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Chris Christie Stumps In N.H. For Havenstein, Brown

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New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, a potential Republican presidential candidate, is making his third trip to New Hampshire to campaign with the Republicans topping the party's ticket this November.

Christie will campaign Wednesday with gubernatorial nominee Walt Havenstein in Nashua then join U.S. Senate candidate Scott Brown for a rally in Salem.

Christie leads the Republican Governors Association and traveled to New Hampshire twice this summer to campaign with Havenstein, who faces incumbent Democratic Gov. Maggie Hassan. Christie says he will be here "often" to campaign for Havenstein. Brown faces incumbent U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen.

Christie says he's focused on electing Republican governors in 2014 and will make a decision about running for president after November.

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