From The New Hampshire Street To The Florida StageSeptember 21, 2011Posted in Blog, Florida, Gov. Gary Johnson, New Hampshire
My 16th visit to New Hampshire has been very successful, and as icing on the cake, I learned Tuesday that I have been invited to participate in Thursday evening’s FOX debate in Florida! As you can surely imagine, I am very enthusiastic about this opportunity, and I’m very grateful to all of my supporters who have helped make this possible.
But before I leave New Hampshire for Florida, I’d like to share a few campaign trail highlights from Monday, Tuesday, and the first half of Wednesday:
I did four in-studio radio interviews: WGIR’s Morning Show with Paul Westcott in Manchester, WTLP’s “Bulldog Live” with Brian Tilton in Bow, WKBK’s Morning Show with Dan Mitchell in Keene, and WKLX’s “NH Now” with Chris Ryan in Concord.
I met with two editorial boards: the Nashua Telegraph and the Eagle Tribune.
I visited several small businesses and chatted with more voters than I could possibly count.
And I was very pleased to receive such a warm welcome at Keene State College Tuesday.
The woman in the next photo said she didn’t know who I was until she heard me on the WKBK morning show, but she loved what I had to say and came to meet me at Brewbaker’s Coffee in Keene.
Tuesday evening I visited the University of New Hampshire, where some enthusiastic young men and women have formed a group called “Students for Gary Johnson.” They were kind enough to host my second “Google Hangout” event, which went very well.
Thanks for reading, and please don’t forget to tune in Thursday night at 9pm EST for the debate!