Saturday, August 11, 2007

A perfect weekend morning...

especially for political candidates hoping to attract the attention of voters.

U.S. Sen. Christopher J. Dodd will spend the final day of his four-day visit doing old-fashioned retail politicking in New Hampshire. His first scheduled stop is the Farmer's Market in Portsmouth, set up in the parking lot of City Hall.

Close to two dozens tents are up, with a variety of fresh fruits and vegatables on display along with jewelery, a locally bottled wine booth and an assortment of other crafts.

Both city parking lots around the municipal building are fairly well filled, providing the senator with the an opportunity meet and greet a wide variety of potential voters in January's primary.

Dodd is expected to arrive here in about 20 minutes, spending an hour mingling with people before heading off to Newmarket.


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