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President Obama to travel to Nashua next week
A White House official has confirmed that one week after Vice President Joseph Biden came to New Hampshire, President Barack Obama will be in Nashua to talk about the economy.
Biden was in the state for the third time in three months Thursday. He appeared at New Hampshire Institute of Art in downtown Manchester to rally the troops and raise money for Obama’s re-election effort.
Obama will travel to Nashua on Thursday, his second trip to the state in just over three months. His is expected to deliver remarks on the economy. Obama visited Central High School in November where he railed against opposition to his American Jobs Act in Congress and talked of his plan to extend the payroll tax cut.
No other details of the trip were released Friday.
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