Santorum For President - NH Primary Weekly

RICK SANTORUM RETURNS
TO NEW HAMPSHIRE TOMORROW

Sen. Santorum to personally sign his paper work to appear on the New Hampshire Ballot.
Verona, PA – Former Senator Rick Santorum (R-PA) will return to New Hampshire this Thursday, October 20th for several campaign events.  Open press events are noted below, all times are local.
 
Thursday, October 20:
 10:40am ET:     Senator Santorum will meet-and-greet diners at the Red Arrow Diner in Manchester, NH.
 Location:
Red Arrow Diner
61 Lowell Street
Manchester, NH
 
1:00pm ET:       Senator Santorum will file his paperwork to officially be on the ballot in the New Hampshire Presidential Primary.
Location:
Office of Secretary of State Bill Gardner
New Hampshire State House
Room 204
Concord, NH
 
4:00pm ET:       Senator Santorum will host a meet-and-greet at BeanTowne Coffee House & Café in Hampstead, NH.
 Location:
BeanTowne Coffee House & Café
201 Route 111
Hampstead, NH
 
7:05pm ET:       Senator Santorum will take part in a “We the People” Town Hall Meeting hosted Jennifer Horn.
 Location:
The Executive Court
1199 South Mammoth Road
Manchester, NH

 

Key State House conservative Groen leads latest Santorum endorsement

By John DiStaso - Union Leader

WEDNESDAY, OCT. 19, UPDATE: MORE FOR SANTORUM. State Sen. Fenton Groen, R-Rochester, leads the latest group of state legislative endorsements for GOP presidential candidate Rick Santorum.
Santorm today also received the backing of state Reps. John McDonnell of Pembroke and John Sedensky of Hampstead.

Read more here:
http://www.unionleader.com/article/20111019/NEWS0605/110609989

Santorum aggressor against Romney, Perry in debate

By THOMAS BEAUMONT Associated Press

WASHINGTON—It was former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum's turn to play the part of equal-opportunity aggressor during Tuesday's Republican presidential campaign debate.  Desperate for traction, the former Pennsylvania senator spent a chunk of the face-off in Las Vegas hounding Mitt Romney for the health care bill he signed while governor of Massachusetts and Texas Gov. Rick Perry for his support of the 2008 Wall Street bailout.  And while Romney and Perry have clashed for weeks in what at times has seemed to be a two-man race, Santorum aggressively argued that neither were authentic conservatives worthy of the GOP nomination.
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http://www.mercurynews.com/presidentelect/ci_19143547?nclick_check=1