New Hampshire Republicans have been busy this weekend. After choosing former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney as its leading presidential candidate for 2012, the state’s GOP elected a Tea Party activist as its leader—rejecting the Establishment-backed candidate, and continuing the anti-government momentum that propelled Tea Partiers to power in November. The winner, former gubernatorial candidate Jack Kimball, vowed to “send Barack Obama packing.” "We are in a war and we are going to win it," Kimball said. "We are going after the Democrats the whole time." Kimball beat out businesswoman Juliana Bergeron.