Apparently, Hillary Clinton's New Hampshire campaign headquarters is becoming "the place to be."
Today it was reported that Clinton spokeswoman Kathleen Strand will be receiving from additional help and a veteran Democratic operative has finished reviewing the Clemons GOTV operation.
The Chicago Tribune's Jill Zuckman is reporting that Doug Hatthaway will be lending a helping hand to Clinton's New Hampshire press shop.
Hatthaway is a former New Hampshire spokesman for Al Gore's 2000 campaign and is an advisor to Jeanne Shaheen.
Hatthaway told Zuckman that he will be doing "anything I can to help during the crunch time. There's a lot to do."
This report follows news that legendary Democratic campaign operative Michael Whouley has finished a review of Clinton's Granite State field operation.
Earlier this week, Marc Ambinder wrote that the "field organization put together by state director Nick Clemons, apparently passed Whouley's bow-to-stern inspection."