MANCHESTER, N.H. — President Barack Obama is making a quick stop in New Hampshire the same day his supporters embark on a 24-hour tour around the state.

Obama, who last visited the state in early September, is speaking at a rally Thursday in Manchester’s Veterans Park. On Thursday evening, his supporters will set out from his campaign office in Concord for a tour they’re calling “Around the Clock for Barack.”

They’ll be visiting campaign offices, college campuses, diners and businesses in all 10 counties in a 24-hour period starting at 5 p.m.

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