Vivek Ramaswamy Visits Red Arrow Diner Londonderry

Vivek Ramaswamy in New Hampshire at The Red Arrow Diner in Londonderry NH. 2024 presidential candidate political visit at Red Arrow Diner.

Vivek Ramaswamy, a 2024 presidential candidate, recently visited Red Arrow Diner in Londonderry as part of his campaign in New Hampshire. This marked his second visit to Red Arrow Diner this year, having previously visited Red Arrow Diner in Manchester. During Vivek Ramaswamy’s visit to Red Arrow Diner Manchester in February, he became Red Arrow Diner’s first presidential candidate visit of 2023.

During the recent visit to Londonderry, Vivek Ramaswamy engaged with almost everyone in the diner. He took pictures with customers and Red Arrow Diner staff, shook hands with everyone, then left for another event at Saint Anselm College. Although Vivek Ramaswamy did not eat anything at Red Arrow Diner during this visit, he ordered onion rings, a veggie quesadilla, and a veggie burger with cheddar jack, jalapeños, sautéed onions, mushrooms and 1000 island dressing during his last visit to Red Arrow Diner in Manchester, NH.

Red Arrow Diner stands as an iconic must-stop on the political trail in New Hampshire, holding a cherished role in the state’s First in the Nation primary. Politicians, including presidential candidates, find themselves drawn to our welcoming atmosphere and historic charm. Red Arrow takes pride in being a symbol of political engagement, warmly welcoming everyone who steps through our doors.

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The Red Arrow Diner does not endorse any candidate. Our goal is to provide a front row seat to politics so that our customers can meet, ask questions, and decide who deserves their vote. We believe in the American Presidential candidate election process, including the freedom for all types of people to announce their candidacy, and we are honored to play a very small part every four years. The responsibility to decide who is worthy belongs to the voters.