WINDHAM, N.H. (CBS) — In an unexpected upset, Ted Cruz won in Iowa.

Now, he’s hoping to take that raucus caucus energy to the idyllic farm towns of the Granite State.

“We will continue to campaign the same way,” said Cruz. “Sitting down person to person, leader to leader, VFW hall to Dunkin’ Donuts, returning to the great state of New Hampshire.”

While Cruz’s camp rallies at a church in Windham, Donald Trump will meet supporters in Milford. Trump still leads the New Hampshire polls, but that was also true in Iowa before the caucus.

“We finished second, and I want to tell you something, I’m just honored,” Trump said Monday night in Iowa.

Marco Rubio gained ground too, coming in a close third.

Other Republicans have been in New Hampshire for days–they know there’s ground to be gained here, as many voters are still undecided.

And in this state that doesn’t abide by party lines, it’s really anyone’s race.