GOV JOHNSON ADDS CONCORD TOWN HALL AND STATE HOUSE SPEECH TO ‘RIDE FOR FREEDOM’

October 4, 2011, Manchester, NH -- Presidential candidate Gary Johnson’s campaign has added two additional events to Johnson’s upcoming ‘Ride for Freedom’ including an additional town hall and an address to the New Hampshire House of Representatives. Beginning in Milford on October 5, the 458-mile bicycle tour will take place over 6 days stopping in over 20 New Hampshire cities.

The details for the two additional stops are as follows:

Saturday, Oct. 8
7:00-8:30pm: Gov. Johnson will host a "Get to Know Gary Johnson" Town Hall at The Derryfield School in Manchester (Band Room, 2108 River Road).

Wednesday, Oct. 12
10:00-10:10am: Gov. Johnson will address the New Hampshire House of Representatives at the State House in Concord.

View Governor Johnson’s full itinerary including new stops below:

Wednesday, October 5
8:00-11:00am: Gov. Johnson will be available for interviews in the Manchester area.
2:00-3:00pm: Gov. Johnson will speak at a meeting of the Milford Rotary Club (5 Union Street).
3:30pm: Gov. Johnson’s “Ride for Freedom” will begin at the Milford Downtown Oval and proceed to the State House in Concord (35.4 miles, ETA 5:30-6:00pm).
7:30-9:00pm: Gov. Johnson will host a “Get to Know Gary Johnson” Town Hall at Concord High School (170 Warren Street).

Thursday, October 6
7:00am: The “Ride for Freedom” will begin at the State House in Concord and proceed to Gilford (28.6 miles, ETA 8:45-9:00am), then around Lake Winnepesaukee to Laconia (64.8 miles, ETA 4:45-5:00pm).
9:00-10:00am: Gov. Johnson will visit Kitchen Cravings in Gilford (15 Airport Road) for breakfast and conversation with staff and local residents.
11:15-11:30am: Gov. Johnson visit Amilyne’s Corner Market in Alton (404 Main Street).
12:30-12:45pm: Gov. Johnson and the freedom riders will visit Black's Gift Shop & Paper Store in Wolfeboro (8 South Main Street).
2:15-2:45pm: Gov. Johnson will visit The Old Country Store and Museum in Moultonborough (1011 Whittier Highway).
3:45-4:00pm: Gov. Johnson will visit Hesky Park in Meredith (Route 3, Daniel Webster Highway).
5:00-5:15pm: Gov. Johnson will visit Stewart Park in Laconia (corner of Main Street and Union Avenue).

Friday, October 7
7:00am: The “Ride for Freedom” will begin at Stewart Park in Laconia and proceed to Peterborough (65.7 miles, ETA 11:30-Noon).
Noon-2:00pm: Gov. Johnson will visit Harlow’s Pub in Peterborough (3 School Street) for lunch and conversation with staff and local residents.
2:00pm: The “Ride for Freedom will continue to Fitzwilliam (16 miles, ETA 3:00-3:15pm).
8:00-10:00pm: Gov. Johnson will attend a “Freedom Ride Celebration” at the Fitzwilliam Inn in Fitzwilliam (62 NH Route 119W).

Saturday, October 8
7:00am: The “Ride for Freedom” will begin at the Fitzwilliam Inn in Fitzwilliam and proceed to Central Square in Keene (13.9 miles, ETA 7:45-8:00am).
8:00-8:15am: Gov. Johnson will visit Central Square in Keene (Main Street).
8:15am: The “Ride for Freedom” will proceed to New London (46.1 miles, ETA 11:15-11:45am).
11:45am-2:00pm: Gov. Johnson will visit Ellie’s Cafe (207 Main Street) for lunch and conversation with staff and local residents.
2:00pm: The “Ride for Freedom” will proceed to the State House in Concord (33.5 miles, ETA 4:00-4:30pm).
7:00-8:30pm: Gov. Johnson will host a "Get to Know Gary Johnson" Town Hall at The Derryfield School in Manchester (Band Room, 2108 River Road).

Sunday, October 9
9:00am: The “Ride for Freedom” will begin at the State House in Concord and proceed to Loudon (11.8 miles, ETA 9:45-10:00am).
10:00am to 11:30am: Gov. Johnson will visit Miles Smith Farm in Loudon (56 Whitehouse Road) to celebrate “Miles Smith Farm Day.”
11:30am: The “Ride for Freedom” will proceed to Northwood (22.8 miles, ETA 1:00-1:15pm).
1:15-2:30pm: Gov. Johnson will visit Johnson’s Dairy Bar in Northwood (1334 Route 4) for lunch and conversation with staff and local residents.
2:30pm: The “Ride for Freedom” will proceed to Durham (12.7 miles, ETA 3:15-3:30pm).
3:30-4:00pm: Gov. Johnson will visit Mill Road Plaza in Durham (5 Mill Road).
 4:00pm: The “Ride for Freedom” will proceed to Henry Law Park in Dover (Washington Street) (6.3 miles, ETA 4:20-4:35pm).

Monday, October 10
7:00am: The “Ride for Freedom” will begin in Dover and proceed through Portsmouth, Rye, Hampton, and Exeter, then to the Millyard Museum in Manchester (61.8 miles, ETA 2:00-2:30pm).
8:00-9:00am: Gov. Johnson will visit Roundabout Diner in Portsmouth (580 US Highway 1 Bypass) for breakfast and conversation with staff and local residents.
9:30-10:00am: Gov. Johnson will visit Odiorne State Park in Rye (Route 1A).
10:30-11:00am: Gov. Johnson will visit Joe’s Meat Shop (229 Atlantic Avenue) in North Hampton.
11:30am-Noon: Gov. Johnson will visit Exeter Music in Exeter (135 Water Street).
7:00-8:30 - Gov. Johnson will host a “Get to Know Gary Johnson” Town Hall at the Millyard Museum in Manchester (Mill #3, corner of Commercial Street and Pleasant Street).

Tuesday, October 11
7:00am: The “Ride for Freedom” will begin in Manchester and proceed through Derry, Salem, Windham, and Nashua, then on to the Finish Line Celebration at the Milford Downtown Oval (48.3 miles).
8:00-9:00am: Gov. Johnson will visit Mary Anne’s Diner in Derry (29 East Broadway) for breakfast and conversation with staff and local residents.
9:45-10:00am: Gov. Johnson will visit Cycles Etc. in Salem (2 Range Road).
10:30-11:00am: Gov. Johnson will visit The Village Bean in Windham (33 Indian Rock Road).
Noon-12:30pm: Gov. Johnson will visit Freewheel Cycles in Nashua (9 Court Street).
1:45-2:00pm: Finish Line Celebration at the Milford Downtown Oval.

Wednesday, October 12
8:00-10:00am: Gov. Johnson will be available for interviews in the Manchester area.
10:00-10:10am: Gov. Johnson will address the New Hampshire House of Representatives at the State House in Concord.

For more information, please visit www.garyjohnson2012.com.

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About Presidential Candidate Gary Johnson: Gary Johnson, a Republican and two-term Governor of New Mexico from 1994-2002, has been a consistent and outspoken advocate for limited, efficient government and personal liberty.