Thursday, January 18, 2007

The 2008 trail....

Connecticut's senior Sen. Chris Dodd has carved out an ambitious weekend in his presidential bid. He starts tomorrow night with a rally in Hartford for friends, family and supporters at the Old State House, and then it's off to New Hampshire for a two-day blitz of the first in the nation primary state.

His presidential campaign committee released the details of his trip last night with campaign stops planned in Nashua, Hooksett, Dover, Henniker, Charleston, Hanover, and Cornish.The highlights of the trip includes:

Breakfast with Democratic activists at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Nashua Saturday morning, followed a "Coffe with Chris" stop at a private residence in Hooksett, an afternoon Town Hall Meeting at the Bell Center for Music and Arts in Dover, before calling it a day at the Senate District 7 Celebration at Daniel's Restaurant & Pub in Henniker.

On Sunday, Dodd meets with activists at a private residence in Charlestown before delivering a speech at Dartmouth College in Hanover in the early afternoon, capping off the two-day visit at a House Party at another private residence in Cornish.


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