Just two weeks after conservative gubernatorial candidate Ovide Lamontagne appeared at a rally for Congressman Charlie Bass in Windham, he will be heading back to town.
Lamontagne will visit town on May 2 at 7 p.m. to attend a meet and greet. The event will take place at the home of Ken Eyring, who serves at the co-coordinator of the Southern N.H. 9-12 Project.
According to a release from Eyring, the event is open to the public, and will provide the opportunity for anyone interested to meet and speak with Lamontagne.
The address for the event is 3 Locksley Road.
Eyring issued a statement regarding the general election in November:
Currently, there is handful of democratic and republican candidates who are running for Governor, but only the primary winners for their respective party will be listed on the ballot for the general election in November. In order to have the best candidates to choose from in the general election... it is imperative that we all do some homework and find those candidates that best match our goals and values.
He described the event as informal, where it is not necessary to know the host ahead of time. Drinks and snacks will be provided, and no RSVP is required.
But those who do want to come are asked to RSVP anyway by contacting Eyring at Ken.Eyring@intrinetsystems.com or by phone at 603-434-4836. That way there will be a better idea of how many people to plan for.