MANCHESTER— Sen. Barack Obama’s Campaign for Change will host an office opening today Monday, August 4th at 6 p.m. in Manchester, celebrating both Sen. Obama’s aggressive grassroots campaign operation in Manchester and the 47th birthday of Sen. Obama.
New Hampshire residents interested in learning more about Sen. Obama and getting involved with the campaign are welcome and encouraged to attend. Thousands of volunteers have already joined Sen. Obama’s Campaign for Change and have been talking to their friends, neighbors and family about the need to bring real change to Washington and change the Bush/McCain economic policies that are crippling Granite Staters.
This Monday also marks the opening of two other Campaign for Change offices in Keene and Concord, as well as open houses in the other nine Campaign for Change offices. Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter, Democratic Chairman Raymond Buckley, Senate President Sylvia Larsen, and Sen. Lou D’Allesandro, as well as supporters, will be in attendance.
The following is the full list of Sen. Obama’s Campaign for Change offices in New Hampshire:
Manchester: 359 Elm Street, Manchester
Keene: 305 Park Ave, Keene
Concord: 3A Eagle Square, Concord
Portsmouth: 195 Hanover Street, Portsmouth (Parade Mall)
Dover: 11 Chestnut Street, Dover
Rochester: 28 S. Main Street, Rochester
Derry: 7 E. Broadway, Derry
Berlin: 225 Main Street, Berlin
Conway: 85 Main Street, Conway
Laconia: 54 Canal Street, Laconia
Nashua: 306 Amherst St, Nashua
Peterborough: 50 Jaffrey Rd, Peterborough
Manchester office opening:
359 Elm Street, Manchester
Speakers: Congresswoman Carol Shea-Porter, Democratic Chairman Raymond Buckley, Senate President Sylvia Larsen, and Sen. Lou D’Allesandro