MANCHESTER, N.H. — Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich continues his tasting tour of New Hampshire as he tests the waters for a possible presidential campaign.
Last week, Gingrich stopped by a chowder shop in Portsmouth. On Monday, a sugar shack in Temple is on his itinerary, as well as meetings with students at Saint Anselm College and with the Cheshire County GOP in Keene.
This in Gingrich’s third trip to New Hampshire in as many weeks. He has said he expects to open a campaign office soon in Georgia and that if he decides to run for president, he likely will announce it next month.