Concord, New Hampshire (CNN) - Concord, New Hampshire (CNN) - A month after a major campaign shake-up, presidential candidate Jon Huntsman has replaced his New Hampshire state director, Ethan Eilon.
Huntsman spokesman Michael Levoff confirmed Sarah Crawford Stewart, a former consultant to Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty's now-defunct presidential campaign, will take over.
"Sarah Crawford Stewart, a seasoned New Hampshire strategist, will be taking over many of the day-to-day responsibilities in her role as New Hampshire senior adviser," Levoff said. "The campaign is very pleased with the leadership team we have in place in New Hampshire."
Stewart has accompanied Huntsman to his campaign events in New Hampshire this week.
The Huntsman campaign underwent a major staff shake-up in July, changing campaign managers to move in a more aggressive direction. The former Utah governor is still struggling in national polls, and has made winning the first-in-the-primary state key to his 2012 strategy.
Eilon joined the nascent campaign this summer. He had previously worked on the senatorial campaign of Ken Buck in Colorado.