REVISED SCHEDULE FOR PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE GARY JOHNSON’S VISIT TO NEW HAMPSHIRE, SEPTEMBER 17-21

Sept. 16, 2011, Santa Fe, NM - Presidential Candidate Gary Johnson will return to New Hampshire Sept. 17 for a four-day campaign visit that will feature two “Google Hangout” events  and appearances in Nashua, Bedford, Milford, Keene, and Durham. The former New Mexico Governor announced his candidacy for president April 21 in Concord, and this will be his 16th visit to New Hampshire in the last 18 months.
 
The following events have been added or changed in Gov. Gary Johnson’s schedule for Sept. 17-21. A complete revised schedule is posted below the changes and additions.

Monday, September 19
(*added) 2:00-2:20pm: Gov. Johnson will visit Chappell Tractor in Milford (454 Route 13 South).
(*added) 2:30-2:50pm: Gov. Johnson will visit Cirtronics in Milford (528 Route 13 South).

Tuesday, September 20
(*added) 11:00am-NOON: Gov. Johnson will meet with students at Keene State College (Madison Lounge, Young Student Center).
(*time change) 1:00-1:20pm: Gov. Johnson will visit Brewbaker’s Coffee in Keene (97 Main Street).
(*added) 1:30-1:50pm: Gov. Johnson will visit Fritz, The Place to Eat in Keene (45 Main Street).
(*time change) 2:00-2:20pm: Gov. Johnson will visit Armadillo’s Burritos in Keene (82 Main Street).
(*added) 2:30-2:50pm: Gov. Johnson will visit The Stage Restaurant in Keene (30 Central Square).
(*added) 3:00-3:20pm: Gov. Johnson will visit Pedraza’s Mexican Restaurant in Keene (45 Central Square).

Wednesday, September 21
(*added) 11:30am-12:30pm: Gov. Johnson will meet with the Eagle-Tribune editorial board.


Complete Revised Schedule:

Saturday, September 17
8:00-10:00pm: Gov. Johnson will attend his first “Google Hangout” house party at a private residence in Candia (49 Langford Drive). Johnson supporters nationwide will be hosting their own house parties, and Gov. Johnson will speak with them all via video chat.

Sunday, September 18
NOON–2:00pm: Gov. Johnson will attend the annual “Steak Out” event sponsored by the Nashua Republican City Committee in Nashua (2 Somerset Parkway).
3:00-5:00pm: Gov. Johnson and volunteers will meet at the Manchester campaign headquarters (530 Chestnut Street) and spend the afternoon knocking on doors and distributing campaign literature.

Monday, September 19
7:00-8:30am: Gov. Johnson will attend the Bedford Republican Committee Annual Breakfast at Manchester Country Club in Bedford (180 South River Road).
9:30-10:30am: Gov. Johnson will meet with the Nashua Telegraph editorial board.
2:00-2:20pm: Gov. Johnson will visit Chappell Tractor in Milford (454 Route 13 South).
2:30-2:50pm: Gov. Johnson will visit Cirtronics in Milford (528 Route 13 South).

Tuesday, September 20
8:00-9:00am: Gov. Johnson will visit Lindy’s Diner in Keene for breakfast and conversation with the staff and local residents (19 Gilbo Avenue).
10:00-10:50am: Gov. Johnson will speak to a journalism class taught by Professor Rose Kundanis at Keene State College in Keene (Media Arts Center, Room 160).
11:00am-NOON: Gov. Johnson will meet with students at Keene State College (Madison Lounge, Young Student Center).
1:00-1:20pm: Gov. Johnson will visit Brewbaker’s Coffee in Keene (97 Main Street).
1:30-1:50pm: Gov. Johnson will visit Fritz, The Place to Eat in Keene (45 Main Street).
2:00-2:20pm: Gov. Johnson will visit Armadillo’s Burritos in Keene (82 Main Street).
2:30-2:50pm: Gov. Johnson will visit The Stage Restaurant in Keene (30 Central Square).
3:00-3:20pm: Gov. Johnson will visit Pedraza’s Mexican Restaurant in Keene (45 Central Square).
8:00-10:00pm: Gov. Johnson will attend a “Google Hangout” event at the University of New Hampshire in Durham (Memorial Union Building Room 302). Johnson supporters nationwide will be hosting their own house parties, and Gov. Johnson will speak with them all via video chat.

Wednesday, September 21
11:30am-12:30pm: Gov. Johnson will meet with the Eagle-Tribune editorial board.

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.