While New Hampshire's Michael Dennehy says no specific role has been determined, three sources knowledgeable to the situation say that Dennehy will again serve in the capacity as national political director to John McCain's presidential campaign.
"No specific titles were mentioned, but Senator McCain asked me to help fill some holes and I will gladly help," Dennehy said in an interview early Thursday evening.
That said, the UnionLeader.com quoted Dennehy later Thursday night saying he had indeed accepted that job.
It is an odd turn of events. Dennehy had already been the national political director for McCain. He moved his family to Washington, D.C. earlier in the year to work out of the national headquarters. He stepped down from that role weeks ago and was preparing to move back to Concord. His replacement resigned this week amidst a campaign shake-up.
McCain will visit New Hampshire Friday and Saturday.