Wednesday, September 5, 2007

GOP Debate Tonight on FOX

GOP Debate on FOXNews Channel 9pm et

Romney New Hampshire State Director Jim Merrill On Tonight's Debate

Labor Day has come and gone, and that can mean only one thing ... the primary is just around the corner and it's time to get serious. Campaign season is upon us.

We are looking forward to the second New Hampshire debate tonight at UNH. Governor Romney takes our voters and our Primary seriously, which is why he is here this evening, and why he has spent so much time here this year. On Labor Day, the Governor was the only Republican campaigning in New Hampshire, hitting five of our ten counties. The Governor began the day early greeting voters at a full Village Kitchen in Moultonborough, met with 200 people at a neighborhood block party in Ashland, stopped by Concord, jogged the parade route at the traditional Milford Labor Day parade where he was joined by over 150 Romney marchers, and ended the day with another Ask Mitt Anything at a packed VFW in Nashua. And there's more to come!

After tonight's debate – he's coming right back to hit the campaign trail hard on Friday – this time going through the North Country. On his first trip to New Hampshire in 2007, we took the Governor to Grafton and Coos counties, and we're doing it again on Friday – this time adding in Carroll County as well. Governor Romney has told me personally that he wants to run a traditional New Hampshire campaign – that means touching all corners of the State from Coos to the sea, meeting voters and taking their questions in town halls, coffee shops, businesses and back yards, and building a strong grassroots team in all 10 counties that's ready to go the distance. The aggressive schedule the Governor keeps in New Hampshire reflects not only his commitment to our Primary and process, but the energy and drive that he will bring to Washington. All over the state, we're seeing Mitt Romney's message of building a strong economy, and strong military, and strong families resonating well with New Hampshire voters. Come out and see for yourself on Friday!

We're looking forward to the debate tonight – but we're looking forward to continuing to hit the campaign trail even more.

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