On the bright side,
Jr., the candidate whose poll numbers languished in the low single digits for most of the campaign, hit the high teens when real people finally got to vote in New Hampshire on Tuesday. On the dimmer side, that was only good enough for third place.
The man who has no chance of winning the Republican nomination for president,
, did much better, taking nearly a quarter of the votes. And the man who is most likely to walk away with the nomination,
, garnered more than a third. Still, Huntsman expressed satisfaction with the result and declared, "We go south from here."