Governor John Lynch made a visit to Dover on Tuesday afternoon as he travels the state to see the damage left in the wake of Sandy, and to see how the restoration effort was progressing. The governor got a first-hand look at damage in several areas including on French Cross Road and on Oak Street. Lynch said his top restoration priorities are getting roads back open, schools reopened, and the restoration of power to homes and businesses. Earlier in the day, Lynch along with several heads of state agencies held a press conference to reach out to citizens with restoration plans, words of encouragement, and words of advice.Yesterday afternoon, President Obama granted the Governors request for an emergency declaration for New Hampshire, which will ensure federal resources are available to support public safety efforts, protect property, and avert further damage caused by the hurricane. As of this morning, PSNH is reporting that they have their outage number down to just over 65,000 state wide still without power, Unitil has their number down to just over 2,700 for their seacoast customers, while Central Maine Power is reporting that just under 8,000 customers in York County are still in the dark. There has been one death in New Hampshire as the result of Sandy. Lincoln Police say an unidentified construction worker was killed in that down when an embankment at a home he was working on gave way. Smith says other men on that job site pulled the man out and started CPR but he was declared dead in the ambulance on the way to the hospital. Now in other news, UNH will reopen for classes today and the Wildcat Transit will be in service. Amtrak will begin limited service between Portland and Boston today, and only one school cancellation today and that is for Massway Elementary School in Lee.