Last week was a quiet one for presidential politics in New Hampshire, as most of the 2020 contenders focused their efforts on Iowa. But this week is a totally different story.
President Donald Trump is scheduled to hold a rally in Manchester on Thursday, which has spawned a week-long series of protests by local Democrats. Democratic presidential candidate Cory Booker's state director even called for Trump to cancel his visit.
In addition to Trump's scheduled stop, 8 Democratic presidential hopefuls will be in New Hampshire this week.
Seth Moulton spoke to the Salem Chamber of Commerce on Monday, and Bernie Sanders has four stops scheduled on Monday and Tuesday. Elizabeth Warren has two stops in the Granite State on Wednesday, and Steve Bullock, John Delaney, Andrew Yang and Booker all have scheduled stops as well. Julian Castro is scheduled to visit the state on Saturday and Sunday, but details on his stops have not been released.