NEWARK, N.J. (AP) -- New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is taking his signature town hall events on the road.

The potential Republican presidential contender will be kicking off what his team has dubbed a "Tell it like it is" town hall tour in Londonderry, New Hampshire on April 15.

A spokeswoman for his political action committee says a second town hall will he held on April 17.

Governor Chris Christie, hoilding a town Hall in Kenilworth, N.J. March 31. (Governor's Office/Tim Larsen)

He'll also hold events in Manchester and Newmarket and speak at a New Hampshire GOP-organized summit in Nashua.

The trip will be Christie's first extended swing through the early voting state that is seen a place where his blunt style could play well with voters.

Christie's office says he's held over 130 town hall events during his tenure as governor.

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