Congressman Ron Paul had an extremely successful trip to New Hampshire this last weekend. On Friday morning, Feb. 23, WMUR-TV recorded an hour-long program with Dr. Paul. The program is "Conversations with the Candidates." Dr. Paul was questioned by WMUR's political editor for the first 30 minutes, and was then questioned by a studio audience for the second 30 minutes. This series will feature all presidential candidates.
After leaving WMUR, Congressman Paul had lunch with the GOP state party chairman in Concord. Former GOP State Senator Frank Sapareto gave Congressman Paul a tour of the historic New Hampshire capitol after lunch. Congressman Paul was interviewed for the Lou Dobbs program to discuss the proposed North American Union in the afternoon followed by an interview on KIRO AM in Seattle. That evening, the Alliance of Derry Taxpayers hosted Dr. Paul.
Saturday morning, radio host Al Kulas interviewed Dr. Paul. After the interview, Congressman Paul met for breakfast in Manchester with leaders of several organizations such as pro-life, Second Amendment and anti-tax groups. Dr. Paul then met with a second group for lunch in West Lebanon.
After the luncheon, Congressman Paul spoke at the SAE fraternity house at Dartmouth. The students were very attentive and asked Dr. Paul a variety of questions.
A tremendous event took place Saturday night. Over 150 people came to a fundraising reception at a private home in Pembroke, New Hampshire. Those who attended gave Dr. Paul an extremely warm and enthusiastic reception, and a very generous one as well. Several local political activists said the 150 number was "impressive."
Before heading back to Texas, Congressman Paul spoke to the Liberty Forum on Sunday morning. The reception was tremendous.
Below are some articles about Congressman Paul's recent trip to New Hampshire.