CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — Hillary Rodham Clinton is heading to New Hampshire for the second time during her presidential campaign, with a focus on small businesses and the economy.
Clinton’s trip starts with a visit to Smuttynose Brewing Company in Hampton to talk with small business owners about taxes, regulation and access to capital. Clinton will then attend an organizing party with supporters in Exeter and hold private meetings throughout her trip.
Clinton’s schedule of small-scale events mirrors her last trip to New Hampshire, when she visited a furniture factory and attended several house parties.
Unlike many of her Republican opponents, Clinton’s campaign trips so far have not included large rallies or town hall style meetings. Her campaign says the audience Friday will include both supporters of the campaign and people who are undecided.
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