Democrat Beto O'Rourke is wrapping up his first visit to New Hampshire since joining the race for President.
After stopping by a packed Taqueria in Manchester, O'Rourke told reporters he's tried to learn from New Hampshire voters during his three days here.
"I'm trying to do my best and I know that the people of New Hampshire are doing their best," he said. "They take this responsibility as the first primary state very seriously. And so many have said I expect to see you back, I have more questions for you. I'll look forward to answering them."
Among the questions voters asked O'Rourke in Manchester: What qualifies you to be leader of the free world?
O'Rourke said the country has a golden opportunity to reassert its leadership in the world.
He cited the Obama administration's deal with Iran on nuclear weapons as a potential model for non-violent resolution of crises abroad.