Gov. Chris Christie will be on the campaign trail again Sunday when he travels to New Hampshire for a second time to speak in support of Republican presidential frontrunner Mitt Romney.
The governor will appear with Romney at what is billed as a Grassroots Rally at 6 p.m. in the high school in Exeter.
Romney, who won the Iowa Republican Caucus by eight votes Tuesday, campaigned in South Carolina Thursday before turning his attention to New Hampshire where the first presidential primary election will be held next Tuesday.
Christie endorsed Romney in October and has made five campaign appearances for the former Massachusetts governor. Christie made three campaign stops in Iowa for Romney on Dec. 30. It was his second visit to the Hawkeye on behalf of the candidate. The governor has also campaigned for Romney in Florida.