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Saturday, November 03, 2007

Sestak campaigns for Clinton in New Hampshire

Clinton Supporters Campaign for Clinton in N.H. This Weekend

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
November 1, 2007

Contact: NH for Hillary Press Office, 603-782-4647

Kathleen Strand, 603-782-4635
nhpress@hillaryclinton.com

MANCHESTER, NH – The New Hampshire for Hillary campaign today announced that former Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator, Carol Browner, and Pennsylvania Congressman and Afghanistan veteran Joe Sestak, will travel to the Granite State this weekend to discuss Hillary's plans to make real change happen.

On Saturday, November 3, Browner will speak at the “Step it Up” Rally at the Concord State House. On Sunday, November 4, Congressman Sestak will kick-off a canvass and meet with veterans in Nashua before heading to Henniker to attend a town hall meeting at New England College. Sestak will conclude the day with a house party in Peterborough.

Carol Browner served as the Administrator of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, a Cabinet-level position, from 1993 to 2001. She was the longest-serving Administrator in the Agency’s history. In that position, Ms. Browner developed partnerships with business leaders, community advocates, and all levels of government. She is widely known for championing common-sense, cost-effective solutions to the world’s most pressing environmental and public health challenges.

Joe Sestak is serving his first-term as the Representative from Pennsylvania's 7th Congressional District, which includes most of Delaware County and parts of Chester and Montgomery Counties. Congressman Sestak spent 31 years serving our nation in the U.S. Navy, rising to the rank of three-star Admiral. Sestak served as the Director for Defense Policy on the National Security Council during the Clinton Administration. After 9/11, he was selected to serve as the first Director of "Deep Blue," the Navy's anti-terrorism unit where he worked to establish new strategies for the Navy to fight the Global War on Terror.


Which ocean was it Afghanistan borders again? Good grief. Well, he does owe the Clintons a favor or two. Not sure he can help her here, though: