Time and Location of Bill Clinton Visit Revealed

Former President to speak in New Hampshire Wednesday.

Former President Bill Clinton, who Patch announced Friday will be campaigning for Barack Obama in the Granite State this coming week, will appear in Durham, at the University of New Hampshire, according to campaign officials.

The event is scheduled for 12 p.m. at UNH's Lundholm gymnasium, according to WMUR, and parking will be available at Boulder Field, which is west of Cowell Stadium.

The report also indicated that tickets, which are limited, can be purchased from 12 p.m. to 9 p.m. today, and 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. tomorrow. Addresses of where to pick up tickets can be found here.

Bill Clinton was last in New Hampshire in late July, when he endorsed current Democratic gubernatorial candidate Maggie Hassan, while the former NH Senate Majority leader was locked in a tight-battle with former senate-mate Jackie Cilley.

We'll release more details on Wednesday's event if and when they come available.

Billnh October 01, 2012 at 02:15 PM
Which one has the sustance ?
Super Fun Size October 01, 2012 at 06:05 PM
I'm not condoning infidelity, but one of the tenets of cheating is to not tell anyone about it and deny it if its suspected. Lying about an affair seems pretty commonplace. Its ridiculous that Republicans spent his whole presidency distracting him from his job with that crazy witch hunt.
Watts October 01, 2012 at 08:05 PM
Obama is a great public speaker, but not the strongest debater. Romney is a terrible public speaker, but a fairly strong debater. I'd like to say that this is going to come down to substance, but the reality is that the low-information voters that are left out there aren't likely to suddenly become seekers of substance. This is going to be more about appearances. And the one negative that both candidates have when debating is that they can cross over into a level of condescension that is not becoming of either of them. The goal of each will be to walk the fine line of beating up the other, without looking like a bully. I don't expect to see any "substance" (as in hearing anything new) from either candidate. The only thing that I might expect is a swing toward the center from Romney. But for every step that he takes toward the center, Obama will be able to lay him out by reminding everybody how the center is quite different from what Romney has been providing so far in the campaign.
News Flash October 01, 2012 at 08:15 PM
Witless Watts again.
Watts October 01, 2012 at 08:23 PM
FRAUD ALERT!! In case it wasn't obvious, Jane is a conservative posting this wikipedia bio of Stein, just trying to split the democratic vote. Just look at the history of Jane's posts: http://salem-nh.patch.com/users/jane-41d29556 But what makes this even funnier is that Dumpy wasn't smart enough to figure that out and undermined his own side's strategy with his post!


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