New England College Forum Picking a President:  Making the Case to NH’s Undeclared Voters

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New England College

HENNIKER, NH – Presidential campaign advisors and political experts will gather at New England College on October 28 to discuss their efforts to win the votes of New Hampshire’s Undeclared voters, a critical swing bloc that makes up almost 40 percent of NH’s registered voters.

What:  Forum on “Picking a President:  Making the Case to NH’s Undeclared Voters”

Who:  NH political experts and surrogates of the Christie, Ramaswamy, and Williamson presidential campaigns

When:  October 28 at 10:00 am

Where:  New England College, Simon Center Great Room, 98 Bridge St., Henniker, NH.  

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The first panel will be a set of New Hampshire experts, including Josh McElveen of McElveen Strategies; Tom Rath, former NH Attorney General; and Nancy West, Editor of

Jeff LaCourse, New Hampshire State Director for the Chris Christie Campaign, has confirmed his attendance.  The Vivek Ramaswamy campaign also plans to send a surrogate.  Carlos Cardona, Marianne Williamson’s Campaign Manager has also confirmed his participation.

Robert Schwartz, Executive Director of the event organizer PrimaryPower states, “We look forward to hearing from all of the experts and presidential campaign representatives who will make their pitch to New Hampshire’s Undeclared voters.  Many pundits have concluded that the primaries won’t matter and a Trump-Biden rematch is a foregone conclusion.  It is actually New Hampshire’s Undeclared voters that will decide who competes for their party’s nominations.” 

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