Working on a campaign can require putting in some long hours.  Ordering pizza or other takeout food is common.  Most campaign headquarters have a food area and a refrigerator to help keep staff and volunteers going.  Your intrepid reporter has delved into some of the campaigns' refrigerators looking for clues to campaign strategy.

Oct. 9, 2011--Ron Paul headquarters in Concord, NH.  The refrigerator has lots of water, what appears to be a some kind of energy drink, some leftover rice in a carryout container, and something else in the lower corner.  In the freezer are Tofutti Cuties ice cream sandwiches (mint chocolate chip), Gardenburger® veggie burgers (sun-dried tomato basil), an Amy's cheese pizza pocket sandwich, and an unidentified box.

Oct. 10, 2011--Buddy Roemer headquarters in Manchester, NH.  The box has leftover cake from the headquarters opening on Oct. 4, and there are lots of canned sodas and bottled water.

Oct. 10 and 13, 2011--Mitt Romney headquarters in Manchester, NH.  A bucket of lollipops on the literature table out front helps to sweeten the message.  Lots of snacks and a coffee-maker in the back.

Oct. 13, 2011--Jon Huntsman headquarters in Manchester, NH.  Among the items in the refrigerator are a bottle of Windy Ridge Orchard pumpkin butter that Huntsman received at Grafton Republican Committee's dinner in Plymouth on the Oct. 10, some very tempting looking cheese cake, a bottle of lemon juice and a partial bottle of Coca-Cola®.