Jun 17, 2011

Contact: Rina Shah



Weekend Update

What a week!  Fred was back in New Hampshire for six days on trip #15.  His schedule was packed.  He did lots of campaigning, press, meetings and continued house hunting in the Manchester area.

While he was excluded from Monday’s Debate at St. Anselm College, he was treated like a full-fledged Presidential candidate everywhere else.   Here are some highlights:

Tuesday, he was a guest on The Rachel Maddow Show on MSNBC live via satellite from the New Hampshire Institute of Politics at St. Anselm College (home to Monday’s Debate).  He was interviewed about his request for investigations into Mitt Romney’s possible voting and tax irregularities in Massachusetts, which he announced at a press conference on Monday.

While Romney claims that he and his wife were living in their son’s basement for 15 months, there is plenty of evidence to the contrary.  Click on the image below for the 5 minute interview, or to see the entire longer story, Click Here:


What we are terming “BasementGate” was featured on The Rachel Maddow Show both Monday and Wednesday night as well.  To read Fred’s complaint:  CLICK HERE


Fred Takes on Big Oil to Help Bring Down Gas Prices

Also at Monday’s press conference, Fred released his newest commercial, “Tyrannosaurus Rex.”  Since Fred was not invited into Monday’s debate, he crashed it by running his new commercial during and around it on CNN and New Hampshire’s WMUR TV in the key early voting states of Iowa and New Hampshire.

This hard-hitting commercial, produced by filmmaker John Keitel, is the kickoff of Fred’s new effort to bring down gas prices, which are “hurting families and destroying the American economy.”  The 30 second commercial ran in Des Moines and throughout New Hampshire Monday night.  A slightly longer version of it is up on YouTube.

Watch Fred take on Big Oil and the CEO of the world’s largest oil company, Rex Tillerson, or as we like to call him, Tyrannosaurus Rex (Click on image below).



Laguna Beach Fundraiser Tomorrow Night

There are still tickets available for Fred’s first Orange County fundraiser on Saturday, June 18th from 6:00 to 8:00 pm at his home.  Come meet actor Rib Hillis and support all the great things that Fred and his team are doing. To purchase tickets:   CLICK HERE

Laguna Beach Fundraiser

Fred Karger for President


With Special Celebrity Guest Rib Hillis

Saturday, June 18, 2011

6:00 to 8:00 pm

Tickets $100 or 2 for $150

Silver Sponsor $250 and Gold Sponsor $500

Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres                 Shane Miller:  310-849-3434



Go online to purchase tickets of just to make a contribution to help Fred wage his campaign: CLICK HERE



Saturday Precinct Walk and Frisbee Giveaway

Last Saturday Fred and his team dodged raindrops and did some walking in Manchester with a hearty group of volunteers and the incredible Kirk the Bagpiper.  He gave away lots of Frisbees and materials and heard from the voters.  He and his team will be walking all over New Hampshire this summer and fall.  Fred hopes that you will join him on these fun and important voter outreach walks.  This is retail politics at its finest.


Fred and friends at the Mall campaigning and giving away Fred Frisbees


An under cover break from the rain

If you would like to volunteer to help Fred in New Hampshire, please contact Kevin Miniter, State Coordinator:  Kevin@FredKarger.com

Conversation with the Candidate on Tonight

Fred will appear on “Conversation with the Candidate” at 7:30 pm (EDT) tonight on New Hampshire’s WMUR TV.  WMUR TV and the New Hampshire Institute of Politics host this hour long interview show for all Presidential candidates.  Fred was interviewed by James Pindell, Political Director of WMUR.com, and in Town Hall style, fielded many questions from the studio audience.

The full hour show will be up on the WMUR TV website soon:  CLICK HERE

Special thanks go out to AARP for sponsoring “Conversation with the Candidate.”  AARP leadership, members and staff were out in full force at Wednesday’s taping.  “I want to thank AARP for their sponsorship of the show,” said Karger at an AARP reception immediately after the taping.  “As an 11 year member of AARP, I am so impressed with all it does in New Hampshire and around the country.”

Fred on Program with Pawlenty and Cain

Last Sunday, Fred was a featured speaker along with fellow GOP Presidential candidates former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty and businessman Herman Cain at the Hillsborough County Republican Flag Day Picnic.  There were 150 guests and at least 30 national and New Hampshire reporters at the Barbara Harris Campgrounds in Greenfield, NH.

Herman Cain meets the Press



T-Paw and Fred.  Gov. Tim Pawlenty spoke right after Fred

Fred talked about his platform of education reform, jobs first and his longtime work with Ronald Reagan.

Fred was on Laura Knoy’s “The Exchange” on NHPR



New Hampshire Public Radio Does Such a Great Job of Covering the Presidential Campaign

Last Friday, Fred was a guest for a full hour with NHPR’s Laura Knoy.  Topics included foreign policy, jobs and the economy, President Obama and politics along with some calls from listeners.


Fred on Coffee with George



It was an early morning for Fred and TV and radio talk show host George Russell Tuesday on WSMN 1590 television and radio in Nashua, New Hampshire.

First 2012 Campaign Signs in New Hampshire!



The First Signs of 2012.  Get Ready 2012!

Thanks to great friend and supporter Gary DeVost, the Karger for President campaign scored yet another first.  These waterproof large signs are at the busy corner of Bay and Salmon in Manchester, NH.  They look great.  Thank you Gary!





Chris Morrow of CNN.com has had Fred conducting iReports for her for the past 18 months.  Check out the three he did from New Hampshire on the debates and the most recent Prop 8 decision:   CLICK HERE, CLICK HERE or CLICK HERE.


Fred Interviewed by Brad Friedman of BradBlog

Last night he was interviewed for an hour by Brad on the Mike Malloy Show:  CLICK HERE

Portsmouth Market Square Day

Last Saturday, Fred and Southern New Hampshire Coordinator, Lee Hunter met many of the 25,000 attendees to this annual event on the Seacoast.  They gave away lots of Fred Frisbees.


Lee Hunter and friends spreading good cheer


Kids love Fred frisbees

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