Whether you like or dislike Donald Trump, he's done an impressive job gaining support despite not doing Iowa and New Hampshire as they've always been done.
For decades, candidates visited several gatherings for months at a time.
Voters would get several opportunities to meet them, ask questions and figure if they deserve their support.
After Tuesday, the pace picks up.
It's time for news media and a few, well-placed gatherings as we go to South Carolina, Nevada and then the multitude of March primaries.
What Trump has done well since June becomes the way to woo potential voters.
You know he can plan and hold a rally.
And people will come to see him.
His vote total in New Hampshire may be below his polling numbers.
But he's headed for turf he knows well.