Presidential Candidate, Congressman Dennis Kucinich returns to New Hampshire for his second visit in April, on the heels of events at Harvard and Boston Universities in Massachusetts. Over the last week he has emphasized his continued opposition to the War in Iraq and his belief in Universal Single Payer Health Care. He has also highlighted that some of his first actions as President would be to: abolish nuclear weapons in the United States to lead the world in an effort to end nuclear armament; ratify the Kyoto Accords; subsidize green building and technology; pull out from the North American Free Trade Agreement and engage in bilateral trade agreements that require worker’s and human rights; and end for-profit medicine. For more information on the candidate visit www.kucinich.us. For more information on any of these events contact NH Campaign Coordinator Christina Kraich-Rogers at firstname.lastname@example.org. To schedule an interview contact Pat Frisella NH Media Coordinator at email@example.com.
11:30 - 2PM - Oyster River HS, 55 Coe Drive, Durham - World Café at the Teaching Peace Conference - This is an all day conference, running from 9AM to 4:30PM, and Congressman Kucinih will be participating in the World Café portion. Cost is $15v at the door and $10 if you pre-register. To pre-register visit http://www.teachingpeaceconference.org/ Funds go to the conference, not to the campaign.
1:30 - 2PM - Market Square, Portsmouth - Address the Step it Up Rally
4:30 - 6PM, Shaskeens, 909 Elm St, Manchester, Happy Hour with the Young Dems Contact: Kristin Mueller 603-496-6256
7PM - Manchester First Assembly Church, 45 Myles Drive, Auburn - Presidential Leadership Forum
9AM - Portsmouth - Union Event