After buying some cheese and root beer, Gen. Clark spoke behind the register of a packed Calef's Country Store in Barrington, N.H., in early January. Although the owner (standing behind Clark) couldn't confirm it, legend has it that no one has won the New Hampshire primary without making a stop at the old store.
Retail politics at its best. Gen. Clark eats lunch on Jan. 11 with supporters at Belmont Restaurant in Manchester, N.H. We've seen him eat quite a few meals, and if the number of times Clark has ordered it is any indication, fish and chips may be his favorite lunch.
After receiving an endorsement from a Native American tribe on Jan. 11, Wesley Clark is in the eye of a press storm in Concord.
Standing around in the snow is a pastime for press during New Hampshire primary season. These photographers are waiting for Gen. Clark to come out of the barbershop in Concord after getting his hair cut on Jan. 11. He eventually emerged, and when he did, with a smile he threw a snowball at some poor reporter.
Clark's press coverage continues to grow. A gaggle of reporters and cameramen wait for Clark to get out of his van to walk down the sidewalk to a Jan. 12 event in Manchester, N.H.
Director of press advance Sunny Gettinger scores points by getting a hungry press corps pizza at the Sheraton Four Points hotel in Manchester, N.H. Even bad pizza is good when you haven't eaten all day.
Morning bag call at the Sheraton Four Points hotel in Manchester. Often press will have to drop off bags early so they can be loaded onto the plane while we cover the candidate at events prior to our departure.
The press files into the plane at Manchester airport. The best part of flying charter is there's no hassle -- no security, no lines and no waiting. Except when you're waiting for Gen. Clark.
Side view of Jan. 12 Clark fundraiser in Dallas. Press can usually get a good view from camera risers in the back of the room, or along the side. Fundraisers are often lit well and give the stage and the candidate a dramatic effect.
At Jan. 12 press conference in Dallas for Rep. Martin Frost's endorsement, Gen. Clark joked he couldn't see who was asking the question because of the bright lights.
Gen. Clark, Eli Segal (campaign manager) and Jamal Simmons (traveling press secretary) share a light moment on flight from Dallas back to Manchester, N.H.