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Santorum New Hampshire Visits
Through Nov. 24, 2011: 27 visits, 38 days
>Former Sen. Rick Santorum visited NH on November 10, 2011. He plans to host a "Faith, Family and Freedom" town hall meeting at Merrimack High School in Merrimack;cancelled due to weather delays; he hosted a "Faith, Family and Freedom" town hall meeting at Whipple Free Library in New Boston; attended the Nackey S. Loeb First Amendment Awards event at the Capitol Center for the Arts in Concord (Biden keynoted); and participated in the Granite State Patriots Liberty PAC forum in Hampton.
>Former Sen. Rick Santorum visited NH on November 7-8, 2011. On the evening of November 7 he hosted a "Faith, Family and Freedom" town hall meeting at the Church of Christ in Rochester. On November 8 he greeted voters at polling locations in Nashua (scheduled Charlotte Avenue Elementary School, Main Dunstable Elementary School and New Searles Elementary School) and Manchester (Webster School, Northwest Elementary School, Parker-Varney School, Memorial High School and Saint Pius CCD Center); hosted a "Faith, Family and Freedom" town hall meeting at the Raymond Safety Complex in Raymond; and met with volunteers at the campaign's headquarters in Bedford. Also, sequence unclear, he met with the Union Leader ed. board at their offices, televised by C-SPAN.
>Former Sen. Rick Santorum visited NH on October 20, 2011. He met and greeted diners at the Red Arrow Diner in Manchester; filed his paperwork to officially be on the ballot at the Secretary of State's Office at the Capitol in Concord; participated in a WMUR-TV/The New Hampshire Institute of Politics "Candidate Cafe" at the Airport Diner in Manchester; hosted a meet and greet at BeanTowne Coffee and Café in Hampstead; and participated in a We The People Town Hall: Focus on Economy at The Executive Court in Manchester.
>Former Sen. Rick Santorum visited NH on October 10-12, 2011.
On October 10 he spoke at the Old Country Store in Moultonborough; visited the 100th year Anniversary Sandwich Fair in Center Sandwich; was the featured guest and keynote speaker at the Carroll County Republican Committee Golf Tournament at Indian Mound Golf Course in Center Ossipee; and in the evening held a town hall at Concord Christian Academy in Concord.
On October 11 he had breakfast and met and greeted patrons at Chez Vachon in Manchester; toured Citronics in Milford; hosted a "Faith & Values" town hall meeting at the College of Saint Mary Magdelan in Warner; and in the evening participated in the Bloomberg/Washington Post debate at Dartmouth.
On October 12 he took part in a New Hampshire Business Coalition/Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce Business Roundtable at NHTI-Concord's Community College in Concord; spoke at the Family Research Council's marriage rally at the Holiday Inn in Concord; and addressed the New Hampshire House of Representatives in Concord.
>Former Sen. Rick Santorum visited NH on September 18-19, 2011. On September 18 he was the "celebrity shooter" at the Cheshire County Republican Shoot Out at the Cheshire Fish & Game Club in Keene; spoke at the Nashua Republican City Committee's annual "Steak Out" fundraiser at the Crowne Plaza Nashua; attended the Glendi Greek Festival at the Saint George Greek Orthodox Cathedral in Manchester; address the Merrimack County GOP Picnic/Salute to "Stretch" Kennedy at the home of the Honorable Richard Kennedy in Hopkinton; and attend a New England Patriots Game Day Watch Party at the Draft in Concord. On September 19 he plans to address the Bedford Republican Committee's annual breakfast at Manchester Country Club in Bedford. visit happened, verifying details
>Former Sen. Rick Santorum visited NH on August 21, 2011. He was the featured guest a New England Clam Bake at the home of Jerry Thibideau in Rumney; took part in the Americans for Prosperity-NH Summer Celebration at the former Our Lady of Victory Church in Center Harbor; and appeared at the Assumption Greek Orthodox Church's annual GreekFest in Manchester.
>Former Sen. Rick Santorum visited NH on July 18, 2011. He did meet and greet with supporters at his New Hampshire headquarters on 50 Bridge Street in Manchester; was the featured guest at a house party hosted by Greg Lull at his home in Henniker; spoke at the third annual Grafton County Republican Committee and House Republican Victory PAC golf tournament at Owl's Nest Resort in Campton; and headlined a House Republican Victory PAC fundraising reception at the Wentworth Inn in Jackson. Santorum returned to Manchester to appear on Fox News's "On The Record with Greta Van Susteren."
>Former Sen. Rick Santorum visited NH on June 16, 2011. He did a meet-and-greet lunch at Ollie's Restaurant in Manchester; spoke at a fundraiser for Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas at St. George's Greek Orthodox in Manchester; and attended the Bedford Republican Summer Social BBQ at the home of Shannon McGinley in Bedford.
>Former Sen. Rick Santorum visited NH on June 13, 2011. He appeared on "American Morning" on CNN from Manchester; was the featured speaker at the Amherst Republican Committee breakfast at Joey's Diner in Amherst; and in the evening participated in the WMUR/CNN/Union Leader Debate.
>Following his announcement in Somerset, PA and June 7 in Iowa, former Sen. Rick Santorum visited NH on June 8-9, 2011. On June 8 he met and greeted patrons at Joey's Diner in Amherst; at Central Paper in Manchester he, joined by Grover Norquist, held a press conference to sign Americans for Tax Reform's Taxpayer Protection Pledge; and he was the guest at a house party hosted by his state chair Claira Monier at her home in Goffstown. On the morning of June 9 he did a lot of media and left around 11:30.
>Former Sen. Rick Santorum visited NH on May 31, 2011. He appeared live on FOX News from Manchester; visited and met with employees of Ruger Firearms in Newport; visited with local elected officials and volunteers at the new Sullivan County Republican office on Main Street in Newport; and in the evening spoke at a fundraiser to benefit New Hampshire Young Republicans at Picolla Italia Ristorante in Manchester.
>Former Sen. Rick Santorum visited NH on May 12, 2011. He had lunch with Republican activists at Tuscan Kitchen in Salem; taped "Conversation with the Candidate" at WMUR-TV in Manchester; and in the evening he was the special keynote speaker at the monthly meeting of the Nashua Republican City Committee at the Crowne Plaza in Nashua.
>Former Sen. Rick Santorum 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; visited Robies Country Store in Hooksett; and visited Riley's Sport Shop in Hooksett.
>Former Sen. Rick Santorum is visiting NH on April 14-16, 2011. On April 14 he participated in an "ECON-101 Town Hall" sponsored by the Center for Civic Engagement at the Simon Center at New England College in Henniker. On April 15 he appeared at the "Taxpayer Tea Party Rally" at the State House in Concord; and at the Seacoast Republican Women's Spring Luncheon at the Ashworth-By-The-Sea Hotel in Hampton Beach. On April 16 he spoke to members of the Rochester Republican Party at a miniature golf fundraiser at Hilltop Fun Center in Somersworth; and attended Granite State Liberty Patriots PAC's community forum at the Rochester Community Center gymnasium in Rochester.
>Former Sen. Rick Santorum visited NH on March 28-29, 2011. On March 28 he made a stop in Woodstock; and headlined the Grafton County GOP's Lincoln-Reagan Dinner at the Indian Head Resort in Lincoln. On March 29 he was an in-studio guest on WEZS 1350 AM in Laconia with host Niel Young; joined Wolfeboro business owner and former Carroll County GOP Chairman Luke Freudenberg for a tour of downtown Wolfeboro; and did meet and greet with attendees of the New Hampshire Republican Party's "First in the Nation Celebration" Dinner at the Grappone Center in Concord.
>Former Sen. Rick Santorum visited NH on March 15, 2011. He was an early morning guest on the Charlie Sherman Show on WGIR; attended a meet and greet with Manchester area business leaders at Keller Williams Realty in Bedford; and did meet and greet with attendees at the 9th Annual New Hampshire Capital St. Patrick's Day Corned Beef and Cabbage Lunch and Roast, a benefit for Children's Hospital at Dartmouth, at the Grappone Conference Center at the Marriott Courtyard Hotel in Concord.
>Former Sen. Rick Santorum met with the Foster's Daily Democrat ed board in Dover; and headlined the Strafford County Republican Committee's Lincoln/Reagan Dinner fundraiser at the Three Chimneys Inn in Durham, NH on March 11, 2011. (note this is the end of a three-state swing to IA, SC and NH).
>Former Sen. Rick Santorum visited NH on February 12-13, 2011. On February 12 he did a meet and greet at the Manchester Best Western in Manchester; participated in WKXL radio’s “Road to the White House” interview series from the Barley House in Concord; and keynoted the Rockingham County Reagan-Lincoln Day Dinner at the Granite Rose in Hampstead. On February 13, according to Granite Status John DiStaso, he is attending Mass at St. Marie's Church on Manchester's west side and will visit various diners in the area.
>Former Sen. Rick Santorum visited NH on February 1, 2011. He joined Brian “Bulldog” Tilton’s radio show on WTPL 107.7FM "The Pulse" in Bow; and attended a lunchtime house party at the home of conservative activist and former congressional candidate Jennifer Horn in Nashua.
>Former Sen. Rick Santorum visited NH on the evening of January 11, 2011. He spoke at a house party hosted by former Senate candidate Ovide Lamontagne's new Granite Oath PAC at Lamontagne's home in Manchester; and addressed the monthly meeting of the Bedford Republican Committee at Bedford Public Library in Bedford. Due to a storm, Santorum left that evening, cancelling a planned appearance early on the morning of January 12 before the Bedford Rotary at the Manchester Country Club in Bedford.
>Former Sen. Rick Santorum visited NH on November 29-30, 2010. On November 29 he spoke at the regular luncheon meeting of the Rotary Club at Fratello's Restaurant in Manchester; and in the evening was the guest speaker at a meeting of the Goffstown-Weare Republican Town Committee at the Goffstown Parks & Recreation Building in Goffstown. On November 30 he spoke to the Goffstown Rotary Club at St. Anselm College.
>Former Sen. Rick Santorum spoke at the "Politics and Eggs" breakfast series at the Bedford Village Inn in Bedford, NH on November 4, 2010.
>Former Sen. Rick Santorum gave a keynote address at Cornerstone-Action’s Annual Steward of the Family Dinner and Awards banquet at the Radisson Hotel and Convention Center in Manchester, NH on the evening of October 15, 2010.
>Former Sen. Rick Santorum visited NH on August 21, 2010. He attended a fundraising event for state Senate candidate Andy Sanborn at The Draft in Concord; and was the keynote speaker at the Manchester Republicans Candidate Fair at the Old Red Cross Building in Manchester.
>Former Sen. Rick Santorum visited NH on July 26, 2010. He met with Mayor Gatsas in Manchester; attended a fundraising luncheon for New Hampshire Senate Republicans in Portsmouth; did a plant tour and to meet with employees at TURBOCAM International in Barrington; and appeared at a reception for Executive Council candidate Chris Sununu at the home of Rep. William and Marjory Smith in New Castle.
>Former Sen. Rick Santorum visited NH on June 9, 2010. He was the keynote speaker at a "Kick Off to a Republican Majority" luncheon for the New Hampshire House Republican Victory Political Action Committee at the Concord Country Club in Concord; and spoke at a NHGOP "Issues and Answers Series" reception at the home of Stephen Stepanek in Amherst. He also did media interviews in Manchester.
>Former Sen. Rick Santorum was the featured speaker at the Cheshire County Republicans' Lincoln Day Dinner at Keene Country Club in Keene, NH on the evening of April 30, 2010.