Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton will be back in New Hampshire next week, and this time she’ll campaign with Senator Elizabeth Warren.

Clinton and Warren will be in the state for a joint appearance on Monday, according to the campaign.

Both Clinton and her rival, Republican Donald Trump, have made frequent stops in the Granite State as polls continue to show a tight race. The former secretary of state appeared with Senator Bernie Sanders in September, and in July, she received Sanders’ endorsement in Portsmouth during an event ahead of the Democratic convention.

Warren, who rallied for Clinton in New Hampshire last month, has been among the high-profile surrogates Clinton has dispatched to make her case to voters. First lady Michelle Obama gave a widely-shared speech in Manchester last week, while her husband, former President Bill Clinton, stopped in Keene on Monday.


Trump, meanwhile, has made at least four visits to New Hampshire over the last month.

Last week, a pair of polls showed Clinton with a small edge over Trump in the state: A UMass Lowell/7 News poll released Thursday gave her a six-point lead, while a Friday WBUR/MassINC poll showed her topping Trump by four points, which was within the margin of error.