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Thu August 16, 2012
President Visits N.H. Saturday; Romney and Ryan Campaign Monday
President Barack Obama will stop in Windham and Rochester when he visits New Hampshire this weekend.
Obama is scheduled to speak at Windham High School on Saturday morning, then at the Rochester Commons in the afternoon.
It will be his third trip to the state this year.
Two days after Obama visits New Hampshire, likely Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney and running mate Paul Ryan are campaigning in the state. Romney and Ryan are expected to appear Monday in the Manchester area.
Vice President Joe Biden and first lady Michelle Obama have also been frequent visitors, underscoring the state's status as a battleground in the upcoming election.