September 28, 2011, Manchester, NH -- Presidential candidate Gary Johnson will be holding town hall meetings along his 458-mile ‘Ride for Freedom’ across New Hampshire October 5-11.

Governor Johnson will begin Wednesday, October 5 with a speech at the Milford Rotary Luncheon, before heading to the Milford Downtown Oval to begin his “Ride for Freedom”. His first stop will be the Concord State House. He’ll also hold a town hall that evening from 7:00-8:30pm.

Beginning at 7am, Johnson will start Thursday’s ride from the State House in Concord with stops in Gilford, Alton, Wolfeboro, Moultonborough, Meredith and Laconia throughout the day.

He’ll once again start at 7am on Friday from Laconia. He’ll stop for lunch in Peterborough before concluding that evening in Fitzwilliam for a benefit concert.

On Saturday he will leave Fitzwilliam and head for Keene where he’ll have breakfast before stopping in Newport, New London and Concord. Leaving at 9am Sunday, Johnson will ride from Concord to Miles Smith Farm in Loudon followed by stops in Northwood, Durham and Dover.

Johnson’s ride Monday will take him from Dover to Portsmouth, Rye, Hampton and Exeter before arriving in Manchester for a town hall at the Millyard Museum.

Finally, on Tuesday he will leave from the Millyard Museum in Manchester and ride to Mary Anne’s Diner in Derry. From there he will travel to Salem, Windham and Nashua and then onto the finish line celebration at the Milford Downtown Oval.

Additional events and stops will be added to the schedule in coming days, along with details regarding specific locations and times.

Anyone interested in joining Governor Johnson on all or part of the bike ride can contact the Gary Johnson campaign for details at 603-625-2012 or

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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.