Obama/Biden Campaign - Actor Kal Penn And Actress Olivia Wilde To Campaign In NH

MANCHESTER, NH – With less than one month until election day, actor Kal Penn, best known for his role in Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle, and actress Olivia Wilde, best known for her role in The O.C., will campaign for Barack Obama and Joe Biden in New Hampshire this weekend. Penn and Wilde will discuss voter registration and issues important to students and young voters in the Granite State.

The New Hampshire Campaign for Change is engaging students and young voters across New Hampshire and will continue to do so in the remaining weeks. Granite Staters interested in doing their part to elect Sen. Obama and Sen. Biden can visit http://NH.barackobama.com to find their local office and get involved.

Kal Penn currently plays the role of Dr. Lawrence Kutner in the TV series House . Previously, he starred in films such as National Lampoon's Van Wilder , Harold & Kumar Go to White Castle and The Namesake . Penn has also spent a good part of the last year and a half campaigning for Barack Obama in states across the country, focusing specifically on engaging students and young voters.

Olivia Wilde currently plays the role of Dr. Remy Hadley in the TV series House. She has appeared in a number of film and television parts, including roles on the series The O.C. and The Black Donnellys . Wilde has also been active on the campaign trail, campaigning for Senator Obama in states across the country.

Saturday, October 11th

10: 30 am - UNH Tailgate For Change

University of New Hampshire, Boulder Field, Durham

1:30 pm – Canvass Kick-Off with Students

NH Campaign for Change Rochester Field Office

28 N. Main Street, Rochester

5:00 pm – Event with Young Professionals

Jillian’s Billiards

50 Phillipe Cote Street, Manchester

Sunday, October 12th

11:30 am – Event at Dartmouth College

Fahey Hall, 1st Floor Commons, Hanover

1:30 pm – Meet and Greet at Plymouth State University

Fireplace Lounge, The HUB, Plymouth

3:00 pm – House Party with Young Voters

Home of Amanda Grady and Alex Koutroubuas