Ron Paul has never been one to mince words.
Today, while making a brief appearance at Bedford High School, the town's designated polling station, Paul said he'd be happy with second place given Mitt Romney's continued strong showing in Granite State polls.
Of course, he was quick to acknowledge that in the New Hampshire's first-in-the-nation primary, anything's possible.
He added that while he hopes to make a difference in the country, the fact that his message is resonating with the American people is equally important.
See the complete interview by clicking the video on the right, and follow Patch tonight for complete coverage as the voting results around the state are revealed.