For someone who is still not officially a presidential candidate, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie sure looks like a presidential candidate.
As he worked his way through New Hampshire Thursday and Friday, Christie was covering the bases in more ways than one.
Christie was talking substance abuse at Webster Place, a recovery facility in Franklin, where attendees shared stories of addiction and looked to the governor for what worked in New Jersey.
The Republican is one of a shrinking pool of possible presidential candidates who is yet to announce.
"If I'd decided, I'd say that I have. But I have a lot of things to occupy my mind right now," said Christie.
Christie's visit comes on the heels of one to South Carolina earlier in the week. Wednesday, he was named MVP in a celebrity softball game, in which former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani and Buffalo Bills head coach Rex Ryan played, at Yankee Stadium.