(CNN) - Former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty will be the second potential Republican presidential candidate to participate in a New Hampshire rally in April.
Pawlenty will join former Pennsylvania Sen. Rick Santorum at the "Americans for Prosperity" event on April 15 at the Capitol in Concord, AFP-New Hampshire Director Corey Lewandowki told CNN.
The news, first reported by the New Hampshire Union Leader, is the latest move announced by the possible White House contenders who have traveled extensively to early presidential primary and caucus states.
Lewandowski also confirmed that Pawlenty will join Santorum and potential 2012 candidate Herman Cain at a dinner in Manchester on April 29 honoring Ovide Lamontagne, a Republican Party activist and former New Hampshire Senate and gubernatorial candidate.
In a statement, Lewandowski said the evening will focus on spending and job creation.
- CNN Deputy Political Director Paul Steinhauser contributed to this report