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From a CSPAN press release:

C-SPAN’S “Road to the White House 2008″

Sunday, February 19, 2006 / 6:30 & 9:30p ET/PT

Gov. George Pataki (R-NY) in New Hampshire & Iowa

This Sunday night, “Road to the White House” will show remarks by Gov. George Pataki (R-NY) at events in New Hampshire & Iowa, including . . .

. . . Gov. Pataki at a Politics & Eggs breakfast this Friday (Feb. 17) in Bedford, New Hampshire. The event is hosted by the New Hampshire Political Library and the New England Council. New Hampshire is expected to host the nation’s first presidential primary in 2008.

. . . Gov. Pataki at a state Republican party fundraiser from earlier this month (Feb. 2) in Sioux City, Iowa. The event was part of a three-day trip to the state Feb. 2-4, and was Gov. Pataki’s fifth visit to the state since July 2005. Iowa is expected to host the nation’s first presidential caucus in 2008.

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