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Presidential Candidate Gary Johnson Returns To New Hampshire, June 3rd – 5th

June 1, 2011Posted in Blog, Gov. Gary Johnson, New Hampshire

June 1, 2011, Santa Fe, NM - Presidential candidate Gary Johnson will return to New Hampshire June 3-5 for several events with local Republican and conservative groups, the news media and Granite State residents.   The former New Mexico Governor announced his candidacy for president April 21 in Concord, and this will be his second return visit since his announcement.

Governor Johnson will be on hand for a variety of media opportunities during his trip. Details and locations of his schedule are provided below:

Friday, June 3
7:10 - 7:30am: Gov. Johnson will be a guest on WGIR’s Morning Show (AM 610), broadcasting live in studio from Manchester, NH.
10:30 - 11:30am: Gov. Johnson will tour Manchester’s Millyard Museum (corner of Commercial St. and Pleasant St.). 
5:15 - 8:00 p.m. — Gov. Johnson will join Belknap County Republicans aboard the M/S Mount Washington for their annual “Lincoln Day” Lake Winnepesaukee cruise.  The boat departs from Weirs Beach (Lakeside Ave.) at 6:00.

Saturday, June 4
9:00 - 10:00 — Gov. Johnson will visit the Leadership Institute Grassroots Activist Training Seminar for coffee and conversation with conservative activists (Country Inn and Suites, 250 South River Road, Bedford).
11:30 - 1:30 — Visit with local residents in Dover: Cafe on the Corner (478 Central Avenue) at 11:30, Harvey’s Bakery and Cafe (376 Central Avenue) at 12:15, and the Orchard St. Chop Shop (1 Orchard Street) at 1:00.
3:00 - 6:00 — Visits with local residents in Portsmouth area: Breaking New Grounds Cafe (14 Market Square), The Friendly Toast (113 Congress Street), Federal Cigar (22 Ladd Street), and Strawberry Banke.

Sunday, June 5
1:00 - 4:00 p.m. — Gov Johnson will attend the Conservative Future BBQ and Straw Poll at Greeley Park (100 Concord St.) in Nashua.

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