U.S. Sen. Rand Paul, a likely Republican presidential candidate, is returning to New Hampshire with a full day of events including meetings with lawmakers, activists and business leaders.
Paul's visit will begin Wednesday with a breakfast in Manchester with state legislators. He'll then meet privately with Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas, attend a pro-Second Amendment rally, speak at a forum on Common Core, tour a charter school and end the day meeting with business leaders and activists.
Paul made several trips to New Hampshire prior to the November election. This is his first trip to the state this year. He hasn't made a formal decision on whether to seek the presidency but was one of the first candidates to hire staff in New Hampshire, bringing on veteran operative Michael Biundo.