Calling In: The Momentum in New Hampshire

Blog for America: “Mark just called from the Palace Theater in downtown Manchester, where Governor Dean is holding a town hall meeting with New Hampshire voters. Mark was hoping to blog the event but the building is so crowded that he can’s get inside the theater. He tells us that out front there are more than 50 people cheering with signs and traffic is backed up on Hanover Street for nearly two blocks. They’re having to turn people away at the doors because of the fire code.
He tells me he’s made it into the foyer. There are 255 press people signed up to cover the event but some of them can’t even get in, and Mark tells me there’s a minor insurrection brewing among the press. Mark is surrounded by about 30 cameramen who are trying to rush the door into the theater. An elderly usher is trying to hold back the tide.
On his tip toes now, Mark can see into the theater. He tells us it’s completely packed. He’ll call back with an update later….”


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