Sen. Lindsey Graham told Alan Colmes Tuesday he will do "weddings, funerals, bar mitzvahs" if that is what it takes to win the GOP nomination in New Hampshire.

"[Sen. John] McCain just endorsed me this past week. He won there twice so I'm doing weddings, funerals, bar mitzvahs," Graham joked.

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The U.S. senator from South Carolina said his current campaign goal is to show viability outside of his homestate.

"If I do well in New Hampshire, I will win my home state. I'll be the hometown guy coming back with momentum and be seen as a viable candidate," said Graham, currently ranked 13th on the Washington Examiner's power rankings list.

Graham did not answer Colmes' question about a date he would potentially drop out by, but he did say he was surprised by Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal's decision on Tuesday to suspend his campaign.