Thursday, November 20, 2003
NEWSFLASH: Dean Was in Henniker, New Hampshire Today http://www.nec.edu/news/03_11_18hdean.htm
Please credit Heath@DeanTV.org for use of photo.
The guy on the right with blond hair is our friend Felix Schein, MSNBC Campaign Embed.
Henniker, New Hampshire is a sleepy little town where New England College students are wide awake for Dean. The Doctor spoke there today in a town meeting forum after an abreviated stump speech. You've all heard parts of that I'm sure. The questions were good and the answers seem to be getting better from the Governor as he continues to feel pretty comfortable with a big lead in the polls there. I caught up with Matthew Gardner again; spokesperson and communications guru for Dean NH.
The following video clip is just a quick update from Gardner about getting tougher instead of getting complacent.
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I also just think it's important to recognize and put a face to some of these organizers who are helping us do so well in the LIVE FREE OR DIE state--SO FAR!
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