CONCORD, N.H. (AP) – Two former governors who want to be president spent Sunday campaigning in New Hampshire.

Former Utah governor Jon Huntsman, who arrived Thursday for a five-day trip, greeted voters at the Alton Fair and Hopkinton State Fair on Sunday, while Mitt Romney was slated to attend a Tea Party Express rally in Concord.

Before that rally, some gathered to protest Romney and support other Republican candidates. Others, however, were there to support the former Massachusetts Governor.

WBZ-TV’s Paul Burton reports.

On Monday, Romney is attending a Labor Day breakfast in Manchester, while Huntsman attends a parade in Milford and picnic in Salem.

Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, who hasn’t said yet whether she is running for president, also will be in the state Monday.

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  1. jaygee says:

    This just goes to show you that a politician will do absolutely anything to get a vote. Romney & the Mad-Hatters of the so-called “Tea Party” have nothing in common and yet he makes an appearance at their inane event. Well Mitt, you may gain a few votes but you will lose more than you think.

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