What’s So Great About a NewtHampshire Town Hall

Team NewtHampshire touts town halls

In case you missed the emails with the Wednesday Town Hall information, see below, and do not miss it!

Here are some videos from Team NewtHampshire on why they enjoy candidate town hall meetings, and what makes a NewtHampshire Town Hall special.

At 2 p.m. Wednesday, Newt Gingrich will be joined by New Hampshire House Speaker Bill O’Brien and Newt 2012 NH Chair Rep. Laurie Sanborn for a Town Hall meeting in Manchester. To welcome any and all Granite Staters, the NewtHampshire campaign has reserved ballroom space at the Radisson Hotel, 700 Elm Street.

Speaker O’Brien is a Mont Vernon NH attorney. Newt 2012 NH State Director Andrew Hemingway: “Speaker O’Brien is a leader of the conservative movement. He led a Republican Revolution, taking back the majority in 2010. Like Speaker Gingrich, Speaker O’Brien has advanced a conservative agenda, fighting to balance the budget, lower taxes, and create a business-friendly environment.”

Representative Sanborn is the New Hampshire Chair of Newt Gingrich’s presidential campaign and heads the Newt 2012 NH Leadership Team. Rep. Sanborn is a freshman legislator in the New House of Representatives, where she serves as Assistant Deputy Majority Leader, on the Ways and Means Committee, and as the founder and Chair of the non-partisan House Business Coalition. With her husband, State Senator Andy Sanborn, she owns and operates The Draft restaurant in Concord. Hemingway on Rep. Sanborn: “Laurie brings her work ethic from the private sector to her work as a legislator and her work to build the Newt 2012 campaign in New Hampshire. We welcome workers to be with Newt in New Hampshire and spread the word to their neighbors.”

Town Hall with former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich
2012 Republican presidential candidate
Wednesday 21, 2011
with NH House Speaker Bill O’Brien
with Newt 2012 NH Chair Rep. Laurie Sanborn
Radisson Hotel (Center of New Hampshire)
700 Elm Street (Rooms B/C/D)
Manchester, NH
2:00 p.m.