U.S. Congressman Thaddeus McCotter from Michigan is in New Hampshire this weekend.
He’s one of several Republican presidential candidates campaigning in the state that traditionally holds one of the nation’s first primaries.
McCotter finished at the bottom of last weekend’s Iowa straw poll, getting just 35 votes out of more than 16,000.
But he says Iowa was just an introduction, and he’s not discouraged.
“We’ve had many people that have been running much longer, some on their second time, and they’ve spent millions of dollars, and they’re actually declining in the polls," McCotter says. "In fact, we’ve already seen one drop out. So after a month of not spending a million dollars, I think there’s room to grow.”
McCotter says he’ll focus on how to restructure the economy, and on China, which he calls a strategic threat to U.S. prosperity.