A presidential campaign office is a busy place on any given day, but when primary election day hits, it's an electric frenzy.
Hillary Clinton may have lost the primary election in New Hampshire, but she had volunteers out in full force pushing for her on gameday.
Back in Iowa, we checked out a Bernie Sanders campaign office. In Nashua, New Hampshire, we stopped in a Clinton office. This is what it was like.
You can find the office on the town's main street by looking for the Clinton-clad windows.
Once inside, you sign in and volunteers direct you where you need to go.
Many volunteers are out walking door-to-door trying to convince people to vote for Hillary. When you come back inside, you give your stats -- how many doors you knocked on and voters who said they'd vote -- that kind of thing.
News crews are inside on election day, catching all the action.
A campaign leader gives a brief training for volunteers and asks if someone can come pay for the pizza that was just delivered by the guy next to him.
Speaking of pizza, there are tons of snacks available for volunteers.
And "artisanal" water.
Signs on the wall remind you of Hillary's values and why you're going out in the cold to talk to strangers.
The office is packed with people on election day, coming and going to get out the vote.
Volunteers hand out packets to those who will go door-to-door.
Signs remind everyone who's doing what. Volunteers are also on phones calling up potential voters.
A sign at the front window calls for drivers to honk if they're for Hillary.
Before you go walking outside, grab a hand warmer -- it is damn cold in New Hampshire.
And right before you leave, you get a reminder of why all these people are putting in this work.
There are plenty of reasons to get involved in politics. What's your reason?