Florida Sen. Marco Rubio is returning to New Hampshire for several town hall style events.
Rubio, one of roughly a dozen Republicans seeking the presidency, will speak Thursday in Exeter at a town hall focused on military and veteran's issues. He then travels to the southern part of the state for a traditional town hall in Salem.
Rubio's day in the state will end at an Americans for Prosperity event focused on ending the Export-Import Bank, a federal agency that provides loans for U.S. exporters. The bank's authorization ends June 30 and it has become a divisive issue among Republicans.
Rubio supports ending the bank. Republican Sen. Kelly Ayotte of New Hampshire, in contrast, has been traveling the state highlighting its importance to New Hampshire businesses.