Declared and potential 2020 presidential candidates arrived in New Hampshire Tuesday to speak with supporters.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan was the keynote speaker at Politics & Eggs on Tuesday. He is the latest politician with presidential aspirations to speak at the New Hampshire Institute of Politics' series.
If he were to decide to run for office, he would join former Massachusetts Gov. Bill Weld in challenging Donald Trump for the Republican Presidential nomination.
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Sen. Kamala Harris will attend public town halls held at Keene State College and Dartmouth College. Meanwhile, Sen. Bernie Sanders will be joining supporters at a breakfast held in Portsmouth before he heads to Cambridge, Massachusetts for another meeting with supporters.
Massachusetts Congressman Seth Moulton, who announced his presidential bid Monday, will be speaking at 'Politics & Eggs' on Wednesday.
Many of the politicians who campaigned in New Hampshire on Tuesday were part of the nationally broadcasted town halls held at St. Anselm College on Monday night.