Laurie McCray of Portsmouth Wins Graniteroots House Meeting Contest and Will Join Elizabeth Edwards at Dartmouth Debate

Graniteroots for Edwards Continues Drive Towards 200 House Meetings for Change

(Manchester, NH) – Today, the John Edwards for President campaign announced that Laurie McCray of Portsmouth has won the Graniteroots house meeting contest and will join Elizabeth Edwards at the upcoming Dartmouth debate. Laurie hosted a Graniteroots house meeting with 103 attendees.

“We want to congratulate Laurie for her tremendous work and Elizabeth is looking forward to joining her at the debate,” said New Hampshire State Director Beth Leonard. “Laurie exemplifies the thousands of Graniteroots supporters we have across the state who are working tirelessly to spread John's bold message of change.”

This week, supporters will continue to hold Graniteroots house meetings, and will have hosted over 200 of them by Wednesday's debate at Dartmouth. 

Following the debate, on Thursday, September 27th and Friday, September 28th, Senator John Edwards will embark on a two-day ‘Economic Fairness for the North Country’ barnstorm to discuss his bold ideas to help middle class and working families get truly universal health care and quality education, and build an economy that works for them. Throughout the tour, Edwards will be joined by Grammy Award-winning musician Ralph Stanley II, the IBMA award-winning Bluegrass Brothers, and former Democratic Congressman Ben Jones, who played “Cooter” on the Dukes of Hazzard.