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DOVER, N.H. (AP) – Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry is wrapping up a two-day trip to New Hampshire as he continues to consider another run for president.

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Perry, who dropped out of the 2012 race shortly after finishing sixth in New Hampshire’s Republican primary, is speaking at the Strafford County Lincoln Day Dinner on Thursday night in Dover. On Wednesday, he met with a dozen business owners in Bedford and spoke at the Seacoast Republican Women’s dinner in Portsmouth.

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Perry said he won’t make a decision about a 2016 campaign until May or June. He says he learned key lessons last time: Get in early, and spend plenty of time in early-voting states like New Hampshire, Iowa and South Carolina.

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