Oct 20, 2016 3:45 PM

Trump, Clinton differ in number of visits to New Hampshire

The Associated Press

CONCORD (AP) — The spotlight New Hampshire enjoyed during its presidential primary hasn't dimmed heading into the general election, despite the state's paltry four Electoral College votes. But the candidates differ significantly in how much they're sharing it.

Republican nominee Donald Trump has made seven trips to New Hampshire since June. Democrat Hillary Clinton's scheduled Monday visit will be her third during the same time frame, and in each case she shared or planned to share the stage with either Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders or Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren.

But Clinton's hardly ignoring New Hampshire — she's sent high profile surrogates from First Lady Michelle Obama to her husband, Bill Clinton, to campaign on her behalf, and she's building a strong ground operation.

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