It's a busy day for presidential politics in New Hampshire.
Four Republicans seeking the presidential nomination and Democrat Hillary Rodham Clinton are in the state Thursday to campaign from Windham to Franklin to Stratham.
On the GOP side, Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker is returning for the first time as an official candidate with stops planned in Amherst and North Hampton.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie will host town halls Thursday and Friday, while businessman Donald Trump hosts a rally in Laconia. South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham will be touring a business in Hooksett and visiting the Stratham Fair.
On the Democratic side, Clinton is hosting her first town hall event in Dover then will join a grassroots organizing event in Windham.
She praised President Barack Obama, saying he "doesn't get enough credit" for digging America out of its economic hole.
In Dover, she focused her speech on her economic policies, and then took questions from the audience on subjects ranging from healthcare to anti-discrimination laws.