(CNN) - Louisiana Gov. and potential 2016 Republican presidential contender Bobby Jindal is heading to New Hampshire next month.
Jindal is scheduled to give the keynote address to the Northeast Republican Leadership Conference on March 14. CNN has also confirmed that while in the Granite State, he'll speak at The PLUS Company’s Wild Irish breakfast, an event that raises funds for the empowerment of individuals with developmental disabilities, and which brings together political and community leaders for a St.Patrick’s Day thumbed comedy roast.
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This is Jindal's second visit in the past year to New Hampshire, which holds the first primary in the presidential primary and caucus calendar. He spoke last year at a fundraiser in Manchester for the state Senate Republican caucus.
Later this month Jindal will speak in Chicago at an event for the Illinois Republican party.
And the Republican Leadership Conference announced Thursday that Jindal will speak at their gathering this May in New Orleans. The RLC has served as a major cattle call for GOP White House hopefuls in past presidential cycles.
The two-term Louisiana governor spent some quality time on the presidential campaign trail in 2012 as a leading surrogate for GOP nominee Mitt Romney.
WMUR in New Hampshire was first to report on Jindal's trip to the Granite State.
CNN's Paul Steinhauser, Mark Preston and Steve Brusk contributed to this report