ST. PAUL, Minn.—Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty is packing in three fundraisers for Republican candidates in New Hampshire, his fourth stop there since drawing presidential buzz.
Pawlenty arrived late Wednesday in the Granite State, which holds the opening primary in presidential nominating contests.
He was scheduled to host a breakfast and evening fundraiser Thursday for gubernatorial candidate John Stephen. In between he was appearing at a fundraising luncheon for GOP congressional candidate Frank Guinta. He is due back in Minnesota by Friday morning.
Pawlenty has said he is "open" to a White House run but won't declare his intentions until early next year.