Obama Rally Sold Out in New Hampshire

Barack Obama today ended the last section of his latest tour with a sold out town hall style meeting at the University of New Hampshire in Durham. Thousands again gathered to hear his campaign message about restoring hope, and providing better leadership in Washington.

But Obama didn't just do the traditional stage managed rally - he also did a street walk, meeting and greeting locals in the style they have become accustomed to in the Granite State. And he also attended a house party, with about 60 activists.

New Hampshire has had a busy long weekend, with Hillary Clinton wrapping up her tour last night. And this is just the beginning.

Obama will tonight head to Washington as the Senate reconvenes, but later in the week will head to South Carolina to continue his campaign. He then heads to Virgina, and on to California and Texas next week.