HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Pennsylvania Senator Bob Casey is heading to New Hampshire to campaign for Hillary Clinton ahead of that state’s first-in-the-nation primary on Tuesday.

A Casey campaign spokesman said Casey is driving to southern New Hampshire with his wife to lead three get-out-the-vote events Sunday with volunteers near Nashua.

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It’s Casey’s first campaign event in New Hampshire.

Casey endorsed Clinton last April, although he sided with Barack Obama over Clinton in the hard-fought 2008 Democratic presidential primary.

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Casey has served in the Senate with both Clinton and her primary opponent, Bernie Sanders of Vermont.

A Boston Globe/Suffolk University poll released Friday showed Sanders with a lead over Clinton in New Hampshire, though the two are running neck-and-neck nationally.

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