Vilsack to Campaign in New Hampshire on Monday and Tuesday

DES MOINES, IA - On Monday and Tuesday, Democratic candidate for President Tom Vilsack will campaign in New Hampshire.

On Monday, February 26, Vilsack will attend a breakfast with Democrats in Rye and a lunch event with Democrats in Plymouth. That evening Vilsack will deliver remarks at an interactive roundtable discussion with leaders in the energy field called "Bright Ideas in Energy: Local Actions with a Global Impact" at Dartmouth College's Hopkins Center for the Arts.

On Tuesday, February 27, Vilsack will visit the headquarters of GT Solar, a leading national producer of photovoltaic cells, where he will take a tour of the factory floor and discuss his ambitious energy security agenda with company officials. Following his visit to GT Solar, Vilsack will meet for lunch with Belknap County Democrats.

Vilsack is expected to address a wide range of issues at the events including his commitment to ending the war in Iraq and his bold ideas to protect America's energy security.


Monday, February 26, 2007
7:30 AM EST
Breakfast with Local Democrats
The Hungry Horse Cafe
919 Washington Road
Rye, NH

12:00 PM EST
Lunch with Local Democrats
Common Man Inn
231 Main Street
Plymouth, NH

7:00 PM EST
Energy Security Discussion at Dartmouth College
Hopkins Center for the Arts- Top of the Hop
6041 Lower Level Wilson Hall
Dartmouth College
Hanover, NH

Tuesday, February 27, 2007
9:45 AM EST
Visit to GT Solar Headquarters
243 Daniel Webster Highway
Merrimack, NH

11:45 AM EST
Lunch with Belknap County Democrats
Tilt'n Diner
61 Laconia Road, Route 3
Belmont, NH

* Members of the press are invited 15 minutes early for set up.

Vilsack was the first Democratic candidate for President to announce his candidacy, the first to repudiate the Bush-McCain Doctrine of escalation in Iraq, and the first to demand that Congress defund the war in Iraq. Vilsack is a Washington outsider with a proven track record of expanding access to healthcare and early education, as well as making Iowa a national leader in renewable fuel production.




   ADVERTISEMENTS