Fourth and last day of the New Hampshire press bus tour. Today, on veterans day, Pete will attend a Veteran’s Day ceremony and then go to Rochester NH for a policy speech on his new veterans’ policy. This post will capture bus media along the way.
VIDEO from the bus tour
Most recent tweets on top.
We just wrapped 7/10 days on our all-access press bus across N.H. + IA. It was a rollercoaster, with some high highs and unexpected- though now resolved- lows. So proud of our great team. It’s the honor of my life to get to work with them and for @PeteButtigieg. pic.twitter.com/Mw2cKRxBBD— Lis Smith (@Lis_Smith) November 11, 2019
On Pete Buttigieg’s campaign bus, @mgroppe broke the news he’s 3rd in NH in a new Q poll— he told her, “You’re breaking news here on the bus...I would hope that we’d start to see the numbers reflect the enthusiasm we feel on the ground, and it sounds like that might be validated” pic.twitter.com/y7N5gEY1up— DJ Judd (@DJJudd) November 11, 2019
.@PeteButtigieg reacted to being in third in New Hampshire in this new poll on his NH bus tour:— Amanda Golden (@amandawgolden) November 11, 2019
“Well, it's nice to hear...The crowds we're seeing in the gyms, the enthusiasm we're seeing on the faces of people that I speak to is, is being reflected in the numbers.” https://t.co/ncv4qhveGj
Pete Buttigieg, a former Naval Intelligence Officer who deployed to Afghanistan, stands as the 39th Army Band, NH Army Reserve National Guard, plays “Anchors Away,” the march song of the United States Navy, at today’s Veterans Day Ceremony at the NH State Veterans Cemetary. pic.twitter.com/USAFByP32p— DJ Judd (@DJJudd) November 11, 2019
On the bus I asked @PeteButtigieg about the significance of rolling out this plan in NH:— Amanda Golden (@amandawgolden) November 11, 2019
“every time I come to NH I encounter veterans from different generations. And there's a really strong sense of commitment here to I think serving veterans but also a lot of frustration...”
NEW: On appointing a female VA Secretary, Mayor Pete Buttigieg says, “I'm not going to say anything that would decisively rule out any candidate for for that position, but I will say that it's striking that we have not had gender balance in that leadership role.” #nhpolitics— Nicole Sganga (@NicoleSganga) November 11, 2019
@JustinGomezABC asked Pete Buttigieg about Secretary Castro's criticism of the outsized influence wielded by Iowa and New Hampshire-- he told Justin, "I believe the role of the first four states, taken together, is very healthy for this process." pic.twitter.com/TWK1XuZ7eU— DJ Judd (@DJJudd) November 11, 2019