Roemer New Hampshire Visits

Former Gov. Buddy Roemer took up residence in an apartment in Manchester on July 14, 2011, and is spending a lot of time campaigning around the state, as can be seen below.  Prior to taking up residence he made six visits totaling 10 daysNote that the six pre-residence visits are included in the overall NH visits tally.
updated December 2, 2011
note events in italics are scheduled, but have not been fact checked.  seeking verification from the campaign

Dec. 2 - Tours NH Innovation Commercialization Center in Portsmouth.  Visits Occupy New Hampshire at Veterans Memorial Park in Manchester.

[Nov. 22-23 Washington, DC]

Nov. 21 - Speaks at the Plaistow Republican Town Committee meeting at Plaistow Public Library.

Nov. 19 - Visits Maryann's Diner in Derry.

Nov. 18 - Visits Pelham Senior Center in Pelham.  Visits Heritage Heights Retirement Community in Concord.  Speaks to the Amherst Cub Scouts about public service at Wilkins Elementary School in Amherst.

Nov. 17 - Meets with the Salmon Press editorial board at their offices in Meredith.  Attends a house party in Plymouth.

Nov. 16 - Meets with the Portsmouth Herald editorial board at 111 New Hampshire Ave. in Portsmouth.

Nov. 14 - Appears at Poor Boy's Diner in Londonderry.  Visits the Londonderry Senior Center.

Nov. 12 - Hosts a phone banking event at his campaign headquarters in Manchester.

Nov. 11 - Holds a Coffee with the Candidate at Beantown Exchange in Hampstead.

Nov. 10 - Tours the American Independence Museum in Exeter.  Participates in the Granite State Patriots Liberty PAC forum at 1 Liberty Lane in Hampton.

Nov. 9 - Visits Cashin Senior Center in Manchester.  Holds a "Free to Lead" town hall meeting at the McConnell Center in Dover.

Nov. 8 - Attends editorial board meeting with the Nashua Telegraph ?at their office in Hudson? at High School?

Nov. 7 - Visits Oyster River Middle School in Durham.

Nov. 5 - Visits the Peterborough Diner in Peterborough.  Attends the Cheshire County Republican Committee meeting at 60 Winter Street in Keene.

Nov. 3 - WMUR-TV series at The Airport Diner in Manchester.

Nov. 2 - The Patch candidate forum at The Draft in Concord.


[Oct. 20 - Louisiana State Fair / Oct. 26 - LSU / Oct. 27 - Texas and LA / Oct. 29 - DC / Oct. 31 - Charleston, SC / Nov. 1 - Florida].

>Oct. 20 - ??Hosts a "Free to Lead" town hall at Nashua Public Library in Nashua; and speaks to the Nashua Tea Party at the Radisson in Nashua.??

>Oct. 19 - Filed for the NH primary ballot at the State House in Concord at 2:00 p.m.; and attends a fundraiser for Mark Nadzan, Manchester Ward 12 candidate, at a private residence in Manchester.

>Oct. 16 - Visits the Rockingham County Republican Octoberfest at The Stone Church in New Market.

>Oct. 15 - Speaks at "Honoring Our Heroes" event at Rockingham Church in Plaistow; and visits the Greater Salem Rotary Club Oktoberfest at Rockingham Park in Salem.

>Oct. 14 - Attended the Amherst and Milford GOP Octoberfest at Milford VFW Hall in Milford; and host a town hall with Cub Scouts at a private residence in Nov. 18

>Oct. 13 - Spoke at "Solving our Fiscal Crisis: What's Wrong with Washington?" at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics, St. Anselm College in Manchester [also Huntsman, Karger]; and hosted "Free to Lead" town hall meeting at Lebanon College in Lebanon.

[Oct. 11-12 in New York]

>Oct. 10  - Attends the Grafton County GOP Columbus Day Dinner at the Common Man Inn in Plymouth.did not attend

>Oct. 9 - Visited the Sullivan Apple Fest at Sullivan Farm in Nashua; and speaks at film festival at Wilton Town Hall Theater in Wilton.

>Oct. 8 - In the morning spoke to the Rye Republican Town Committee at Rye Public Library in Rye.

>Oct. 5 - Hosted a "Free to Lead" town hall at UNH Manchester in Manchester; made some unannounced stops on the main street in Plymouth, and
hosted a "Free to Lead" town hall at Plymouth State University in Plymouth.

>Oct. 4 - Visited shops near his new national headquarters, then opened the headquarters at 66 Hanover Street in Manchester; and hosted a "Free to Lead" town hall meeting at Franklin Pierce University in Rindge.

  ...Gov. Roemer did events on at least 12 days in September.
>Sept. 30 - Spoke to the Salem Rotary Club at Rockingham Park in Salem in the morning; visited area businesses on Main Street in Durham late afternoon; and attended a house party at the home of Darien Lauten in Durham in the evening.

>Sept. 29 - Visited area businesses in Keene; held a media availability in the Student Center Lantern Room then spoke in the Mabel Brown Room at Keene State College as part of his College Tour.

>Sept. 27 - Spoke at Colby-Sawyer College in New London as part of his College Tour; and visited a Manchester Republican Committee fundraiser at Moe & Joe's in Manchester.

>Sept. 26 - Attended the NH GOP's First in the Nation Celebration at The Grappone Center in Concord; and spoke at New England College, Simon Center Great Room in Henniker as part of his College Tour.

>Sept. 19 - Attend the Bedford Republican Annual Breakfast at the Manchester Country Club in Bedford; and joined New Hampshire Young Republicans for a phone bank  to assist state representative candidate David Simpson (Hillsborough District 3) at NH GOP headquarters in Concord.

>Sept. 18 - Attended the Nashua Republican Annual Steak Out event at the Crowne Plaza Nashua in Nashua; attended the Cheshire Republican Shoot Out at Cheshire Fish & Game Club in Keene; and attended the Salute to Stretch Kennedy at the home of Honorable Richard Kennedy in Hopkinton.

>Sept. 17 - Greeted visitors at Derryfest at MacGregor Park in Derry; attended the Glendi Greek Festival at the Saint George Greek Orthodox Cathedral in Manchester; and served as judge at the Rochester Republican Chili Cookoff at Factory Court in Rochester.

>Sept. 16 - Spoke at the Littleton Senior Center in Littleton; and toured Main Street in Littleton.

>Sept. 15 - Spoke to the Portsmouth Rotary at the Portsmouth Country Club in Greenland; and attended a house party at the home of Arnie Arnesen and Marty Capodice in Concord.

>Sept. 5 - Spoke at the Tea Party Express stop at Veterans Square Park in Manchester; attended the Salem Republican Committee Labor Day Picnic in Salem; and spoke at the Tea Party Express stop at the Holiday Inn in Nashua.

>Sept. 4 - Attended the Concord Gun Show at the Everett Ice Arena in Concord; and spoke at the Tea Party Express stop at Rollins Park in Concord.

>Sept. 3 - Attended the Labor Day Fair in Alton; and the Hopkinton Fair in Contoocook.

AUGUST  ...Gov. Roemer did events on at least 16 days in August.
>Aug. 31 - Visited Conway although it took a long time to get there as a result of road closures following Hurricane Irene.  He spoke at the Conway Cafe; meet and greet citizens at the Gibson Center for Senior Services; and met with the editorial board of The Conway Daily Sun.

>Aug. 28 - Attended the 2nd annual Manchester Republican Committee Cookout, Candidate Fair & Straw Poll at Theo's Restaurant in Manchester.

>Aug. 27 - Attended the LIve Free or Die Rally at the downtown common in Jaffrey.

>Aug. 25 - Plymouth Senior Center.

>Aug. 24 - Tea Party event
in Raymond.

>Aug. 22 - Appeared on WTSN 1270AM in Dover; visited Harvey's Bakery & Coffee Shop in Dover; and hosted a town hall meeting at Dover Public Library in Dover.

>Aug. 21 - Spoke at the Strafford County GOP Annual Picnic at Guppey Park in Dover; and spoke at the AFPF-NH Presidential Summer Celebration at the former Our Lady of Victory Church in Center Harbor.

>Aug. 20 - NH Young Republicans' 3rd Annual Lobster Bake & Presidential Straw Poll at The Great Island Common in New Castle.

>Aug. 14 - American Legion breakfast in Nashua.

>Aug. 13 - In the morning spoke
at the Hillsborough County Republican Committee's monthly meeting at the Town Hall in Wilton; Sandown Republican Committee Meeting at the Sandown Old Home Days Celebration.

>Aug. 10 - Belknap County Republican Committee meeting at Shang Hai restaurant in Laconia.

>Aug. 9 - In the evening spoke to the Deerfield Republican Town Club at Library Church Street in Deerfield.

>Aug. 8 - 912 meeting at 336 Salmon Falls Rd, in Rochester.

>Aug. 6 - NH Tea Party Picnic
at Dante's Paste & Vino in Barrington.

>Aug. 5 - In the afternoon greeted attendees at Republican booth at the Cheshire Fair at the Fairgrounds in Swanzey.

>Aug. 4 - Durham, Lee, Madbury GOP meeting at Oyster River High School in Durham.


>On July 14, 2011 former Gov. Buddy Roemer
moved to the state; he took up residence in an apartment in Manchester. >  Here are the details of Roemer's activities leading up to his announcement.
On July 16 he did an interview with GraniteGrok; and appeared at the American Independence Festival in Exeter. 
On July 17 he attended a meet and greet organized by the Derry Town Republican Committee at Halligan Tavern in Derry. 

On July 18 he did an interview with WGIR; and attended the Plaistow Area Republican Committee meeting at the public library in Plaistow. 
On the evening of July 19 he spoke at Windham Senior Center.
On July 20 he spoke at the "Politics and Eggs" breakfast at the Bedford Village Inn in Bedford.
(In the evening he did a town hall meeting at Fiddler's Green Pub in Worcester, MA).
On July 21 in Hanover formally announced his candidacy in the Hayward Lounge at the Hanover Inn at Dartmouth College; and in the afternoon
at at Dartmouth College delivered a classroom lecture in Rockefeller 2 and a public lecture at Hopkins Center as part of the "Leading Voices in Politics and Policy" public lecture series. 


>Former Gov. Buddy Roemer taped a "Conversation with the Candidate" at WMUR-TV in Manchester, NH on the afternoon of June 24, 2011.

>Former Gov. Buddy Roemer visited NH on June 3, 2011, holding private meetings and participating in Belknap County Republicans' "First in the Nation" Presidential Dinner Cruise on the M/S Mount Washington on Lake Winnipesaukee.

>Former Gov. Buddy Roemer visited NH on May 24-25, 2011, including unscheduled time walking on Main Streets and talking with residents.  On May 24 he did a private meeting with Ovide Lamontagne; and in the evening attended a meet and greet at Fergus and Jenny Cullen's home in DoverOn May 25 he plans an interview with WMUR-TV in Manchester; and an interview with Fosters Daily Democrat.

>Former Gov. Buddy Roemer visited NH on May 18, 2011, including appearing at a Cheshire Republican Women's Club luncheon in Keene; and speaking to the Sandown Republican Committee at the Town Hall in Sandown that evening.


Former Gov. Buddy Roemer visited NH on April 12-15, 2011,
traveling in an RV driven by a supporter.  After arriving on the evening of April 11, he spent the day on "Main Streets" in Concord and Manchester on April 12In a statement Roemer said, "I've visited barbershops, hair salons, restaurants, cafes, and any small business that had someone to shake hands with."  On April 13 he traveled in the Western portion of the state, including Keene.  On April 14, he visited the Eastern portion of the state, including Dover.  On April 15 spoke at the "Taxpayer Tea Party Rally" at the Capitol in Concord. 

>Former Gov. Buddy Roemer visited NH on March 25, 2011.  He summed up, "primarily worked Concord, with additional meetings in Windham and Manchester.  Excellent day.  New Hampshire is liking my message."