Buttons have always been a way to show your support for, or opposition to, a candidate. Here is a selection of the best ones from New Hampshire.
A selection of buttons supporting Mitt Romney for president in Rochester.(JIM COLE/AP)
Callista Gingrich stands behind a board of buttons supporting her husband, presidential hopeful Newt Gingrich.(CHARLES DHARAPAK/AP)
According to these buttons, an aversion to taxation and being the life of the party go hand in hand.(Liz Lynch)
A man displays buttons supporting Ron Paul and denouncing President Obama in Nashua, before Paul's arrival for a campaign rally.(CHARLES KRUPA/AP)
A button supporting Rick Santorum highlights his unique fashion sense.(Liz Lynch)
President Obama remained a significant topic in New Hampshire ahead of Tuesday's primary.(Liz Lynch)