Rep. Pete King returns to New Hampshire

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Rep. Pete King's presidential testing of the waters is back on after a brief hiatus.

The Seaford Republican congressman said today he will travel to Concord, New Hampshire on Dec. 16 to give a couple of speeches and take a meeting or two.

During the one-day trip, King said he will speak to the Eastern Region of the National Troopers Coalition at about 1 p.m., and then at about 5:15 p.m. he'll be the principle speaker at a meeting of New Hampshire's GOP state representatives.

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He said he'll also have an early lunch with former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney's friend and adviser Tom Raft.



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