MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) – Texas Gov. Rick Perry is continuing to reach out to New Hampshire Republicans as he considers another presidential campaign.READ MORE: UNT Hands No. 15 UTSA Crushing Defeat, Dashing Perfect Season Dreams
Perry, who spoke to Republican audiences in Concord, Sunapee and Hanover on Sunday, has stops scheduled in Manchester and Keene on Monday.
He finished sixth in New Hampshire’s first-in-the-nation presidential primary in 2012, and was at the bottom of the list among five potential 2016 candidates included in an exit poll conducted for The Associated Press and the television networks last week.
Perry was indicted in August on charges of abuse of official power and coercion of a public servant. He calls the indictment a “political witch hunt.”READ MORE: States Debate Whether Or Not To Drop 'Dehumanizing' Terms For Immigrants
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