MANCHESTER, NH — After an appearance April 16 on CNN, Gov. Bill Weld will make his way to New Hampshire for two days of campaigning. His visit will include a diner tour, a traditional NH house party, and an official foreign policy address at the World Affairs Council of NH.
All events are open press.
Tuesday, April 16, 2019
11 a.m. The Red Arrow Diner, 61 Lowell St., Manchester, NH
11:45 a..m The Airport Diner, 2280 Brown Ave., Manchester, NH
1 p.m. Norton’s Classic Café, 233 Main St., Nashua, NH
World Affairs Council of NH
Foreign Policy Address
“What Role Should America Play in the World Today?”
Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Speech at 7 p.m.
Southern New Hampshire University
2500 River Rd., Manchester, NH
Wednesday, April 17, 2019
A Conversation About Job Growth with Town Manager Kevin Smith & Local Business Owners
Londonderry Town Hall
268B Mammoth Rd., Londonderry, NH
(Additional stops tba)
House Party with Kerry and James Stap
3 Hayes Hart Rd., Windham
Press set up 6 p.m.
ABOUT GOVERNOR BILL WELD
Governor Weld has an unblemished record of public service. In addition to seven years in the Department of Justice, he served two terms as Governor in Massachusetts, where he was reelected by the largest margin in state history. He cut taxes 21 times, never raised them, balanced the budget, and oversaw six upgrades in the state’s bond rating. He signed landmark welfare reform, established public education standards, and was a trailblazer as an early proponent for LGBT civil rights. Governor Weld was ranked the most fiscally conservative Governor in the country by the Cato Institute and the Wall Street Journal.
He and his wife, Leslie, live in Canton, MA. Between them, they have eight children and eight grandchildren.