Hillary Clinton will make her second trip to New Hampshire next week.
The campaign confirmed Thursday that she will travel to the Granite State on Friday, May 22. The events will be similar to the ones she has done on her previous trips as part of the "ramp up" period of the campaign - smaller events that give people one-on-one time with her to ask questions and share ideas.
Clinton was last in New Hampshire last month, when she made six stops over two days, including a small business roundtable and a meeting with students at New Hampshire Technical Institute in Concord.
On May 22, Clinton will hold a discussion with members of the local small business community at Smuttynose Brewery in Hampton and attend a grassroots organizing event for her campaign in Exeter.
Republicans have already criticized the trip.
"Instead of interacting with everyday non-prescreened voters as well as the media like Republicans have done, Hillary Clinton continues to dodge the growing number of questions surrounding shady foreign donations and her secret email server," RNC spokesperson Raffi Williams said.