PLYMOUTH, N.H. — Our Coffee with Candidates series continues with a conversation with Hawaii Congresswoman Rep. Tulsi Gabbard (D). The Democratic congresswoman is a long way from home in New Hampshire, but she’s essentially living in the Granite State, having rented a house in the weeks leading up to the primary.
Congresswoman Gabbard sat down with Boston 25 News anchor Kerry Kavanaugh in Plymouth, New Hampshire at Annie’s overflow restaurant.
She says she’s spent more than one hundred days in New Hampshire over the last year, hosting town halls all over the state. Gabbard told Kavanaugh voters say she’s visiting towns that most candidates skip or haven’t visited in many election cycles.
Gabbard is running a grassroots campaign. She’s travelling with her husband, family members and friends. She’s served in city, state and national politics and also has a long military career.
Her campaign has not been without controversy but Gabbard continues to chart her own course and believes undecided voters could make the New Hampshire primary anybody’s race.
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