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Biden headed to New Hampshire

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Vice President Biden will travel to New Hampshire Wednesday — his third trip to a state with an early 2016 presidential nominating contest this month. 

He will speak about the administration’s economic policies and participate in a roundtable discussion at a community college. The administration has proposed a plan that would pay for two years of community college for active students who maintain a certain grade point average.

{mosads}By the end of February, Biden will have traveled to three of the four states with the earliest presidential nominating contests in 2016 this month alone.

He was in Des Moines, Iowa, earlier this month speaking about the administration’s economic proposals and South Carolina on Wednesday promoting the president’s plan for infrastructure investment.

Though he is not seen as actively building a campaign organization, Biden said last month that “there is a chance” he would run.

In polls of the Democratic field, Biden trails far behind former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, who is likely to launch a White House bid this year.

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