One recent day, Bosse had a typically busy schedule: A 9 a.m. website post on his newest proposal to cut federal spending, a workout at the gym, followed by door-to-door campaigning from 10 a.m. to noon. During a lunch break, Bosse typed e-mails and a blog post and chatted with a journalist. Then, more door-to-door campaigning and a radio interview done while sitting in a car in the Boys and Girls Club parking lot before taking a tour there. A short break before driving to Manchester to throw the first pitch at a New Hampshire Fisher Cats game.
That day, Bosse knocked on 65 doors, greeting voters with a smile and a flier, asking them to call him with questions. Occasionally, he chatted about health care or energy.
Monday, August 18, 2008
From the Concord Monitor
Shira Schoenberg profiles Grant's superior grassroots campaign in this morning's Concord Monitor:
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