Gov. Richardson with restaurant owner, Clark Standish.
MANCHESTER, New Hampshire (CNN)– What better place to hold a "Meet and Greet" than on Manchester's Elm Street?
Gov. Bill Richardson swung through the J.W. Hill restaurant for a quick rendezvous with campaign supporters and prospective voters.
Among those eager to see the Governor, Cuban born turned Manchester native, Anna Lopez who brought her husband and daughter.
"I like to support him because he's Latino and I think he knows the Latinos plight because he used to be an immigrant. I share his views on immigration," Lopez said.
Richardson also met and thanked restaurant owner, Clark Standish, who was clad in Red Sox paraphernalia. Standish is still deciding which candidate to support.
The presidential hopeful will make five stops in the Granite state on Sunday: Pelham, Bedford, Hollis, Rindge and Keene.
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– CNN New Hampshire Producer Sareena Dalla