U.S. Sen. Lindsey Graham will make his first stop in New Hampshire next week since announcing he is testing the waters for a possible 2016 White House run.
The Seneca Republican is scheduled to speak at the Bedford Village Inn in Bedford at 8 a.m. Monday as part of the "Politics and Eggs" series, organized by the New England Council and the New Hampshire Institute of Politics.
On his visit to the early presidential primary state, Graham also will meet privately with potential supporters, a spokesman with his 2016 exploratory committee said.
Graham has plans to return to New Hampshire on March 17 to speak at a breakfast event.
Graham will travel to New Hampshire Sunday after spending the weekend at the Iowa Agriculture Summit, where he is a guest speaker.
The senator's Iowa trip will be his second since setting up a committee, called "Security through Strength," to explore his 2016 potential. Graham says he will decide by May whether to pursue the GOP nomination.