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Joe Biden is heading to New Hampshire, his third early-voting state in as many weeks

Vice President Joe Biden speaks during a visit to the Port of Charleston's terminal in Mount Pleasant, S.C., Wednesday, Feb. 18, 2015. (AP Photo/Post and Courier, Chris Hanclosky)
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We called it.

Vice President Joe Biden will travel to New Hampshire next week, according to a travel advisory from the White House, his third visit to an early-voting primary state in as many weeks.

The vice president visited South Carolina Wednesday to discuss infrastructure investments in a trip that didn’t exactly resemble a campaign stop, but didn't not resemble one either. And last week Biden met with activists and political leaders in Iowa while discussing education.

In New Hampshire next week, Biden will deliver a speech in Concord on economic policy before heading to Manchester to speak at a community college.

Even though his recent itinerary may have a decidedly 2016-ish flavor, the vice president has said that he will not announce whether or not he will run for president until sometime this summer.