Mitt Romney drew more than 1,100 people to a grassroots rally at McKelvie Intermediate School in Bedford tonight.
In fact, 450 locals were forced into an overflow room, while 650 remained stage front in the cafeteria.
At least 30 of those in attendance were Occupy protesters.
Entering with plastic Romney signs, the OWS clan mixed with the crowd until Romney brought up the economy.
Almost instantaneously, jeers began to ring out from Occupiers throughout the cafeteria, where the event was being held. Just as quickly, pro-Romney cheers drowned out the "Romney kills jobs" and "elections got bought out, voters got sold out" chants.
The candidate engaged one protester, Diane Moxley (click the video to the right), though she was escorted out by police as she attempted to offer her concerns to the former Massachusetts governor.
Bedford Detective Matt Flynn said no arrests were made and all protesters exited without incident.
Protesters outside the event said though they're "Occupying the Primary" they don't want to disturb the democratic process and have no intention of interfering with voting.