Mimicking Iowa trip, Hillary Clinton books first New Hampshire swing

 Hillary Clinton looks on during a roundtable discussion with members of the small business community on April 15, 2015, in Norwalk, Iowa.

(CNN)Hillary Clinton's newly-minted presidential campaign will head to New Hampshire on Monday and Tuesday, according to campaign aides.

The trip to the first-in-the-nation primary state will come just days after the former secretary of state finished a three-day swing through Iowa, a visit, aides said, that would be remarkably similar to her New Hampshire trip.
Clinton will headline multiple roundtables with students, educators and employees of a New Hampshire small business during the trip, according to campaign aides. She will also hold private meetings with Democratic activists in the state, as well as elected officials and community leaders, where Clinton will ask for their support in the critical primary.
New Hampshire Democrats have a long history of supporting not just Hillary Clinton, but her husband Bill Clinton, too. When the little known Clinton finished second in New Hampshire's 1992 primary, news outlets dubbed the president the "Comeback Kid," a moniker all the way to the White House.
    And after Hillary Clinton finished an abysmal third in Iowa's 2008 caucus -- behind then-Sen. Barack Obama and Sen. John Edwards -- the former first lady came into New Hampshire and won.
      "I come tonight with a full heart," Clinton said at a Manchester rally celebrating her win. "Over the last week, I have listened to you, and in the process I found my own voice."
      Clinton's New Hampshire swing also cements her campaigns "go small" strategy. Clinton's roundtables in Iowa included no more than 25 people outside of the candidate, her staff and the media. That strategy will be recreated in New Hampshire.