>Former Gov. George Pataki attended a conference on Climate Change & Working Forests, presented by the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests and Clean Air-Cool Planet, at Grappone Center in Concord, NH on March 1, 2007.
>According to John DiStaso in The Granite Status, Gov. George Pataki had a private dinner with a small group of Republican activists and leaders at Fratello's Italian Ristorante in Manchester, NH on the evening of January 30, 2007; he backed away possible presidential run.
>Gov. George Pataki ihosted a luncheon for Republican House and Senate members, immediately prior to the swearing-in ceremony, at the Legislative Office Building in Concord, NH on December 6, 2006.
>Gov. George Pataki visited NH on November 4, 2006. With Ted Gatsas and Jeb Bradley he kicked off a statewide lit. drop at his PAC office in Manchester (the lit. drop included 250 volunteers, 12,000 homes and covered 86 candidates); had lunch at Nadeau's in Manchester with Tom Coburn, Gatsas, and Bradley; attended a proclamation ceremony on a new historic marker for a ketchup factory in Hooksett with Gatsas; did some private meetings; and wrapped up with a Countdown to Victory rally at Jillian's in Manchester.
>Gov. George Pataki visited NH on October 2, 2006; he opened the New Hampshire office of the 21st Century Freedom State PAC at 20 Market Street in Manchester and did a walking tour downtown.
>Gov. George Pataki appeared at the Strafford County GOP Annual Picnic at Three River Farm in Dover, NH on August 26, 2006.
>Gov. George Pataki visited NH on August 15, 2006. He met with the editorial board of the Concord Monitor; held some private meetings; visited Lala's Hungarian Pastry Shop in Manchester (Pataki's grandfather was a Hungarian immigrant and Pataki speaks Hungarian); thanked Concord firefighters in Concord for their help after 9/11 at their headquarters on Horseshoe Pond Lane; and spoke at a Republican State Committee fundraiser at the Holiday Inn in Concord.
>Gov. George Pataki spoke at Cheshire County Republicans' Summer Luncheon at E.F. Lane Hotel in Keene, NH on August 4, 2006 on his way to South Carolina for the National Governors Association meeting and related events.
had been scheduled to visit NH on June 28,
2006 but cancelled the trip due to flooding in New York.
>Gov. George Pataki visited NH on June 16, 2006, doing a coffee with citizens at the home of Miriam and Nicholas Troisi in West Lebanon and speaking at a Grafton County Republican Luncheon at Jesse’s Restaurant & Tavern in Hanover.
>Gov. George Pataki visited NH on May 21, 2006. He spoke at New England College's 59th Commencement and received an honorary Doctor of Laws degree at NEC's Lee Clement Arena in Henniker; and spoke at a fundraiser for the House Republican Victory PAC at the home of Rep. Mike Whalley in Alton Bay.
>Gov. George Pataki visited NH on April 27-28, 2006. On April 27 he toured the Portsmouth Fisherman's Cooperative and met with fishermen about federal regulations affecting fishermen in New England; visited Geno's Chowder & Sandwich Shop in Portsmouth and spoke to a small crowd while enjoying Evelyn Marconi's famous chowder; and attended a Strafford County Federation of Woman inaugural event at Wendy Stanley Jones' home in Durham. On April 28 he spoke at the Politics and Eggs breakfast at C.R. Sparks in Bedford; met with Mayor Frank Guinta and the Manchester police and fire chiefs at Central Fire Station in Manchester; did a Manchester Republican Committee luncheon fundraiser at The Yard in Manchester; toured BAE Systems in Nashua; and attended a Nashua Republicans' reception at the home of Rep. Bea Francoeur in Nashua.
George Pataki had been scheduled to visit NH on February
17, 2006, including an appearance at the Politics and Eggs breakfast
at the Bedford Village Inn, a Manchester Republican City Committee lunchtime
fundraiser at the Yard restaurant, and other events. However the
trip was cancelled as he underwent an appendectomy on February
>Gov. George Pataki visited NH on December 14, 2005; he did some interviews and private meetings and attended the NH Republican Party's Christmas Party at the Upham Walker House in Concord. [speech]
>Gov. George Pataki
campaigned with Manchester mayoral candidate Frank Guinta in Manchester,
on October 23, 2005, going door to door and doing a fundraiser at
the home of Sharyn Kelley.
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