Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders is back in New Hampshire for the eleventh time this year.
That is after the Democratic presidential candidate officially kicked off his campaign Tuesday in Burlington, Vt. with free ice cream and live music.
Sanders is scheduled to host a town hall meeting Wednesday afternoon in Concord followed by visits in Epping and Portsmouth.
The registered Independent says his top priorities are reining in Wall Street banks, reducing college debt and increasing the minimum wage.
Recently Kurt Ehrenberg, the former state director of the Run Warren Run movement, which is geared at getting Sen. Elizabeth Warren to run for the White House, joined Sanders campaign.