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DURHAM, N.H. —People may be getting “ready for Hillary” and Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley may be sending staffers to the Granite State, but Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is just showing up. A lot.
Sanders will be spending at least five days in the New Hampshire in October alone. While much attention has been given to New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie’s trip to the North Country with Republican candidate for Gov. Walt Havenstein on Friday, it is likely that Sanders will be addressing more people when he hits the University of New Hampshire campus on the same day.
Along with the Durham stop he will also have a number of private meetings with Democratic and labor activists. But then he is back a few days later for a private event at Dartmouth Hitchcock Hospital in Lebanon.
For the most part Sanders seems to be doing the college town circuit this month. He is hoping to both get Democratic voters excited to vote on Nov. 4 and introduce himself at the same time. On Oct. 21 he will travel Keene where he will speak at Keene State and then later hold a town hall meeting. He will do the same thing on Oct. 23 at Dartmouth College and at Plymouth State. He is then scheduled to be back in the state just six days later holding a town hall meeting in Claremont on Oct. 29.