Texas Congressman Ron Paul finished second in the New Hampshire Primary, behind former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney, and ahead of former Utah Gov. Jon Hunstman. Newt Gingrich and Rick Santorum both said their campaigns would continue after New Hampshire despite finishing below the top three.

The entire field looked like this:

• Romney: 40%
• Paul: 23%
• Huntsman: 17%
• Gingrich: 10%
• Santorum: 9%
• Perry: 1%

Paul said even though he came in second place, New Hampshire was a victory for his campaign.

"There was another victory tonight. [Mitt Romney] had a victory, but we have had a victory for the cause of liberty tonight," Paul told supporters. "There is no doubt that this whole effort that we are involved in will not go unnoticed let me tell you. The intellectual revolution that is going on now to restore liberty in this country is well on its way and there is no way they are going to stop the momentum that we have started."

YNN Political Reporter Alana Rocha has been following the Paul campaign and was in the room for his post-primary speech. She said Paul supporters are fired up.

Paul is now looking toward South Carolina. He has said he will not campaign in Florida, instead moving on to the February caucus states after Jan. 21. An email sent out from the Paul campaign right after his second place finish was announced asks for campaign contributions for the “South Carolina Money Bomb.”

You can watch all of Congressman Paul’s speech in the video below.

The Associated Press contributed to this report.