MANCHESTER, N.H. (WWLP) - Hundreds of people packed Moe Joe's Diner in Manchester to see GOP candidate, Rep. Ron Paul.
Most of the people there to see him were members of the media from around the world.
You can see from the video, that the crowd became rowdy at times as a large number of people crowded the diner, trying to snap pictures.
Paul finished third in the Iowa Caucuses and has consistently been polling in second place in New Hampshire.
The Texas congressman's candidacy has attracted a loyal following, especially among young and libertarian-leaning voters. Paul has proposed cutting or eliminating government funding to many programs, including aid for home heating oil; a major issue in New England states. 22News tried to ask Paul about his position on this issue, but he did not respond to our questions.
22News reporters Laura Hutchinson, Ryan Walsh, and Christine Lee are on the road following the candidates in New Hampshire, and will have the latest on-air and here on WWLP.com.