Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren appeared in New Hampshire Saturday to campaign for former Vice President Joe Biden in the final weekend before Election Day.
Warren traveled to Keene and Lebanon for a 'Vote Now Literature Drop," meeting with students and campaign volunteers, according to the Biden-Harris Campaign.
Her New Hampshire appearance comes amid reports of a potential cabinet position if Biden is elected. Warren told NBC 10 Boston that her primary focus is Election Day.
"All my energy is on November 3," Warren said. "We've got to win. That's our number one job. Not jumping ahead. Our job is to win on November 3."
Both presidential campaigns have been focusing on the Granite State.
Donald Trump Jr. was in Manchester Thursday hoping to close the gap in the polls. Trump Jr.'s visit paralleled Rep. Ayanna Pressley, D-Mass., who was in Dover encouraging residents to vote for Biden.