U.S. Sen. Cory Booker will make stops in North Carolina and New Hampshire this weekend.
On Friday, the presidential candidate will participate in a roundtable discussion on gun violence in Charlotte, North Carolina.
On Monday, Booker unveiled a 14-part gun control plan that would require all gun owners to be licensed. The plan also includes a series of other reforms, such as bans on high-capacity magazines and assault-style weapons.
Booker will be in New Hampshire Saturday, Sunday and Monday.
On Saturday, the senator will attend a house party in Keene.
On Sunday, he will deliver a commencement address at Southern New Hampshire University in Manchester.
He’ll follow that event with meet and greets in Laconia and Littleton and a town-hall style event in Berlin.
Booker will hold another town-hall style event late Monday morning in Concord.