Visits to Key Early States in the Pre-Campaign Period


updated only through Nov. 4, 2014
Iowa: 3 visits, 7 days
>Sen. Bernie Sanders visited Iowa on October 4-5, 2014On the evening of October 4 he was the keynote speaker at a town meeting on the economy sponsored by Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement Action Fund at the Adler Health Education Center in Davenport.  On October 5 he along with Sen. Debbie Stabenow spoke at the Johnson County Democrats' Annual Fall BBQ at the Johnson County Fairgrounds in Iowa City; and he spoke at a Popcorn and Politics meeting of the Iowa Citizen Action Network at the North Ridge Pavilion in Coralville.

>Sen. Bernie Sanders visited Iowa on September 13-14, 2014 for three town hall meetings sponsored by Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement Action Fund.  On the evening of September 13 he held a town hall at Clarke University in Dubuque.  On September 14 after a morning appearance on NBC News' "Meet the Press," he held a town hall at the Center for the Arts in Waterloo; and a town hall at Grace United Methodist Church in Des Moines.

>Sen. Bernie Sanders visited Iowa on May 17-19, 2014.  The publicized event was the keynote address to Clinton County Democrats at their Hall of Fame Dinner at the Millenium Ballroom in Goose Lake on the evening of May 17.  As reported by DMR's Jason Noble via Sen. Sanders' office on May 18 he met with activists at a private home in Iowa City in an event sponsored by the Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement Action Fund.  On May 19 in Des Moines he met with AFL-CIO labor leaders; talked with students at Hoover High School; and toured a Primary Health Care Inc. clinic.

New Hampshire:
7 visits, 7 days
>Sen. Bernie Sanders visited NH on October 23, 2014; he spoke at a GOTV rally at the Top of the Hop at Dartmouth College in Hanover; and held a town meeting in Hyde Academic Building at Plymouth State University in Plymouth.

>Sen. Bernie Sanders visited Keene, NH on October 21, 2014.  He spoke at a GOTV rally at the LP Young Student Center at Keene State College; and held a free dinner and town meeting in Alumni Center-Centennial Hall.

(Sen. Bernie Sanders and Department of Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert A. McDonald appeared at at recruiting presentation at Dartmouth-Hichcock Medical Center in Lebanon, NH on the afternoon of October 13, 2014. ...non-political, not included in tally)

>Sen. Bernie Sanders held a student town meeting hosted by the UNH Peace and Justice League in the Memorial Union Building at UNH in Durham, NH on October 10, 2014.  WMUR's James Pindell reported "he will also have a number of private meetings with Democratic and labor activists."

>Speaking on "the Fight for Economic Justice," Sen. Bernie Sanders headlined Strafford County Democrats' Annual Strafford County Celebration at the Martel-Roberge American Legion Hall in Rollinsford, NH on September 27, 2014.

>Sen. Bernie Sanders spoke at the New Hampshire AFL-CIO 2014 Labor Day Breakfast at St. George Greek Orthodox Cathedral in Manchester, NH on the morning of September 1, 2014.

>Sen. Bernie Sanders visited NH on June 28, 2014.  He held a discussion on "Rebuilding our Economy and Restoring our Democracy at MainStreet BookEnds in Warner; and was the keynote speaker discussing "The Fight to Save the Middle Class" at the Hillsborough County Democratic Committee's Grassroots dinner at the Hampshire Hills Function Center in Milford.

>Sen. Bernie Sanders spoke on "What We Can Do to Save the Middle Class" at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics; afterwards he met with a group of 18-20 NH AFL-CIO leaders and activists, also at NHIOP, in ManchesterNH on April 12, 2014

South Carolina: 3 visits, 4 days

>Sen. Bernie Sanders held a town hall meeting at The Lourie Center in ColumbiaSC on the evening of August 28, 2014.

>Sen. Bernie Sanders visited Charleston, SC on April 25, 2014.  He spoke at the College of Charleston's Wachovia Auditorium hosted by the Gender and Sexuality Equity Center and #FightForCofC; and campaigned for 7th CD congressional candidate Gloria Bromell Tinubu at a rally at the meeting hall of International Longshoremen's Association Local 1422; and at a fundraising reception at the home of chef and author Nathalie Dupree.

>Sen. Bernie Sanders visited SC on October 18-19, 2013.  On the evening of October 18 he spoke at a "Fight for Economic Justice" town hall meeting sponsored by South Forward at the Eau Claire Print Building in Columbia.  On October 19 he spoke at the S.C. Progressive Network fall retreat at Penn Center on St. Helena Island.

  this page last revised November 11, 2014