Ten 2016 presidential contenders will be campaigning in New Hampshire over Labor Day weekend, the traditional cut-off point when Granite Staters really start paying close attention to the upcoming election.
The visits include barbecues, county fairs, Labor Day breakfasts and other traditional holiday weekend-related events.
It all starts Friday with appearances by GOP hopefuls Chris Christie and Lindsey Graham and Democrat Martin O'Malley. Graham also has stops planned on Saturday, Sunday and Monday.
On Saturday, Hillary Clinton is scheduled to hold two events, including one in Portsmouth where she will officially be endorsed by U.S. Sen. Jeanne Shaheen. Carly Fiorina also arrives in state Saturday for the first leg of a 3-day swing.
On Sunday, Republican Scott Walker begins a 2-day motorcycle tour of the state, which will take him to all 10 counties.
Monday will be busy as well. In addition to Walker, Fiorina and Graham, Democrats Bernie Sanders and Lincoln Chafee will be in state, along with Republicans John Kasich and Marco Rubio.