Hillary Rodham Clinton is set to make her first trip to New Hampshire as a presidential candidate next week.
Officials from the Clinton campaign say she will participate in small events Monday and Tuesday, including roundtables with students, educators and small businesses. She will also speak at private meetings with elected officials and activists around New Hampshire. The campaign did not provide event specifics.
Clinton announced her second White House bid Sunday, kicking it off with a trip to Iowa featuring similar small-scale events.
Clinton won the New Hampshire primary in 2008 after placing third in the Iowa caucuses. She last visited New Hampshire, home of the first presidential primary, in November to campaign with Democratic Sen. Jeanne Shaheen and New Hampshire Gov. Maggie Hassan.