Florida U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio says New Hampshire voters can expect many opportunities to engage with him directly in town hall-style events if he runs for president.
Rubio will hold a public question-and-answer session in Hollis on Monday during his first visit to New Hampshire since the midterm election. He'll also sign copies of his book, "American Dreams," in Manchester on Monday and deliver the keynote address at "Politics & Eggs" on Tuesday.
Rubio hasn't decided on a presidential bid but recently hired veteran New Hampshire strategist Jim Merrill as an adviser to his political action committee. Rubio, serving his first term in the Senate, says he won't seek re-election to the Senate in 2016 if he decides to run for president.
Rubio campaigned with several Republicans here in 2014.