MADISON, Wis. (AP) — Gov. Scott Walker plans a dozen stops during his first visit to New Hampshire this weekend. Walker arrives in the early presidential voting state on Friday and is headlining a state Republican Party event on Saturday. Walker’s political committee Our American Revival says he plans to meet with Republican leaders, grassroots activists, state lawmakers and members of the New Hampshire business community. Walker has planned meetings with former Gov. John H. Sununu, Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas, and former Massachusetts Sen. Scott Brown. Next week Walker heads to South Carolina for a two-day swing that will take him to four cities. That is also his first trip there as he takes steps toward a likely presidential run.