Rob Portman heading to New Hampshire

Greg Nash

Sen. Rob PortmanRob PortmanJuan Williams: Electoral map looks grim for Trump McConnell touts 'Senate squad' in Wes Anderson-style video Liberal super-PAC hits Johnson for supporting Trump MORE (R-Ohio) is heading to New Hampshire, a move likely to set off renewed rounds of speculation about whether he might be eyeing a presidential run.

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Portman will speak at Saint Anselm College's "politics and eggs" breakfast on Aug. 26, a traditional stop for many candidates over the years.

The National Republican Senatorial Committee vice chairman will also stump for former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown (R), boosting his bid against Sen. Jeanne Shaheen Jeanne ShaheenSenators to Obama: Make 'timely' call on Afghan troops levels Overnight Defense: Pentagon denies troops on Syrian front lines | Senators push for more Afghan visas Senators push to authorize 4,000 more visas for Afghans MORE (D-N.H.), according to The Columbus Dispatch.

Portman also has scheduled trips to Colorado and Montana to help boost Rep. Cory GardnerCory GardnerTen senators ask FCC to delay box plan Lawmakers unveil bills to speed up airport wait times Overnight Defense: Pentagon chief fears sequestration's return MORE (R-Colo.) against Sen. Mark UdallMark UdallEnergy issues roil race for Senate Unable to ban Internet gambling, lawmakers try for moratorium Two vulnerable senators lack challengers for 2016 MORE (D-Colo.) and to help Rep. Steve Daines (R-Mont.), the favorite to win the state's open Senate seat.

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