MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) — Hillary Clinton is returning to New Hampshire campaign stop with just about two weeks to go until Election Day.
The Democratic presidential nominee will campaign in Manchester on Monday alongside Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren. This is Clinton’s third trip to New Hampshire since July. Clinton campaigned alongside former rival Bernie Sanders in both of her previous trips, reflecting her attempts to reach out to the supporters who propelled Sanders to a win in the February primary.
Clinton and Warren are hosting a 12:30 p.m. rally at Saint Anselm College.
Republican Donald Trump has appeared more frequently in New Hampshire, campaigning here nearly once a week.
New Hampshire provides four Electoral College votes.
The election is Nov. 8.
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