We are down to critical days in New Hampshire
Just 1 week until the Republican primary.
It was great being home and being apart of the political fever that grips NH this time of year.
|Me and Governor Romney this past 4th of July|
Romney Support #1: Family Sign Wave
My mom got us all decked out in Romney shirts and signs and we headed to a busy intersection in our town. We waved signs, waved hands, smiled, danced, cheered, and laughed as we told those of Bedford who they should be voting for. In half an hour we got one "Obama!" two thumbs down, and one Ron Paul...not bad huh? We had a lot of waves, honks, and smiles. Hopefully this shows how much Bedford loves Mitt Romney.
Romney Support #2
Later that night we headed into the office to make some phone calls. I got to invite people to a complimentary breakfast with Mitt's sons the following morning and guess what? Four of them happened to be in the office that night making calls too! I didn't have my camera on me but it was fun to talk to them and Tag was pretty excited to find out I go to his Alma Mater, BYU.
Romney Support #3
On Friday we got to go hear the future president speak at a spaghetti supper. He is so great in person. He really connects to the people he is speaking to and I was very impresses at his ability to respond to questions and reach out to the audience. We didn't stay for dinner but we did manage to talk to the governor and get a picture!
And make sure to GET OUT AND VOTE.
The primary is in just one week.
Go register today.
If you go back to school before then, you can vote at the town office by absentee before you leave.
Its so neat we live in America and can elect our leaders.