Jill Biden in Concord, Laconia, North Country on Friday

Vice President Joe Biden will be in New Hampshire on Monday.

Vice President Joe Biden will travel to New Hampshire for a campaign event on Monday, Oct. 29, according to the Obama campaign.

The campaign had announced yesterday that Biden's wife, Dr. Jill Biden, will be in New Hampshire on Friday, Oct. 26. 

Jill Biden will make campaign stops at field offices around the state. She'll be in Concord at 11:10 a.m.; Berlin at 1:40 p.m.; Conway at 3:45 p.m.; and Laconia at 6 p.m. 

President Obama is also scheduled to make a stop in Nashua on Saturday, Oct. 27, his sixth visit to New Hampshire this year.

Additional details will be forthcoming, but the back-to-back visits underscore the heated battle for New Hampshire's four electoral college votes. Polls continue to show it a close race in the Granite State.

Atlant October 25, 2012 at 06:51 PM
David Pittelli October 27, 2012 at 12:55 PM
Here's an interesting article: "Part I: Obama optimism: why it is unfounded" http://www.bobkrumm.com/blog/?p=2456
Colter95 October 27, 2012 at 05:48 PM
Will Jill think she is in Nevada? Is Joe lost?
Colter95 October 27, 2012 at 05:52 PM
Consider these facts before you vote: 1. Is the economy better off now than it was four years ago? Based on the evidence, I'd have to say no. Wages are down, the the prices of everything we buy is up. The price of gas has doubled. Good jobs are scarce. 2. Are the slight "up tics" in the economy a solid trend in the right direction? I don't think so. First, the gains are very slight. Second, I believe they are the result in the temporary stimulus by the Federal Reserve, in which they printed a lot of new money. It provides a slight bump now, but the cost will come later - after the election. Ben Bernanke is trying to save Obama's job, along with his own. 3. The continual misrepresentation of Romney on the auto bailout by the Obama administration. Obama appears to be taking complete credit for the bailout, while simultaneously saying that Romney was for liquidation of the auto industry. This is an absolute falsehood. It was Bush who initiated the bailout and TARP. Obama continued it and then expanded it, to his credit. However, Romney was one of the first to say that the industry needed to go through bankruptcy reorganization, and eventually they did exactly that. He also said that any needed loans should come from the private sector. He never said that the industry should be liquidated, or that he would deny federal funds if he were president, and private sector funds were not available. Obama lies! 4. The Benghazi coverup and lies.


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