Saturday, April 28, 2007

Pawlenty: My Hands Are Already Full

Today, Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty participated in the official opening of John McCain's New Hampshire headquarters. Before a crowd of 60 "McCainiacs," Pawlenty said that he is supporting Senator McCain because he is a "leader for our times" and he has "uncommon courage and patriotism." After his opening remarks, the Republican Governor met supporters and signed a blank wall that will be filled with signatures of McCain supporters and volunteers

.In an interview with "New Hampshire Presidential Watch," Pawlenty said that so far he has rarely campaigned for McCain, but once the Minnesota legislative session concludes he plans to do more stumping for McCain. As he was leaving, I said "you would make an interesting VP pick" to which Pawlenty laughed and said "I already have my hands full."

For more on Tim Pawlenty and his support of John McCain, check out this link:

Tuesday, April 10, 2007

Graham To Visit Lake Winnipeasaukee

South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham will be in the state on May 4th. Graham is a close friend of McCain and Sununu and is often mentioned as a possible Vice-Presidential nominee or Attorney General appointment. Senator Graham will be speaking at the Belkap County Lincoln Day Dinner on May 4th. He will be urging Republicans to support John McCain's presidential bid. Here are the details:

Belknap County LDD Cruise
Date : 4 May 2007
Event Description: Annual Belknap County Lincoln Day Dinner Cruise with featured guest Senator Lindsey Graham
Where: Lake Winnipeasaukee (departs from The Weirs)
When: Friday, May 4th @ 5:30pm
Cost: $35
Contact: Frank TiltonEmail:

Pawlenty To Attend McCain HQ Opening

It's been confirmed to us, that Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty will be in New Hampshire on Saturday, April 28th. Pawlenty will be attending the opening of John McCain's New Hampshire headquarters. McCain's Manchester headquarters are at the Waumbec Mill on 250 Commercial Street, Suite 3007. The McCain campaign is just down the hall from Tom Tancredo's office.