a forum on jobs and the economy at Exeter Historical Society in Exeter; met with the ed. board of Foster's Daily Democrat; and held a town hall meeting at the McConnell Center in Dover.

counted as one visit, four days...
>Former Gov. Mitt Romney visited NH in mid-August 2011.
On August 12 he attended the Granite Oath PAC house party at the home of Ovide and Bettie Lamontagne in Manchester; at the house party he signed the pledge developed by AFP-NH Honorary Chairman Tom Thomson. 

On August 15 he toured New England Small Tube at Litchfield Technology Park in Litchfield; and held a forum to discuss the economy at The Common Man in Plymouth. 
On August 16 he toured and spoke with employees at Stanley Elevator in Merrimack; met with grassroots supporters at Littleton Diner in Littleton; and held a town hall meeting at VFW Post 2520 in Berlin.  
Note: As reported by ABC News on August 16 Romney had planned to hike to the top of Mt. Washington with Sen. Jeb Bradley and hold a media availability at the summitcanceled after rain
On the morning of August 17 he toured and spoke to workers from the morning shift in the break room at Isaacson Structural Steel in Berlin. 

(Ann Romney is scheduled to visit NH on August 11, 2011, meeting with area Republican activists at Michele's Ristorante in Keene; and meeting with area Republican activists at Bean Towne Coffee House in Hampstead).

>Former Gov. Mitt Romney visited NH on August 8, 2011.  He addressed the Concord Chamber of Commerce at Northeast Delta Dental in Concord; addressed the Manchester Rotary Club at Fratello's Restaurant in Manchester; and held a town hall meeting at VFW Post 483 in Nashua.


(Ann Romney scheduled visit NH on July 27-28, 2011.  On July 27 she plans to attend a house party at the Krahulec residence in Laconia; and on July 28 she plans to attend a house party at the Hansen residence in Amherst).

>Former Gov. Mitt Romney attended the LENOX Industrial Tools 301 NASCAR race at the New Hampshire Motor Speedway in Loudon, NH on July 17, 2011.

>Former Gov. Mitt Romney visited NH on July 14-15, 2011.  On July 14 he did a "Conversation with the Candidate" at WMUR-TV in Manchester; addressed the Portsmouth Rotary at Red Hook Ale Brewery in Portsmouth; toured RSA Realty and met with owner Packy Campbell in Rochester; and participated in a town hall meeting hosted by the Derry Republican Town Committee at Adams Memorial Opera House in Derry.  At mid-day on July 15 in Berlin he made an unannounced off-the-record stop at Carron's Hardware; and he held a roundtable discussion with community leaders at the Northland Restaurant and Dairy Bar.

>Former Gov. Mitt Romney visited NH on July 4-5, 2011.  On July 4 he marched in the Amherst parade; visited the July 4 celebration at the Village Green in Andover; and marched in the Laconia parade.  On July 5 he
hosted a town hall meeting  at Bayside Grille and Tavern in Wolfeboro; and participated in a roundtable discussion with small business owners at the Galley Hatch Restaurant in Hampton. 

>Former Gov. Mitt Romney visited NH on June 27, 2011.  He held a small business roundtable at Mosaic Technology in Salem; and spoke about the economy with employees at Lincoln Financial Group in Concord.

>Former Gov. Mitt Romney
visited NH on June 13-14, 2011.  On June 13 he participated in the WMUR/CNN/Union Leader Debate.  On the morning of June 14 he met with voters at Blake's Restaurant in Manchester; and visited three businesses in Derry: Mary Ann's Restaurant, Benson Lumber & Hardware, and Derry Feed & Supply.

>Former Gov. Mitt Romney visited NH on June 2-3, 2011.  On June 2 he formally announced his candidacy at a chili cookout at the Bittersweet Farm (Doug and Stella Scamman) in Stratham
On the morning of June 3 he held a town hall event at the University of New Hampshire Manchester campus.

>Former Gov. Mitt Romney held a roundtable discussion with business owners sponsored by the Greater Nashua Chamber of Commerce in the same building as the chamber's offices in downtown Nashua, NH on the morning of May 3, 2011.


>In Manchester, NH on April 29, 2011, former Gov. Mitt Romney stopped by Hillsborough Gas and Repair to highlight high gas prices; and in the evening he spoke
at the AFP-NH dinner.

>Former Gov. Mitt Romney made an unannounced trip to the University of New Hampshire in Durham, NH on April 11, 2011, where he met with a small group of students and then filmed a video at Cowell Stadium announcing formation of his exploratory committee (+).

>Former Gov. Mitt Romney keynoted the Carroll County Republican Committee Lincoln Day Dinner fundraiser at the Attitash Grand Summit Hotel in Bartlett, NH on March 5, 2011. [remarks]



>Former Gov. Mitt Romney made a quiet visit to NH on January 31, 2011.  As reported by Granite Status' John DiStaso, the visit was "specifically for private meetings with a handful of key state Republican activists;" it included a tour of the Amoskeag Business Incubator at the Millyard in Manchester and meeting with a small group of business owners there.

>Former Gov. Mitt Romney campaigned for Republican candidates in NH on October 29, 2010.  He rallied with John Stephen at Tuscan Kitchen Restaurant in Salem; held a mid-day business roundtable with Charlie Bass at Martha's Exchange restaurant in Nashua; and spoke at an afternoon fundraising reception for Frank Guinta at the home of Mark and Sharon Sykas in Stratham.
Former Gov. Mitt Romney appeared at a couple of events in NH on September 25, 2010.  He was the keynote speaker at the New Hampshire Republican Party's Convention at the Capitol Center for the Arts in Concord; and was the guest speaker at a fundraiser for gubernatorial nominee John Stephen at the home of David and Debi Barka (the Alan Shepard House) in Derry.

>Former Gov. Mitt Romney appeared at the Seacoast Republican Women Annual Chili Fest at Scamman Farm in Stratham, NH on the afternoon of September 11, 2010.

>Former Gov. Mitt Romney hosted a summer picnic for about 250 supporters at Bob and Tona White's house on Lake Sunapee, NH on August 21, 2010.

>Former Gov. Mitt Romney was the featured guest at an "Evening on the Lake" reception to benefit the New Hampshire Republican Party at the home of George and Barbara Elkins in Mirror Lake (Tuftonboro area), NH on August 12, 2010.

>Former Gov. Mitt Romney did a reception and book-signing and delivered the keynote address to benefit the House Republican Victory PAC at Fratello's Restaurant in Manchester, NH on August 5, 2010.

>Former Gov. Mitt Romney and his family, as in past years, watched the Wolfeboro Fourth of July Parade in Wolfeboro, NH on July 4, 2010.

>Former Gov. Mitt Romney visited Manchester, NH on April 7-8, 2010 as part of his tour for his book No Apology.  On April 7 in Manchester he did a signing at the Barnes & Noble in Manchester; and spoke at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at St. Anselm College.  On April 8 he spoke at a Politics & Eggs breakfast at the Bedford Village Inn in Bedford.