Two Republican presidential hopefuls are headed back to New Hampshire this week.
One of them, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, hasn’t formally announced his presidential plans. Speaking on CBS’s Face the Nation Sunday, Christie said he hoped to make up his mind in June, but said he was in no hurry. "We're still eight months away from anybody voting," Christie told host John Dickerson. "So let's everybody take a deep breath. We'll all be fine."
That said, Christie’s schedule reads like that of a candidate: a town hall meeting today in Goffstown, a house party tonight in Bedford and a Politics and Eggs speech Tuesday at Saint Anselm College.
Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina is also kicking off a three day trip to New Hampshire, starting with a house party Monday night in Londonderry. Tuesday she meets with a number of county and local Republican committees, and Wednesday she’ll visit Milford and Salem.
NHPR's 2016 Candidate Calendar has all the latest information on presidential hopefuls visiting New Hampshire.