Since leaving office in January, Perry has been ramping up his political operation and traveling to early voting states.
After speaking at a Politics and Eggs event at Saint Anslem College in Manchester, Perry will be in Bedford, Concord and Gorham on Thursday, followed by stops in Lancaster, Littleton, Meredith and Belmont on Friday.
Perry dropped out of the 2012 presidential race soon after finishing sixth in New Hampshire’s Republican primary.
He has yet to declare his plans for 2016, but a handful of his former aides and allies launched a super PAC last week that can raise and spend unlimited amounts of money on his behalf.
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