New Jersey's Gov. Chris Christie is returning to New Hampshire for a fifth time this year to campaign with Republican gubernatorial candidate Walt Havenstein.
Christie and Havenstein will greet voters at MacKenna's Restaurant in New London on Monday afternoon. Havenstein faces Democratic Gov. Maggie Hassan in Tuesday's election.
The Republican Governors Association, which Christie chairs, has spent about $3 million in television advertising on the race. Christie is one of several prominent Republicans who have come to support Havenstein. Others include Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal and U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio.
Hassan, meanwhile, is getting a boost from former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton on Sunday. She's centered her campaign on bipartisan accomplishments during her first term, while Havenstein is focusing on his business record and creating jobs.