Fresh off a third-place finish in Saturday's Iowa straw poll, Kansas Senator Sam Brownback is moving his Presidential campaign to early primary states.
The Republican hopeful has campaign stops planned in New Hampshire and South Carolina. He started in New Hampshire today, and will speak at a college and tour a business in that state tomorrow. He'll then move on to South Carolina, with events schedule there tomorrow, Wednesday and Thursday.
Brownback finished behind Mitt Romney and Mike Huckabee in Saturday's straw poll. He says he plans to keep his campaign going through the winter.
Brownback plans to distinguish his record by focusing on his foreign-policy experience as a former member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. He says the next president shouldn't need on-the-job training in foreign policy.