MILFORD, New Hampshire (CNN) - The snowbanks line the roads, dotted with signs of the season.
Rudy. Hillary. Romney. McCain. Mark Klein.
He is one of the quadrennial fringe candidates, spending time and money campaigning and, like so many before him, approaching voters and reporters saying "I could pull off a big surprise here."
He approaches a CNN correspondent in Milford on Sunday near the site of a Mitt Romney event.
Klein described himself as a retired psychiatrist from Oakland CA.
"It was either buy a new Mercedes or run for president, so I am running for president," Klein said as he handed over a campaign brochure.
"This country is going down the tubes you know. We need an adult in the White House. And the country could use a national shrink."
–CNN Chief National Correspondent John King