Friday, January 28, 2011

Presidential Candidate Visits For February 2011

A look at the potential 2012 presidential candidates visiting New Hampshire in the month of February:

Herman Cain: 

The former CEO of Godfather's Pizza and popular Atlanta based radio talk show host will be the special guest speaker at the Pemi-Baker Valley Republican Committee's Lincoln Reagan Day Dinner on February 12. Cain has launched a presidential exploratory committee.

Gary Johnson:

The former Governor of New Mexico and 2012 GOP presidential hopeful will make his sixth trip to New Hampshire from February 23-26, 2011. Johnson will join NH GOP Chairman Jack Kimball for a reception with the New Hampshire Republican Volunteer Coalition at Murphy's Taproom on Elm St. in Manchester on Saturday, February 26. The event is slated to kick off at 11 AM.

Fred Karger:

The man who wants to become the first openly gay president of the United States will be in New Hampshire from February 16-21. This is Karger's 12th visit to the Granite State. He'll be at the State House in Concord on 2/17 to testify against two bills. Later in the day, he'll travel to Hanover for a 7:30 rally with Dartmouth College Democrats, Republicans, and Libertarians. The groups have united across party lines to oppose a bill aimed at blocking students from voting where they attend school, according to Karger.

Andy Martin:

The king of the birther movement is the only Republican who has officially announced his candidacy for president. He'll be bringing his anti-Obama conspiracy theory roadshow to the next meeting of the Contoocook Valley Republican Committee on February 21.

Mitt Romney:

He'll be in the Granite State for one on one meetings with Republican activists, but isn't scheduled to make any public appearances (so far).

Rick Santorum: 

Santorum has spent so much time in New Hampshire over the past few months that he may want to think about renting out Mitt Romney's vacation home in Wolfeboro. He'll be back again February 12 for the Rockingham County Reagan-Lincoln Day Dinner.

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