Dover, N.H. — Gov. Tim Pawlenty spent part of his weekend politicking in New Hampshire, again raising speculation that he’s going to run for president.
This latest trip to New Hampshire was Pawlenty’s third as a possible — if not likely — presidential candidate.
Pawlenty attended two GOP events, beginning with a Republican county picnic in Dover, 10 miles from the Atlantic coast in the northeastern part of the state.
Pawlenty was introduced as a visitor New Hampshire had been seeing a lot of — and would be seeing more of.
Last December, Pawlenty spoke to Republicans in Concord. In late March, he addressed the Manchester Republican Committee.