With introduction by Kevin Costner.
Over one thousand New Hampshirites attended @PeteButtigieg’s final rally in Exeter.— Christopher J. Hale (@chrisjollyhale) February 11, 2020
He had a message for the crowd:
“If you’re tired of anger, tired of division, tired of the old way of doing things, and tired of my way or the highway politics, I want to be your president.” pic.twitter.com/iLYXOe3uHo
Big turnout in Milford for Pete Buttigieg. It’s a town that voted for Barack Obama twice before flipping to Donald Trump. Pete Buttigieg has campaigned here three times — and earned the endorsement of all three of the town’s Democratic State Reps. #NHPolitics pic.twitter.com/vKl7Rfce8x— Kevin Donohoe (@kevinsidonohoe) February 11, 2020
FULL VIDEO OF PLYMOUTH TOWN HALL
“The Sun Will Come Out” woman in Plymouth town hall
A woman in NH tells Buttigieg, “I interviewed many hopefuls, & I have to tell you I have never, ever been as energized as I have by Mayor Pete. I want to thank Mayor Pete for bringing grace & dignity back to this country," before launching into "The Sun Will Come Out Tomorrow." pic.twitter.com/PEtsGJ2x1V— DJ Judd (@DJJudd) February 10, 2020
Stonyfield Yogurt's Gary Hirshberg is introducing Pete Buttigieg at a Plymouth event and asserts that Buttigieg has more experience (executive, I guess?) than Barack Obama did in 2008.— Henry J. Gomez (@HenryJGomez) February 10, 2020
Buttigieg is introduced in Plymouth, NH by Gary Hirshbery, Stonyfield Farm CEO. He closes his remarks by saying he likes Bernie, but that his “billionaire and millionaire” talk excludes Ben and Jerry, who support him. He says that talk should stop. The crowd applauds.— Emma Vigeland (@EmmaVigeland) February 10, 2020
Buttigieg campaign in the same Plymouth State venue Yang was at earlier this week.— Jake Lahut (@JakeLahut) February 10, 2020
They've flipped it sideways to accommodate for more standing room and the numerous nat'l and international press here.
Chris Wallace & Chuck Todd also in attendance #FITN pic.twitter.com/cYA2oQSlVz
With less than 24 hours until New Hampshire voters hit the polls, Pete Buttigieg’s first stop of the day is a meet-and-greet at Plymouth State University. This is a precinct that Sen. Bernie Sanders won with 79% of the vote in 2016. https://t.co/StKMxRGqaW— Priscilla Thompson (@PriscillaWT) February 10, 2020