Tickets available for Sunday rally with Presidents Obama, Clinton
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President Obama’s Sunday-morning rally with former president Bill Clinton will be held on North State Street in downtown Concord, his campaign announced yesterday.
Tickets for the rally are being distributed today and tomorrow, between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m., at the New Hampshire Democratic Party, 105 N. State St. in Concord, and at the Obama campaign’s field office at 228 Maple St. in Manchester. They are also available online at obamanh.com.
Tickets are free but are limited to one per person.
Sunday’s rally will be held in the area of North State Street behind the State House, according to campaign spokeswoman Holly Shulman. Attendees will be admitted beginning at 7 a.m. at the corner of North Main and School streets, the campaign said in a news release.
Polls show a close race for New Hampshire’s four electoral votes as Tuesday’s election approaches. Obama’s stop in Concord will be his seventh visit to the state since Labor Day.
Republican Mitt Romney is making two stops in New Hampshire in the campaign’s final days. He’ll hold a rally at the Portsmouth International Airport tomorrow morning and a rally Monday night at the Verizon Wireless Arena in Manchester, where he’ll be joined by his wife, Ann, and musician Kid Rock.
Tickets for those events can be reserved online at mittromney.com/NH.
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